• Front and Center – Sideline

    Album title aside, the highly acclaimed North Carolina combo dubbed Sideline take an unassuming stance with their latest effort, a set of songs that offers an ideal example of bluegrass at its best. It says something that this six piece ensemble

  • Long Ago – Jim and Lynna Woolsey

    The aptly titled Long Ago is a celebration of sorts, one that marks the union of two talented bluegrass practitioners who have not only remained faithful to the form throughout their married life, but also well before. According to Jim

  • Benny’s TV Repair – Irene Kelley

    Chances are you knew Irene Kelley’s work before you knew her as an artist. That’s because her original songs have been recorded by everyone from Alan Jackson, Loretta Lynn, and Trisha Yearwood to Ricky Skaggs & Sharon White and Pure

  • The Dowdy Brothers debut release

    The name Dowdy has long been associated with hardline, traditional bluegrass. Brothers Victor and Robert Dowdy helmed southwest Virginia’s Bluegrass Brothers for many years, and Victor’s sons Steven and Donald have been part of the band more recently. Now, Steven

  • Still Delivering – The RFD Boys

    There’s something to be said for longevity, especially in today’s transient world. Fads come and go, musical tastes seem to change on a daily basis, and any definitions meant to determine a specific style of music seem to fluctuate with

  • The Rail – Scott Slay

    Taking the name of his new band from the title of his debut album, Scott Slay makes an impressive bow with The Rail, 13 easily accessible songs that effectively affirm his gift for composition and craft. A veteran of the

  • The Way These Things Go – FY5

    After three previous albums, the Colorado based band that refers to itself as FY5 — the “F” and”Y” refer to the last names of the group's two principals, singer, guitarist and songwriter Mike Finders, and bassist, vocalist Erin Youngberg —