• Bill Evans – The Banjo In America

    The banjo has lengthy origins dating all the way back to the 1870s. Since the 1990s, banjoist Bill Evans has concisely presented this history in a solo performance titled The Banjo In America, giving audiences a taste of numerous banjo

  • Mandolin Originals with Scott Napier

    Need one last Christmas present or stocking stuffer for the mandolin player in your life? Consider Scott Napier’s recently released instructional DVD, Mandolin Originals with Scott Napier. Napier, the longtime mandolin player for the Lost and Found and one of the

  • How To Write A Banjo Concerto comes to VOD

    Finally! The 2014 film How To Write A Banjo Concerto, which follows Béla Fleck through the process of conceiving and composing The Imposter, is being released to video on demand. Starting tomorrow, April 21, viewers will be able to watch

  • The Hayloft Gang, the Story of the National Barn Dance

    This terrific documentary aired on PBS in 2011. Producer Stephen Parrys Hayloft Gang Productions now offers it for sale at www.hayloftgang.com. It includes never-before-seen footage of pre-WWII country music. Although Chicago's WLS National Barn Dance isn't known for bluegrass, it