• Ray Deaton passes

    Ray Deaton, the original and long time bassist and bass singer with IIIrd Tyme Out, died earlier today. He was 66 years of age. Prior to helping create IIIrd Tyme Out, Ray had been a member of Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver,

  • Nashville Jam Camp launches November 2019

    The folks at Nashville Acoustic Camps, who already host ten bluegrass and old time music instructional camps throughout the year, have added a new one for for this fall. The brainchild of noted instructors Megan Lynch and Adam Chowning, a husband-and-wife

  • Carolina Blue to East Public Relations

    Carolina Blue, the five-piece traditional bluegrass group from Brevard, NC, have announced a new partnership with East Public Relations. The band has been together for 12 years now, but has really exploded this past few years since signing with Pinecastle Records.Their

  • Jacob Metz to Clay Hess Band

    Just two weeks ago we were telling you about Jacob Metz, a young banjo player studying in the bluegrass program at ETSU, and how he had been awarded a scholarship by the Appalachian Cultural Music Association in Kingsport, TN. Now we

  • Roving Gambler from Glen Duncan

    Folks around bluegrass have known Glen Duncan for years, mostly as one of the top fiddlers in the business. He is a former Blue Grass Boy, and has recorded with almost everyone in Nashville - Earl Scruggs, The Osborne Brothers,