• Trouble To Blame from The Earl Brothers

    The Earl Brothers is a California-based acoustic quartet who perform original music in a primitive bluegrass, or Stanley-influenced mountain style. The sound is intentionally sparse and a bit on the lonesome side, and sure to appeal to fans of the

  • Win a copy of Red Letter Day

    The Gibson Brothers new CD Red Letter Day is soon to be released. It hits the streets on the 24th of this month. We'll be bringing you some more information, as well as a GrassCast interview with Eric Gibson, in

  • Gena Britt temporarily with Carolina Road Band

    The Carolina Road Band is currently going through some personnel changes. Gena Britt and her husband Tim Tew have joined the band for the first part of 2006. Lorraine Jordan tells us: Gena and her husband Tim have agreed to join

  • Gibson Brothers Journal

    While not exactly a blog, the Gibson Brothers have a journal on their site that is updated as they have time to write from the road. Yesterday I noticed that Eric had posted an interesting entry about songwriting. Here's an

  • Jimmy Gaudreau CD on CMH in March

    March 16, 2006 has been set as the CD release date for a unique retrospective project on CMH Records from Jimmy Gaudreau. Entitled In Good Company, the CD is a mix of new and re-issue tracks, both live and studio

  • Eric Gibson online chat

    Eric Gibson of The Gibson Brothers will be taking part in an online chat session this evening (1/10) from 8:00-9:00 p.m. on The Bluegrass Guide web site. Eric will be discussing their upcoming CD, Red Letter Day, on Sugar Hill

  • Dr. Banjo’s 2006 Jam Camps

    Pete Wernick, aka Dr. Banjo, has announced a total of ten bluegrass jam camps during 2006. These camps are designed specifically to help new pickers - or inexperienced jammers - learn how to fit in and contribute to a bluegrass