• Portraits in Fiddles – Mike Barnett

    Although ostensibly an example of fiddle finesse — and a lavish one at that — Mike Barnett’s Portraits In Fiddles is more akin to a well organzied superstar jam, with notables such as Divid Grisman, Tim O’Brien, Bryan Sutton, Michael

  • Beneath the Open Sky – Nefesh Mountain

    While it’s generally considered an indigineous American musical art form, albeit one originally derived from the Irish and Scottish immigrants who arrived on these shores in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, bluegrass has never been the exclusive realm

  • Pimpgrass – Tennessee Jed

    Lest anyone dare forget, bluegrass music has a soul of its own. Granted, it differs from what’s normally associated with the standard rhythm n’ blues, although the same fervor can be found in the sweep and strum of banjos, fiddles

  • Rise – Molly Tuttle

    Given her recent kudos by the IBMA as the first woman to win their award for Guitar Player of the Year, and kudos for Song of the Year at the recent Folk Alliance International confab in Kansas City, Molly Tuttle

  • Crepe Paper Heart – Becky Buller

    I have a problem with Becky Buller. There I said it. My problem: After a couple of earlier reviews of Becky’s music, I’m running out of adjectives to describe her latest Dark Shadow Recording project, Crepe Paper Heart. How many ways are

  • G7 Heritage capo – reworked for 2018

    We heard recently from the good folks with G7 capos, a British company that has made tremendous strides in capo design this past few years. Their Heritage model was reviewed here when it was introduced in 2016, and they wanted

  • 40th Annual Everglades Festival

    The 40th Annual Everglades Bluegrass Festival took place during the first weekend of March in North Miami Beach, Florida. Flatt Lonesome and Junior Sisk & Rambler’s Choice headlined the festival, and did not disappoint. Tellico, a four piece band out

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