• The Lonesome Blues hits for Shannon Slaughter

    Tomorrow is the official release date for a new single from Alabama bluegrass singer/songwriter Shannon Slaughter, the first from his next album, one called The Lonesome Blues. Originally from Florida, Shannon lived for a time in Virginia while attending college, during

  • Good at Gone from Appalachian Smoke

    Western North Carolina's Appalachian Smoke has a debut single this month, Good at Gone, the first since their recent deal with Mountain Fever Records, a contract that resulted from the strength of their independently produced Colder Side of Love project

  • Stones drops for Breakin’ Strings

    Maine's Breakin' Strings is another bluegrass act starting out 2024 with a new single. It's one written and sung by guitarist Cliff Gelina called Stones, with harmony from his sister, Amanda. The two siblings grew up in bluegrass, performing with The

  • John Holder departs Balsam Range

    John Holder at a Balsam Range show - photo © Mike Duncan After 10 years, John Holder is stepping down as full time sound man for Balsam Range.  "After much deliberation and prayer, I made a decision to turn in my notice

  • It’s Time To Go Home from JigJam

    Irish grassers JigJam have a new single today, a lovely waltz time ballad called Time To Go Home, played in a style they call iGrass. The song, written by lead singer and guitarist Jamie McKeogh, explores a side of Irish culture

  • Silence drops for Katelyn Ingardia

    Talented South Carolina bluegrass singer and songwriter Katelyn Ingardia, lead vocalist for Backline, has released a new single today from her solo project, one she wrote with Louis Hughes called Silence. The song is about the big empty space in your