• Alegria – FlamenGrass

    Ask the average aficionado with an expressed affinity for flamenco or for bluegrass, and chances are, most will dismiss any similarity between the two. Granted, both demand an advanced level of instrumental dexterity, but given their disparate origins, any other

  • Hair & Hide – George Jackson

    The combination of the fiddle and the banjo is one of the world's oldest musical traditions, dating back before the beginning of the Civil War. On Hair & Hide, fiddler George Jackson digs deeper into this tradition by presenting a

  • Big Storm – Pretty Little Goat

    Hailing from the highlands of North Carolina, the euphemistically named Pretty Little Goat — Josh Carter (mandolin, vocals), J.T. Linville (bass, vocals), Jackson Dulaney (dobro, lap steel), Mallory Carter (washboard, kick drum, vocals), Owen Grooms (banjo, vocals), plus honorary member

  • Hard Life – Derek Johnson

    Recording and producing an album has its own set of challenges. With the rise of COVID and the global shutdown that occurred nearly two years ago, there were even greater obstacles to making a successful project. Derek Johnson guitarist with

  • Lost Soul/Rock & Roll – Joshua Rilko

    Joshua Rilko, a founder and former member of the band Lindsay Lou  & the Flatbellys, as well as the one-time mandolin player/tour manager for Sierra Ferrell's Long Time Coming tour, makes his solo debut with an eleven song album that's divided

  • Mandolin Camp North celebrates successful return

    Don Stiernberg and Joe K Walsh sunning themselves at Mandolin Camp North - photo by Kelly Stockwell Music Camps North, located at Prindle Pond Conference Center in Charlton, Massachusetts, came roaring back to life April 22-24 with Mandolin Camp North. Attendance was

  • Brothersville – Doug Flowers Band

    Doug Flowers has contributed his talents as a sideman to several different artists such as Betty Fisher, Little Roy & Lizzy, and Clinton Gregory. Although Flowers has released a few solo projects over the last few years, Brothersville marks the