• Wonderland – Ben James

    Ben James has made quite an impressive name for himself in the last few years. Beginning as a member of the final configuration of Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver, James and his clear high tenor voice would go on to join

  • A Tentative Debut — Mild Goose Chase

    Mils Goose Chase, i.e, Scott Peters and Sam Amos, are a unique acoustic duo. Aside from their singing, their sole means of musical support comes from Amos on guitar and banjo, and Peters contributing cello and mandocello. While such a

  • If It Wasn’t For Longing – Serene Green

    Pennsylvania boasts a rich history within bluegrass music. Del McCoury, Bob Paisley, Gloria Belle Flickinger, and Tom Adams are just a few that have come from the Keystone State. Although Serene Green hasn't been around nearly as long as the

  • Blessed Every Day – Jeremiah Gilmer

    Young Richmond, VA musical prodigy Jeremiah Gilmer has released an all gospel Appalachian-style worship album, Blessed Every Day. The project features 12 songs; seven originals penned by Gilmer (including the title track), four traditional songs, and one Don Reno number,

  • bloom – Sprig of That

    Comprised of Isabel Dammann on fiddle, Krisys Bergmark on tabla, and Ilan Blanck on guitar, the trio that refers to itself as Sprig of That takes a decidedly exotic approach to their rootsy regimen, one that finds them infusing their

  • Far Afield – Miles Zurawell

    Alberta native Miles Zurawell is a multi-instrumentalist and composer of instrumental acoustic music. Now making his home in British Columbia, Canada, his debut album Far Afield is a diverse collection of tunes within the modern and traditional canon. The opening medley, Battle of Cedar

  • Billy The Kid – Billy Droze

    There’s a reason why Billy Droze is one of the most respected musicians in bluegrass today. Music has been his motivating force as far back as he can remember. A son of the south who was born in Lafayette, Louisiana

  • Self Titled – Carl Bentley

    Carl Bentley has about as authentic of an origin story as a bluegrass musician could want. Growing up in McDowell, Kentucky, Bentley was first inspired to pursue music after hearing a young Keith Whitley singing lead on a Ralph Stanley