• Kyrie Eleison drops from Love Canon

    One of the most fascinating aspects of the contemporary bluegrass scene is the segmentation that has occurred organically over the years. People come to the music on many paths, and can sample the wide variety of sounds on offer, settling

  • Churchmen on Gospel Music Showcase tomorrow

    The Churchmen will bring their bluegrass Gospel sound to the Daystar network's Gospel Music Showcase this Saturday, June 2, at 2:30 p.m. (EDT). The half hour show is hosted weekly by Guy Penrod of Gaither Vocal Band fame. Look for The Churchmen

  • More money for IBMA in Raleigh extension

    IBMA and Raleigh have been very good for each other since they started working together on World of Bluegrass in 2013, so it doesn’t come as a surprise that the relation is being extended for three years. The conference’s move from

  • 3 more years for World of Bluegrass in Raleigh

    As expected, the International Bluegrass Music Association and the City of Raleigh, NC, jointly announced this morning that they had extended their agreement to host the organization's annual convention, World Of Bluegrass, in Raleigh for three more years. The Raleigh Convention

  • How Far video from Sugar & The Mint

    Just Past Midnight is the name of the new album from Sugar & The Mint, a young string band from Prescott, AZ who effectively blend a pop music sensibility with the instruments associated more with a bluegrass group. They range

  • Happy Memorial Day!

    Bluegrass Today would like to wish all of our American readers a happy Memorial Day! We hope you are able to spend some time with your family to enjoy the day, and reflect a bit about the many sacrifices borne

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