• My Ozark Mountain Home — The Petersens

    There’s something to be said about family bands, as evidenced by the success that was seen by the Jacksons, the Cowsills, the Osmonds, the Nelsons, and any number of sterling sibling combos in pop music history. It's certainly not out

  • North Carolina Breakdown – Cary Moskovitz

    While there have been several recordings based around interpretations of old time tunes on the harmonica, Cary Moskovitz from Chapel Hill, NC takes it a step further. North Carolina Breakdown is a collection of instrumental pieces that are played on the free-reed

  • Brightest of Days – Sicard Hollow

    It's interesting how bluegrass music often becomes a destination rather than a point of origin. Interesting, but hardly surprising, given the fact that its populist precepts find common ground with so many bands that were weaned on the likes of

  • The American Fiddler – Andy Leftwich

    Andy Leftwich needs no introduction for bluegrass lovers. For over fifteen years he served as a fiddler for Ricky Skaggs & Kentucky Thunder and has appeared on countless recordings with other artists as a session musician. The American Fiddler, Leftwich's third

  • Closer Than I’ve Ever Been – Daniel Crabtree

    Most bluegrass Gospel recordings tend to go in one of two directions. They either contain bluegrass renditions of classic hymns or they're a mixture of familiar spirituals with some original material to round it out. Daniel Crabtree's latest gospel release,

  • Jared Rabin — Chasing The Light

    Produced, recorded, and mixed by the artist entirely on his own, Chasing the Light, a new independent release from Jared Rabin, is another fine example of his ability to mine great material from a bluegrass template, while also gleaning a compelling set

  • Walk On Faith – The King James Boys

    Since 1994 The King James Boys have spread the gospel message through the sounds of traditional bluegrass music. Their latest release, Walk On Faith, shows the group's masterful combination of styles along with strong original material. The album's title cut, Walk On Faith, written by

  • Apple & Setser – Apple & Setser

    Apple & Setser — a duo consisting of Brad Apple and Pam Setser — have officially been a pair since 2017, although they’ve played music together on and off for 30 years. Each started out in a family band, but of the