• Better Days A Coming from Dave Adkins

    Mountain Fever Records has released the first single from their next project with bluegrass powerhouse, Dave Adkins. Previous singles from Dave have spent time at #1 in both our Bluegrass and Gospel charts here at Bluegrass Today. For this debut single,

  • Nothing But Sky from Unspoken Tradition

    Mountain Home Music Company has released a new single from Unspoken Tradition, the opening track from their 2019 album, Myths We Tell Our Young. It's a song written by Ed Williams, which Unspoken Tradition's guitarist and lead vocalist Audie McGinnis says

  • Language Of The Heart from Jeff Brown

    Turnberry Records has released a new single from Jeff Brown & Still Lonesome, which will be included on their upcoming album. It's a new song from Rick Lang and John Weisberger called Language Of The Heart, a smooth, mid-tempo number that

  • Austin Hefflefinger to Nu-Blu

    Nu-Blu has made a serious commitment to the youth movement in bluegrass music by bringing 14 year old banjo picker, Austin Hefflefinger, into the band. Though he may be young, Austin is already an accomplished musician, having been recognized as the Maryland

  • Introducing The Gina Furtado Project

    Following on the news last week that Gina Furtado would be leaving Chris Jones & The Night Drivers comes the announcement of her own performing outfit, The Gina Furtado Project. They will be touring in support of Gina's recordings, and the new

  • Broke Down in Arkansas from Missy Armstrong

    It looks like Missy Armstrong is back, at least to the bluegrass radio world. The incandescent songbird has been a true bright light in the bluegrass world of late, appearing with the Michigan-based Detour for several years, before stepping aside

  • Daryl Mosley to depart The Farm Hands

    The Farm Hands have announced the imminent departure of bass player and vocalist, Daryl Mosley. After touring with the band this past 9 years, Daryl has decided that it is time for him to dedicate himself more to songwriting than performing.

  • Eileen Carson Schatz passes

    Eileen Carson, co-founder of the Fiddle Puppet Cloggers and founder and director of Footworks Percussive Dance Ensemble, died on July 10 following a lengthy struggle with pancreatic cancer. She was 66 years of age. Not only did Eileen get to know and work

  • Band Of Ruhks to Rebel Records

    Rebel Records has announced the signing of bluegrass supergroup, Band Of Ruhks, to the Charlottesville, VA-based label. A new project from the group, their second as a unit, is expected this fall. Band Of Ruhks is a reunion of sorts, featuring