• Gibson Brothers on WNCW today

    The Gibson Brothers will be featured guests on Goin' Across The Mountain on North Carolina's radio powerhouse, WNCW 88.7 FM, on Saturday, February 4. The show runs from noon to 6:00 p.m. (EST) and be heard over the air in

  • SPBGMA Report – Thursday evening

    This post is a contribution from Dave Roye. Thursday evening was a pretty good turnout considering one of the biggest fundraiser's (Josh Graves) was going on as well as rain! I arrived at 7pm just in time for Heather Berry

  • Episode #14 – Wichita Rutherford

    Here it is, episode #14 of The GrassCast! This week I interview podcasting superstar Wichita Rutherford. Wichita is the guitarist with Van Heffer, whose new CD will be released on Feb 7th. The concept of this CD is delightfully bizarre.

  • SPBGMA this weekend

    We will have a number of correspondents at the 32nd Annual convention of the Society for the Preservation of Bluegrass Music in America (SPBGMA) in Nashville, TN this weekend. Keep an eye on Bluegrass Today for any news or interesting

  • Free Mandolin Tabs from Mike Compton

    Mike Compton, one of the leading Monroe style mandolinists in the world today, has a section of his website devoted to providing free tablature and sheet music to his fans and admirers. Some of the tunes are standards like Billy

  • The Grascals video on VH1 Country

    The Grascals video for "Me and John and Paul" began airing on VH1 Country yesterday, January 30th. We've previously told you about this video here and here. And don't forget we featured an interview discussing the video in last week's episode

  • Van Heffer – The CD

    If any of you have been following the Van Heffer documentary podcasts from Wichita Rutherford, then you may already know that the CD is going to be released on Feb 7th. This may just be a first for a bluegrass

  • Banjo NewsLetter Reader’s Survey

    Banjo NewsLetter subscribers are encouraged to complete the 2006 BNL Reader's Survey online. The survey involves a few dozen questions about subscribers' musical interests, skill level, and length of time studying/playing the banjo, as well as instrument and accessory preferences.

  • Mac Wiseman in Bluegrass Unlimited

    The February edition of Bluegrass Unlimited contains an article that might be of interest about Mac Wiseman. Here's an excerpt to whet your appetite. In the last year or two, as he's rounded the curve of 80, he's recorded as a