• The Lil Smokies are Going To California

    The Lil Smokies have released another single in their SnowGhost series of grassed up covers, this time taking on perhaps the most commercially successful rock band of the 20th century, Led Zeppelin. Going To California first appeared on the 1971 project,

  • Midwest Banjo Camp hits the 15 year mark

    The Midwest Banjo Camp, held on the campus of Olivet College in Olivet, Michigan will host their 15th annual event this June 6-9. A variety of instructional tracks are available, which include both old time and bluegrass banjo, plus 19th century

  • Daniel Hardin back to Becky Buller Band

    If it's still January, we must not be finished with all the comings and goings of bluegrass band members that regularly occurs this time of year. Today's announcement is a happy one for members of The Becky Buller Band, who welcome

  • On Time from Colebrook Road

    Mountain Fever Records has released a debut single from their upcoming project with Colebrook Road. This will be the third album for the Pennsylvania quintet, and their first with Mountain Fever. Like many new bands, the Road spent time their first

  • The Hard Way from Dale Ann Bradley

    Pinecastle Records has released a single for the title track of Dale Ann Bradley's upcoming album, The Hard Way, ahead of its anticipated March street date. The actual name of the song is Hard Way Every Time, written and recorded by

  • Second Cup Of Coffee from Chris Roberts

    Rural Rhythm Records and Engelhardt Music Group have another single coming from their upcoming album by Chris Roberts. This time it's one from that venerated bluegrass songwriter, Gordon Lightfoot, who has spent an entire career providing songs for grassers, without ever

  • Adam Steffey is back – with Volume Five!

    With the announced departure of Colby Laney as guitarist with Volume Five, the band has announced a couple of big changes. Jacob Burleson will switch from mandolin to guitar, and the band will welcome the big daddy, Adam Steffey, into the

  • Les Sears passes

    Popular Virginia bluegrass personality and radio host Les Sears passed away on January 15 during the Yee Haw Music Festival in Okeechobee, FL. He was 70 years of age. Les was beloved by the bluegrass community - artists, festival attendees, promoters, and