• Facebook milestone for Bluegrass Today

    From the limited time I have spent on Facebook, I have the impression that reaching 5,000 fans (likes) is something of a major milestone. So, if I understand that properly, Bluegrass Today has some celebrating to do! Our page has been

  • Email This Post

    Our work on the new site design continues. I just became aware that the "Email This Post" feature was not working properly. It has now been fixed and emails are sending as they should be. Many apologies to those who have attempted

  • 50 Years of The New Lost City Ramblers

    Continuing with our Mike Seeger theme today, here is news of a multi-disc retrospective on the recording career of The New Lost City Ramblers. 50 Years: Where Do You Come From? Where Do You Go? was released August 25 by Smithsonian

  • We’re #97!

    Wikio has published their April list of the top 100 music blogs, and there is Bluegrass Today at #97! That's not bad for a bluegrass music site when the rest of the blogs are geared toward pop, rock and rap. Wikio

  • We have our winners

    Thanks to everyone who participated in our "Free Earl Scruggs Tickets" giveaway. We have our two winners now. Tom & Ryan have each won a pair of tickets to the Earl Scruggs and Friends concert in Charlotte, NC on April 11.

  • Win Free Tickets to see Earl Scruggs

    Earl Scruggs is a national treasure. He is one of the greatest musicians in American history, and seeing him live is a thrill. If you are a banjo player it's extra special. Our friend Cindy Baucom of Knee-Deep In Bluegrass, has

  • Happy New Year!

    Happy New Year from all of us at Bluegrass Today! We would like to wish our readers all the best in the new year, while we strive to retain your support of our work online. When you need to make a bluegrass

  • New fiddler for Doyle

    It turns out that the info we got from Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver last week about Alan Johnson returning to the band was only half right. Big Al is indeed taking over the fiddle spot from Brandon Godman, but only on