• Huber Workhorse – a review

    When Steve Huber introduced his new Workhorse banjo model in 2014, it immediately called Mike Rowe to mind - the guy who's made a living on TV extolling the virtues of hard work and dirty jobs. The ones that society

  • Cody Shuler’s solo project

    Bryson City, North Carolina’s Cody Shuler first made his mark in bluegrass with traditionally-based band Pine Mountain Railroad, although his earliest experience was playing mandolin for Raymond Fairchild at the age of 15. His most recent release, a self-titled album

  • Places I’ve Been – Gold Heart

    Had you been thinking, "I wonder what happened to Gold Heart?" I know I had when I ran into them at the IBMA's World Of Bluegrass convention last September in Raleigh. Tori Gold, the eldest of the three singing Gold sisters

  • Chantilly Farm 2015

    Most bluegrass fans know Floyd, Virginia for its prominence on the Crooked Road music trail, the weekly music shows held at the Floyd Country Store, and for one of the greatest places on earth to buy music, County Sales. However,

  • Alive! In Concert – Dailey & Vincent

    The latest release from the Cracker Barrel series of country, bluegrass, and Christian albums is also Dailey & Vincent’s first live album. Alive! In Concert is a fifteen-track collection recorded at the Hylton Performing Arts Center in Manassas, Virginia. The