• Folk For Little Folk – Gordie MacKeeman

    Canadian fiddler, Gordie MacKeeman (also known by the stage name, Crazylegs due to his style of dancing) has released the first volume of Folk For Little Folk. Though the recording is primarily intended for a children's audience, MacKeeman has approached

  • Family & Friends – Shawn Lane

    A favorite voice for many in the bluegrass world is Shawn Lane, whose instantly recognizable vocals have graced a multitude of top tracks from Blue Highway, as well as several hits under his own name. While lots of bluegrass male

  • Moxie and Mettle – Balsam Range

    It's fairly obvious that bluegrass is a crowded field these days. New bands, old bands, solo performers and varied ensembles — all compete for attention and, in the process, make music that really matters Balsam Range is right up there with

  • My Bluegrass Heart – Béla Fleck

    After a career that's taken him from abject grassicana with the New Grass Revival to jazz, fusion, funk, classical, and world music alike, Béla Fleck returns to his first love with his first fully realized bluegrass album in some 20

  • Up All Night – The Grascals

    There's something to be said for any group that's been around seventeen years while accumulating ten albums and earning ongoing acclaim and enough awards to fill even the largest trophy shelf. So credit The Grascals with having done just that,

  • Self titled – Bobby & Teddi Cyrus

    Bobby & Teddi Cyrus can claim a genuine connection, not only to each other, but to their families and faith as well. Both grew up in households that were immersed in music and, thankfully, it was that upbringing that brought

  • On A Saturday Night – J.M. Clifford

    When the COVID-19 pandemic began in 2020, it proved to be a deeply challenging time for many around the globe. For musical artists, the ensuing lockdown became a fruitful time, creatively speaking. This was especially true for Brooklyn based singer/songwriter,

  • Cold Rain and Snow – Jared Rabin

    Jared Rabin's connection to music started early in life, at age five specifically. His initial influences were weaned from his granddad, a first chair violinist for the Chicago Symphony. However, his interest quickly accelerated, leading him to become not only