• Like a Flowing River – James Reams

    James Reams' reputation as an auteur devoted to bluegrass and other traditional American musical forms is well established. Known to many as the "Ambassador of Bluegrass," he's plied his skills for the better part of the past 35 years. He’s

  • The Freightliners in Eustis, FL

    Alistair McCubbin with the Freighliners at "Dam" Smoker BBQ in Eustis, FL - photo © Bill Warren We had crossed paths with The Freightliners a couple years ago in Wintergarden, Florida, and caught up with them again in Eustis, Florida on Sunday

  • The Lonesome Season – Andrew Crawford

    Andrew Crawford bills himself as "a career guitarist, instructor, singer, songwriter, and producer from South Carolina." But in truth, he's more than that. In addition to the time he's spent  touring, teaching and recording, he's also shared stages and studios

  • Harlan County – Natalie Tomlinson

    Natalie Tomlinson is a young fiddler from southeastern Kentucky. For the last few years she has performed as a member of Sunrise Ridge, and just recently joined the cast of the Hatfield McCoy Dinner Feud in Pigeon Forge, TN. Her

  • Stress Dreams – Greensky Bluegrass

    Confronted by the problems and perils brought on by the pandemic and all the other issues that they and everyone else have been forced to deal with recently, Greensky Bluegrass' aptly named opus, Stress Dreams, manages to find hope in

  • YeeHaw Music Fest 2022

    The Friday show at YeeHaw kicked off with two Florida bands. The first – Sandy Back Porch – is from the Orlando area. They give a mix of bluegrass and traditional country music. They can be seen on many venues

  • Thursday at the 2022 YeeHaw Music Fest

    The Farm Hands at the 2022 YeeHaw Music Fest - photo © Bill Warren The 2022 YeeHaw Music Fest kicked off on Thursday at the Okeechobee Agri-Civic Center. This is an Evans Media Source festival, produced and promoted by Ernie and

  • Borrowed Time – Joe Troop

    Best known up until now as the banjo player and chief provocateur for the band Che Apalache, Joe Troop took heart with the arrival of 2021, thanks to the election of a new president and hope that a series of