• Lost Voices – Tim Stafford & Thomm Jutz

    If left only to the talents of producer/singer/songwriter/guitarist Thomm Jutz and Grammy and IBMA winning guitarist, writer, and vocalist Tim Stafford, Lost Voices would seem an auspicious enough effort. Yet given the additional contributions from Tammy Rogers on fiddle, go-to

  • What I Know Now – Steve Bruce

    Steve Bruce, Lead Pastor at Faith Way Assembly Of God in LaFollette, Tennessee, relies on more than faith to make his music potent. Bruce, a banjo player that possesses tremendous skills on his instrument of choice, enlisted two of the

  • Darkest Hour – The Gibson Brothers

    To say the boys from the North did it again with their latest offering, Darkest Hour, would be an understatement. No, this time they bettered their already pure sound to give a gift well worthy of our playlists. Having teamed up

  • Snow White Memories – Irene Kelley

    Unlike the title of the album and the cover photo suggests, Snow White Memories from singer/songwriter Irene Kelley is not a holiday album, but a contemporary bluegrass recording filled with gorgeous original material from start to finish. The opening track, Wild Mountain Stream, contains lots

  • Hold On – Frank Solivan & Dirty Kitchen

    With seven albums to his credit, both on his own and with others, Frank Solivan and his band Dirty Kitchen — Solivan (vocals, mandolin, guitar, violin), Mike Munford (banjo), Chris Luquette (guitar), and Jeremy Middleton (bass) — have ascended to

  • Lowdown Hoedown – Jason Carter

    Bluegrass is one of the few musical genres where sidemen receive recognition amongst its fanbase. From its earliest years, enthusiasts revered the playing of supporting musicians such as Paul Warren, Josh Graves, and George Shuffler among others. In modern times,

  • Into the Wild Mystic Mountain – Charlie Treat

    Charlie Treat’s rural upbringing in New England obviously left an indelible impression on him, given his reverence for timeless music gleaned from a traditional tapestry. Treat cites Woody Guthrie, Hank Williams, Bill Monroe, and Flatt & Scruggs as primary influences,

  • Lost & Alone – Junior Sisk

    Junior Sisk has long since proven his prowess as one of the most credible and creative voice in the current bluegrass continuum. After all, he's been making music since the age of 14 and opening original material since the early