• What I’m For from Dave Adkins

    Billy Blue Records is starting out the new year with a powerful single from Dave Adkins, an anthemic statement song called What I'm For. Coming from songwriting veterans Marc Beeson and Allen Shamblin, it shares a series of things and people

  • New faces with Route 3

    The next time you catch Missouri grassers Route 3, you'll see a different look. Bass man Doug Clifton tells us that he and guitarist Jason Jordan have brought two new members into the group. Janice Martin Houk has joined the band

  • Rylan Rissler to Stoney Creek Bluegrass Band

    West Virginia's Stoney Creek Bluegrass Band has decided to go five piece, moving long time banjo picker Troy Stangle to reso-guitar, and bringing 17 year old Rylan Rissler aboard on the five string. Rylan lives in south central Pennsylvania, and has

  • Ghost of a Love from Missy Raines

    Compass Records has a new single for Missy Raines, the third from her upcoming full length project, Highlander. In something of a "Back To The Future" move, the record finds Missy returning to her earliest days in the music business,

  • He Loves Me Not from Caroline Owens

    Caroline Owens may be the fastest rising new artist in bluegrass, delighting listeners and audiences with her ear-catching vocals and enchanting southern charm. Her label, Skyline Records, has released a new single today, He Loves Me Not, a lonely love song

  • Bill Evans and Alan Munde touring together

    Great news for banjo players and lovers on the east coast! Two fine practitioners of the five string banjo, Bill Evans and Alan Munde, will be embarking on a two-week tour throughout the central and southeastern US. Hitting ten cities, the

  • Rhapsody in Blue(grass) from Béla Fleck

    We shared the news last month that five string banjo maestro Béla Fleck was set to release a new album that explored the music of 20th century American composer George Gershwin, most prominently his masterwork, Rhapsody in Blue. Béla tackles