• Dailey & Vincent’s Brothers of the Highway

    It's been over four years since bluegrass superstars, Dailey & Vincent have released a "regular" album. That doesn't, however, mean they've been dormant. Since 2009's Brothers From Different Mothers, their last bluegrass album for Rounder Records, they have released three

  • It’s Just A Road – The Boxcars

    It’s difficult to name a band that is more all-around talented than The Boxcars. Band members have numerous IBMA and Grammy Awards and have shared the stage with most of the top names in bluegrass. Their first two releases as

  • Milestones: Legends of the Watson Clan

    For fans of traditional music, 2012 was a sad year, with bluegrass, folk, and other acoustic genres all losing notable figures. Several of these artists, such as Earl Scruggs, have recently been remembered with tribute albums and collections of their

  • Frank Solivan On The Edge

    For a couple of years now, Frank Solivan has been like a Triple AAA baseball phenom, extremely talented and just one lucky break away from getting to the major leagues and staying there. Each CD he put out was better than

  • Steve Martin and Edie Brickell Team Up

    Back in the late 1950s and early 1960s, Steve Lawrence and Eydie Gorme were household names and stars on television and in popular music. Now there’s a new Steve and Edie – Steve Martin and Edie Brickell -- teaming up

  • Born Bad – Tina Adair Band

    What have you done for me lately? There may be no more cynically accurate expression that describes the music business. All of the entertainment business, actually. Industry, media and fans all respond to 'what's new,' without necessarily meaning to ignore the rest.