• Rabbi John

    Not long ago I discovered a band that caught my attention. Rabbi John is a New Timey (their term) band from the UK. The quartet describe themselves as a fusion of bluegrass, folk, and old time music all tied together

  • Gibson Brothers return to Songwriter Chat

    Eric and Leigh Gibson will return to The Bluegrass Guide's Songwriter Chat on Monday, May 14 at 8:00 p.m. (EDT). This online chat forum is hosted monthly by Rick Lang, and is designed to give songwriters an opportunity to interact with

  • Wayne Benson returns to IIIrd Tyme Out

    IIIrd Tyme Out has just announced that mandolin player Wayne Benson will be returning to the band later this month. Wayne was in the band from 1992 to 2004. After leaving the band in 2004, Benson joined The John Cowan

  • Carrie Hassler videos online

    Rural Rhythm Records has posted two music video performances and a video bio from Carrie Hassler & Hard Rain, featuring special guest Jim VanCleve on fiddle. The videos (also available on YouTube) are for two tracks from her self-titled debut CD,

  • Two new digital reissues from Rebel

    Rebel Records has reissued two more bluegrass classics as download only releases, available only from eMusic and iTunes. Both were originally released on LP in the early-to-mid 1970s. Folks these days know Ricky Skaggs as a successful band leader, vocalist and

  • Woodshop – new from Marshall & Anger

    The latest release from Mike Marshall & Darol Anger, Woodshop, is released today on Adventure Music. In addition to Anger on violins and Marshall on mandolins and guitar, the new project also features Phil Aaberg on piano, Aaron Johnston on percussion,

  • Infamous Stringdusters on YouTube

    There is a new video from The Infamous Stringdusters up on YouTube. It was shot by Craig Havighurst while the band was touring in Colorado in April, and shows them doing an in-studio performance of Can't Get You Out Of My