• Tennessee Senate honors On Top Of Old Smoky

    The State Senate of Tennessee has been plenty busy this month sharing congratulations with bluegrass and old time music artists. In addition to this morning's proclamation honoring The Farm Hands, they issued a resolution earlier in April celebrating the award

  • Hillbilly Gypsies announce new members

    The Hillbilly Gypsies, an eclectic bluegrass outfit from Morantown, WV, has announced a couple of new members. One is back for a return engagement, and the other is a new member. The band is pleased to welcome back former bass player

  • Hillbilly Heroes from Hammertowne

    Kentucky's Hammertowne has released a debut single in advance of their next project for Mountain Fever Records. It's the title track from Hillbilly Heroes, written by the band's guitarists, Dave Carroll and Scott Tackett. Scott sings the song that tells about

  • O’Neill’s for mandolin from Mel Bay

    For more than one hundred years now, O'Neill's Music of Ireland has served as a definitive source for lovers of traditional Irish folk music, at least the instrumental dance tunes that have survived to this day. Ever since its first

  • Redhead Express signs with SSM Nashville

    Redhead Express, a quartet of bluegrass singing sisters, has just signed with SSM Nashville Records. The girls, all now proper young ladies, have been playing and singing together since they were wee lasses, and it looks like their hard work

  • Shortnin’ Bread from Dale Perry

    Dale Perry has been working in bluegrass since the late 1980s when he toured with Lonesome River Band on banjo. Over the next 30 years he has played bass with Doyle Lawson and Dale Ann Bradley, then banjo with Doyle

  • Richard Leigh Songwriting Contest

    There are a number of ways for songwriters to get their songs into the hands of artists these days. From demo tapes to writers’ nights at local cafes, many folks have tried it all. However, something that seems to have

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