• Big Spring – Kevin Buckley

    A Midwesterner who's well adept at fiddle and old time music spawned from the Ozark Mountains in particular, Kevin Buckley shares a solo debut that reflects both his verve and versatility. He personally describes Big Spring as a celebration of

  • Tennessee Moon – Mark Whitt

    Ohio native Mark Whitt specializes in the sounds of traditional bluegrass music. It's reflected in all of his studio projects, especially his latest, Tennessee Moon. Though all the material on Tennessee Moon utilizes full band arrangements, there are only three musicians

  • Cosmic Banjo – Michael Johnathon

    As anyone even vaguely familiar with the instrument will tell you, the banjo had its origins in Africa long before it became synonymous with bluegrass and other forms of folk music. Nevertheless, the indelible imprint it's made on esoteric American

  • Somewhere Beyond – Breaking Grass

    With a 14 year history that’s found them releasing six well-received recordings, Breaking Grass — currently consisting of Jody Elmore (banjo, harmony vocals), Cody Farrar (guitar, lead vocals, harmony vocals), Britt Sheffield (bass, harmony vocals), Tyler Wrote (fiddle), and Zach

  • Timeless – Magnolia Drive

    Magnolia Drive has been entertaining audiences around the Southeast and Midwest for over ten years. Their sophomore release, Timeless, from Mountain Fever Records, demonstrates the traditional, yet slightly contemporary sound the band has become recognized for. This Mississippi-based group consists of the same

  • Calling You From My Mountain – Peter Rowan

    Borne from previous years flush with uncertainty and strife, Peter Rowan's remarkable new album, Calling You From My Mountain, on Rebel Records, finds the legendary bluegrass standard-bearer and erstwhile musical pioneer touching on topics that deal pointedly with today's troubling circumstances.