• David Murph passes

    It is with a sad heart that we must report of the passing of Cleveland, North Carolina-based musician David Murph. Unfortunately, David had endured quite a lengthy illness and passed away this morning after having been placed in hospice care

  • 1927 Jubilee seeking artists for new project

    It’s undeniable that the 1927 Bristol Sessions were one of the most influential moments in American popular music history. In recent decades, the songs recorded there have been recognized through several new recordings and re-releases, including the star-studded Orthophonic Joy

  • Bill Bryson passes

    Bill Bryson, well-known west coast-based bass player, passed away on Sunday afternoon, April 30, 2017. He was 70 years old and had been ill for some time. He was a life-long musician, gifted instrumentalist, singer and songwriter, who, following his return

  • Al Jones Sings Again coming soon

    One especially gratifying aspect of bluegrass culture is the way we continue to honor the older members of the community, even as the younger performers generate most of the excitement in the music. A great example is Bobby Osborne, whose

  • Scott Gould passes

    East Tennessee has lost one of its bluegrass heroes, with the unexpected passing of Scott Gould last week at 68 years of age. For many years, Scott had run The Violin and Fiddle School Of Music in Kingsport, TN, where he

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