• Stove Up coming from Danny Barnes

    What does it take to get eclectic banjo player Danny Barnes to record an acoustic bluegrass album? Well, awarding him the Steve Martin Prize for Excellence in Banjo and Bluegrass in 2015 doesn't seem to have hurt. In fact, when we

  • What Goes Around from Junior Sisk

    Mountain Fever Records has released a debut single from their upcoming album by Junior Sisk & Rambler's Choice, The Mountains Are Calling Me Home. If you know anything about Junior, you know that this project title comes straight from his heart.

  • Jayme Stone’s Folklife coming in April

    Noted Canadian banjo player/composer Jayme Stone has announced an April 7 release for his next project, Folklife, on Borealis Records. The project is a continuation and extension of his current fascination with the traditional folk music of many cultures, incorporating

  • Kevin Richardson retires from performing

    Kevin Richardson has spent most of his adult life as a bluegrass performer. Whether fronting his own group or assisting established artists on stage, he's spent his career playing the music he loves as a guitarist and a singer. His

  • Bob Shue passes

    Bob Shue, popular North Carolina luthier and instrument repairman, has died. He was 81 years old when he passed on February 1. Known in later years primarily for his hand made mandolins, Bob had also been a performer as a younger

  • On This Day #49 – Charlie Moore

    On this Day … On February 5, 1959, Starday Records purchased the masters for four of Charlie Moore’s religious recordings that were later released on the EP SEP-103. The songs involved were No Grave (Is Gonna Keep This Soul of Mine); Over

  • Danny Jones passes

    Danny Jones, a founding member of the Bluegrass Alliance, who was briefly a Blue Grass Boy in the summer of 1971, and a member of the Roland White band, passed away on Friday, February 3, 2017. He had been battling the

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