• Suzuki method for mandolin coming to Virginia

    The Suzuki Method, well-entrenched among western musicians and educators, was developed roughly 50 years ago by Japanese violinist Shinichi Suzuki. It uses principles to teach music to young children similar to those that are common in most cultures to teach them

  • Kirby Parker, RIP

    Kirby Parker, a two-time president of the Alabama Bluegrass Music Association and widely known ambassador of bluegrass music, died Monday after suffering from ALS. Parker led the Log Cabin Band, named after his home in Leeds, AL, where he hosted a

  • Aynsley Porchak to Carolina Blue

    The dream for every college student - and every parent back home mailing the checks - is to find a job in their field right after graduation. It doesn't always work out that way, but when it does, it's generally

  • Béla Fleck’s inaugural Blue Ridge Banjo Camp

    Banjo legend Béla Fleck has announced his first-ever banjo workshop weekend, the Blue Ridge Banjo Camp, to be held August 15-19th, 2018 at the Brevard Music Center in Brevard, NC. Assisting will be Tony Trischka, Kristin Scott Benson, and Mike Munford. Applications must be

  • ClayBank signs with Mountain Fever

    Mountain Fever Records has announced the signing of ClayBank to the label. The young North Carolina band will produce an album for them in 2018. ClayBank has experienced a meteoric rise in the past year and a half, largely based on

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