• Alan Perdue passes

    Alan Perdue, popular North Carolina bluegrass musician, died yesterday afternoon at the hospital in Chapel Hill. He was 49 years of age, and had been suffering from liver disease. Just last month, fans and friends gathered in Trinity, NC for a concert

  • Chatham County Line covers The Louvin Brothers

    For their next recording project, Chatham County Line, from North Carolina's Triangle region, has decided to reach back and honor some of their biggest influences in the music world. Normally known for the original material, this upcoming album, Sharing The

  • Dale Thomas to Hammertowne

    Personnel changes are one of the few constants in the running of a band, especially where so many musicians perform as a second career. Family and work pressures often make it more difficult to stick with music, but artists and

  • Camp Tunefox launches in May 2019

    Have there ever been so many resources available for people learning to play bluegrass music? Let me tell you, as someone who was following this path in the early 1970s, you were pretty much on your own back then. But

  • Kenny Hudson passes

    Kenny Hudson passed away on February 7. He was only 57 years of age, and died suddenly and unexpectedly in his sleep. Though he wasn't a performer in bluegrass, Kenny contributed a great deal to the music. As a doting father,

  • Track Premiere: She’s Gone by David Grier

    To kick off promotions for his upcoming album, Ways Of The World, Nashville guitar wizard David Grier is previewing a track today, and sharing it with our readers. True to expectations, the new project features plenty of quirky guitar instrumentals, but

  • NewFound Road says farewell in Miamisburg

    Bluegrass and Gospel music stalwarts, NewFound Road, officially said goodbye on January 27 with a final show at the historic Plaza Theatre in Miamisburg, OH. Tim Shelton assembled the original band for this farewell performance, with himself on guitar, Jr. Williams on

  • Duane Estep to Kim Robins & 40 Years Late

    Kim Robins has announced the newest addition to her touring band, 40 Years Late. Duane Estep has joined the group on mandolin and vocals, stepping in for Dewayne Guffey who left the band last month. Duane has been a popular bluegrass picker