• Little Green Footballs and bluegrass

    We found a reference to Jerry Douglas and Alison Krauss on a widely read blog, known primarily for political comment and discussion. The blog has the unlikely name of Little Green Footballs, and it is consistently ranked as a Higher

  • Episode #29 – Alan Munde

    Episode #29 of The GrassCast features an interview with Alan Munde. This interview was recorded last fall at IBMA. Alan is a renowned banjo player and instructor. He currently has his own band, The Alan Munde Gazzette and teaches at

  • Ned Luberecki new morning host on Sirius

    Sirius Satellite Radio has just announced that banjo player Ned Luberecki has assumed full-time host duties on the Sirius Bluegrass channel 65. Previously Ned hosted weekends only, but he can now be heard from 6 am to 12pm ET weekdays

  • worldwidebluegrass.com welcomes new hosts

    Worldwide Bluegrass Radio welcomes two new hosts to their streaming Internet radio station. Arthur Zilkowsky now hosts Bluegrass with the Cosmic Surfer each Saturday from 9:00-11:00 a.m. (eastern). Arthur is a musician, songwriter and proprietor of a Bed & Breakfast in

  • Episode #28 – Jim Mills

    Episode #28 of The GrassCast features an interview with Jim Mills. This interview was recorded last fall at IBMA. Jim is a member of Ricky Skaggs' band Kentucky Thunder. John and Jim discuss banjos old and new, and recording projects

  • Marty Stuart on WNCW

    Dennis Jones just wrote in to tell us that Marty Stuart and His Fabulous Superlatives are going to be on WNCW FM 88.7 live today at 3:00pm. He will be talking about his "Live At The Ryman" disc, history with

  • Claire Lynch on XM’s Studio Series

    Claire Lynch and her fine band spent an hour in the studio with XM Satellite Radio's Kyle Cantrell, recording an interview and some live performance for this week's edition of Kyle's Studio Series program. The show runs on XM's Bluegrass

  • Salt Lake City BITS follow-up

    We posted last week on a Bluegrass In The Schools program in Utah featuring Special Consensus which was previewed by the Salt Lake Tribune. Dan Nailen, the reporter who wrote the pre-event overview, also attended the workshop and concert and

  • Bluegrass Music Month in Mississippi

    Thanks to the efforts of Mississippi's Magnolia State Bluegrass Association, and the staff of the Governor's office, the month of May 2006 has been officially declared to be Bluegrass Music Month in the state of Mississippi. Click on the image below