• Morning Shift – Steep Canyon Rangers

    Whenever a band has a shift in membership, it’s generally bound to have some sort of impact, either for better or for worse. Steep Canyon Rangers haven’t been immune to that particular situation, but fortunately, they’ve managed to emerge without

  • School Project – Cory Walker

    Cory Walker has made a name for himself as one of Nashville's most accomplished banjoists. Working with numerous artists such as Sierra Hull, The Dillards, Ricky Skaggs, Kix Brooks, and currently East Nash Grass, Cory has always been surrounded by

  • Bluegrass – Willie Nelson

    There's practically no single genre that Willie Nelson hasn't engaged with over the course of his 60 plus year career, so it's hardly surprising that he'd venture into bluegrass, a style that suits his music both effortlessly and effectively. Consequently,

  • Solid Butter – The Cleverlys

    The Cleverlys have carved a unique path for themselves. Not only do they present the music of pop culture with bluegrass backing, but they do so with a comedic flair. Their third full length album, Solid Butter, is another collection of pop

  • California Morning – Rachel Anne Goodman

    Rachel Anne Goodman is a sensitive soul, a fact that becomes instantly apparent courtesy of the gentle strains of I Still Do, the first track on her sumptuous debut LP, California Morning. Goodman's delicate demeanor illuminates each of these offerings,

  • Last Chance To Win – East Nash Grass

    What began as a house band for Dee's Country Cocktail Lounge in East Nashville has grown into one of the most exciting ensembles in bluegrass music today. Made up of industry veterans, East Nash Grass' sophomore album, Last Chance to Win on

  • Sweet Rain – Painted Mandolin

    A group comprised of four music veterans, Painted Mandolin is the brainchild of singer, and mandolin, fiddle, and hand and mouth percussionist Joe Craven, a onetime member of the Garcia/Grisman Band whose additional credits include work with Stephane Grappelli and

  • Kentucky for Me – Dale Ann Bradley

    Dale Ann Bradley’s career has taken her many places since she burst onto the bluegrass scene with her 1997 debut album, East Kentucky, and her new album, Kentucky for Me, comes full circle to remind us that her heart has

  • Self Titled – Jeremy Rilko

    Jeremy Rilko’s initial interest in the banjo, and bluegrass music in general, began after four years in the Air Force, followed by a subsequent stint at Western Michigan University. Between his studies, he found time to attend various bluegrass festivals,

  • Wanderer – Darren Nicholson

    Since leaving the award winning Balsam Range in 2022, Darren Nicholson has shifted his solo career into high gear. His latest release, Wanderer, on Mountain Home Music is an eight song EP, capturing his dynamic abilities as a singer and songwriter. Arkansas Without