• Mike Compton, Mandolinist…Blogger

    Another bluegrass blog to bring to your attention. This time it's a blog by mandolin great Mike Compton. Mike has his own online journal featured on his website. He writes about what's happening in his life as a professional bluegrass

  • The Grascals featured in Country Weekly

    There is a feature story in the current issue of Country Weekly (October 24), on stands this week, titled "The Grascals Take Manhattan." It describes their trip to the Big Apple to open for Dolly Parton at Radio City Music

  • Olde Surber Station Radio Blog

    John started this with his post about Butch Robins' blog. Here's another bluegrass related blog. Jack Lewis hosts an internet bluegrass radio show titled: Bluegrass and Old Time Music Radio Show. Olde Surber Station Radio is a Live365.com network radio station... ...The show

  • AKUS on Austin City Limits tonight

    Alison Krauss & Union Station will make their fifth appearance on Austin City Limits tonight, Oct. 15. For local air times and stations go here and the follow the Local Schedule link on the right.

  • The Grascals to perform on Opry tonight

    Emerging Artist Of The Year nominee The Grascals are performing this evening at the Bill Monroe Bluegrass Celebration as part of the Grand Ole Opry 80th anniversary party. As part of their set, The Grascals are proud to join a longstanding

  • Butch Robins, banjo picker… and blogger!

    Well known banjo player, former Bluegrass Boy, and now successful autobiographer Butch Robins has joined the blogosphere. His new blog is called The Cyber-Journal of Joseph Calvin "Butch" Robins, and is subtitled "The Thoughts Of An Itinerant Banjo Player." Much

  • Video of Vassar in the studio

    And speaking of Vassar Clements... Ampersand Records has made some video footage of Vassar in the studio available on their web site. It is a fairly large file, but does offer a memorable glimpse of a master at work. This

  • High Ground on Bluegrassradio.org

    We just received a note from Rick Altis with High Ground, noting that they have been selected as the Artist Of The Month on BluegrassRadio.org. Previous recipients of this distinction include Valerie Smith and Blue Moon Rising. Audio samples are available