• Gaven Largent to Dailey & Vincent

    Those of you who have been wondering what Gaven Largent was going to do with his considerable musical talents after leaving Blue Highway can wonder no longer. It was announced last night that he will be joining Dailey & Vincent on

  • The Cleverlys to Mountain Home

    Mountain Home Music Company has announced that The Cleverlys will be bringing their unique brand of bluegrass comedy to the label. A series of single releases are planned throughout this summer and fall. If you've never seen them live, it's quite

  • Backline to Behind The Mic Entertainment

    Behind The Mic Entertainment has announced their latest signing, bringing Poor Mountain Records artists Backline from South Carolina into the fold. Dawn Mac and her agency will handle booking and publicity services for the band. The young band has found success

  • First Eddie Sanders single, A Train Can Run Two Ways

    Rural Rhythm Records has announced a new partnership with Engelhardt Music Group, with the first fruit being a new single released this week by bluegrass singer/songwriter Eddie Sanders. Working with Adam Engelhardt, a renowned engineer and producer in Nashville, is Glen Duncan,

  • Roland White legacy project for Mountain Home

    Drew Matulich, Jeremy Darrow, Roland White, Ty Gilpin, Jon Weisberger, Gina Clowes, Casey Campbell, and Scott Barnett, in the Crossroads studio (May 2018) Roland White has been active in bluegrass on a professional level since the early 1960s, starting with his

  • I Met The Man drops for Shawn Lane

    Shawn Lane has spent the past quarter century touring with Blue Highway on mandolin and fiddle. His sharp tenor voice is a major part of the band's sound, as are the insightful songs he contributes. But some of his strongest original

  • Justin Moses to Blue Highway

    Blue Highway has announced a personnel change, with Nashville-based multi-instrumentalist Justin Moses stepping in on reso-guitar, replacing Gaven Largent who is leaving the band to focus on his passion for building and repairing resophonic guitars. Justin will serve as only the

  • Blue Sky Boys Live on Patuxent

    Few American artists influenced the development of bluegrass harmony as thoroughly and completely as The Blue Sky Boys. Earl and Bill Bolick performed together for 40 years, applying their church-style singing to both sacred and secular material, leaving a mark

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