• Excelsior – Alan Munde

    Alan Munde needs no introduction in the world of banjo. The American Banjo Hall of Fame member has inspired and taught legions of players through his numerous recordings, instructional materials, and at music workshops nationwide. His latest solo release, Excelsior, gives

  • Paw Paw – Geraldine

     Geraldine, a Baltimore-based bluegrass/oldtime band consisting of Josh Anderson (fiddle, vocals), John Bolten (guitar, vocals), Jocelyn Haverset (bass, vocals), and Jonathan Locke (banjo, fiddle, mandolin, vocals), is a cohesive combo whose devotion to cause appears both natural and inspired. A

  • Fortis – Patrick McAvinue

    It’s been four years since we’ve had a solo release from renowned fiddler, Patrick McAvinue. His newest project, Fortis, is filled with creativity and deftness, both of which sum up McAvinue's style of fiddling. Fortis is an EP containing six songs, half of which

  • City of Gold – Molly Tuttle & Golden Highway

    Molly Tuttle has become one of bluegrass music's greatest forces. As the reigning GRAMMY winner for the Recording Academy's Best Bluegrass Album category, Tuttle continues to win over fans with her enchanting vocals, virtuosic guitar work, and compelling originality as

  • Darryl Mosley — A Life Well Lived

    There's something to be said for maintaining an optimistic attitude. Not surprisingly then, A Life Well Lived, Daryl Mosley's latest on Pinecastle Records, lives up to its title and provides more than a hint of nostalgia and some guaranteed good

  • Uncommon Sky – Rick Faris

    Rick Faris has been increasingly gaining momentum these last few years as one of bluegrass music's premier talents. His third solo release, Uncommon Sky, casts an even greater focus on his compositional abilities, while continuing to demonstrate his masterful vocals and musicianship. The

  • Pay Your Dues – Songs From the Road Band

    Based in Asheville, North Carolina, the birthplace of so many current and essential bluegrass bands, Songs From The Road Band is an exceptional combo in a modern and melodic vein. The band, which consists of Mark Schimick (mandolin), Charles Humphrey

  • Self-titled – Woodbox Heroes

    Any time a new all star configuration arrives on the scene, lots of buzz and excitement tends to generate. This would certainly be the case with the Wood Box Heroes, a newly formed supergroup consisting of some of bluegrass and