• Steve Huber – in the shop full time

    Steve Huber, owner and builder of the popular Huber Banjo line, has stepped back from performing to focus his attention on banjo production, and just played his last show with The Kenny & Amanda Smith Band. Steve expressed a mix

  • Sam Bush records with Garth Brooks

    Sam Bush recently went into the studio with Garth Brooks to record for what is thought to be a new upcoming project from Garth that will be available in Walmart Stores everywhere. Billboard reports that Garth recently inked an exclusive

  • BlueRidge signs with Pinecastle

    Pinecastle Records and BlueRidge have joined forces, with Alan Bibey & Co. signing with the Florida-based label for their next recording, a Gospel project slated for an early 2006 release. In addition to Bibey on mandolin, BlueRidge is made up

  • eFolkMusic downloader

    eFolk Music is a download site that may not be as familiar as some of the big guns in the market, but with a focus on folk and acoustic music, it may be one that readers of Bluegrass Today will

  • Mike Parker joins New River Line

    New River Line is proud to announce that bassest "Mike Parker" has joined N.R.L. as a full time member. Mike's talent is well recognized throughout the bluegrass music arena. Mike, along with his brother Jeff Parker (of the

  • Spaces filling up for UK bluegrass camp

    Though the popular Sore Fingers bluegrass instructional camp in England won't be held until April of 2006, reports are that the slots are rapidly filling up. UK and European bluegrass pickers who want to take advantage of this highly

  • Jim Hurst Bluegrass Band in Ireland

    The Jim Hurst Bluegrass Band is preparing for a ten day tour of Ireland in early October. Traveling with Jim for this tour are Steve Smith on mandolin, Scott Anderson on banjo, and Jim's son Brandon Hurst on bass. Stops