• The Starday Story

    Just as the rock ‘n’ roll era dawned and country music and its off-spring bluegrass music was being overwhelmed by the popularity of this new musical style, a savior appeared in the form of Don Pierce and his recent acquisition,

  • Stages – The Snyder Family

    When I first opened the Snyder Family Band's new CD, titled Stages, before reading the CD jacket and listening to the title cut, the first thought that crossed my mind is that a family band which starts when the children are so

  • Three Tall Pines

    Boston area quartet Three Tall Pines, has just released their second project entitled All That’s Left. It was produced by Avi Salloway and Charlie Rose. They have also enlisted the help of  their friends from Della Mae, Hey Mama, Billy

  • Crowe on the Banjo

    From receiving his first banjo as a Christmas present at the age of 13 to his IBMA Hall of Fame Induction in 2003, very few people have made as big an impact on a musical genre as J.D. Crowe has

  • Big Trouble from The Dang-It Bobbys

    Over the past several decades, the definition of bluegrass has continually expanded from its origins with Bill Monroe and the Bluegrass Boys. The new album Big Trouble from The Dang-It Bobbys, which hit shelves September 20th, further stretches that definition.

  • Family Chain – John Bowman

    Unlike some of the "bandwagon" tribute recordings that it might be suspected are motivated by commercial appeal as much as a heartfelt desire to spotlight the subject of the tribute, John Bowman's new release, Family Chain, is a personal statement of

  • Darin & Brooke Aldridge – So Much In Between

    After listening to Darin & Brooke Aldridge's So Much In Between several times, the thing that most struck me is the many positive messages in their music. It's about love. And who better to sing about that than America's bluegrass sweethearts? What a breath