• Will I Ever Know from Track 145

    Track 145 is a young bluegrass group based in the Sequatchie Valley of middle Tennessee, centered around the singing and songwriting of Audrey Smith. Audrey is the author of their first single, Will I Ever Know, released independently earlier this month.

  • Zack Arnold to Sideline

    North Carolina's Sideline, among the hardest working bluegrass groups in our business, has announced the addition of fellow Tar Heel Zack Arnold to the band. He will play mandolin, taking the spot recently vacated by Troy Boone who wants to

  • Blind Ricky to Lori Lambert Promotions

    Lori Lambert Promotions has announced the signing of Blind Ricky to their talent roster. The band is based in central Kentucky, near Lexington, and take a modern and eclectic approach to their bluegrass sound. Or as Lori puts it, "this isn't

  • Caleb Daugherty Band to Andrea Roberts Agency

    The Andrea Roberts Agency has announced the signing of the Caleb Daugherty Band to her roster of bluegrass artists. Roberts and her team will offer exclusive booking and management service to Caleb and the band. Daugherty is a young bluegrass singer

  • Rearrange My Heart – Che Apalache

    Rearrange My Heart, the astonishing new CD from Che Apalache, is as challenging as it is creative. It challenges assumptions, sometimes head on, sometimes more abstractly. But it does so to an inventive soundtrack, fueled by fiddle and banjo parts

  • Bobby Osborne Jr to The Price Sisters

    The Price Sisters, bluegrass music's traditional singing siblings, announced today that they have brought Bobby Osborne, Jr into the band on bass. Bobby, who sometimes goes by the nickname, Boj, is the son of the great bluegrass superstar with whom he

  • I Can’t Change The Rhyme from Chris Jones

    Mountain Home Music has released another single this week by Chris Jones & The Night Drivers, taken from their current album, The Choosing Road. This time it's one that Jones wrote and delivers with his signature deep baritone voice. I Can’t