• John Lawless featured on Sirius

    My fellow blog author, John Lawless, will be featured Sunday evening (3/12) on Sirius Satellite Radio's bluegrass channel 65. He'll be interviewed by Sirius on-air host Ned Luberecki, and they will also spin a number of tracks from John's CD,

  • Congratulations to Chris Davis

    Chris Davis, mandolinist with Larry Cordle & Lonesome Standard Time, and his wife Rhonda are celebrating the birth of their son. The LST web site reports that mother and child are at home, and doing fine. A baby picture is

  • IBMA Awards Eligible Recordings for 2006

    The diligent staff of the International Bluegrass Music Association is currently assembling their list of eligible recordings for the 2006 IBMA Awards voting. This list is distributed with the first round (nominating) ballot sent to all voting members of the

  • New Doyle Lawson Gospel CD from Crossroads

    Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver recently released a new all-gospel CD, He Lives In Me. Since this week's GrassCast Episode featured an interview with Terry Baucom, who plays banjo in the band, it seems appropriate to bring the CD to your

  • The March Banjo Newsletter

    We just heard from Banjo NewsLetter publisher Donald Nitchie with some details about the March 2006 issue of the magazine - the longest running banjo periodical of its kind. This month we feature an interview with Nashville picker Charlie Cushman, by

  • Lynn Morris at SPBGMA

    The Lynn Morris Band website has some photos of Lynn at last month's SPBGMA Convention in Nashville, where she both performed with the band and accepted the 2006 Grand Masters Gold Award. This award is given to artists who have

  • Mike Compton and David Long – Stomp

    Mike Compton and David Long have teamed up on the new CD STOMP, which is out today. Compton of course is the mandolin player in the Nashville Bluegrass Band and is widely acclaimed for his contributions to the soundtrack, and

  • Special C at work in the studio

    We heard recently from Greg Cahill, our friend and occasional Guest Contributor here on Bluegrass Today, who passed along some details on Special Consensus' activities so far in 2006. Greg tells us that they have recently started work on a