• Bluegrass Blog authors – hometown heroes

    Your humble authors of Bluegrass Today are featured in a profile in today's edition of The Roanoke Times, our hometown newspaper. It was written by Ralph Berrier, one-time features writer for the paper, more recently on sabbatical, and now preparing

  • Off to Beantown

    One half of your dutiful Bluegrass Blog editorial staff will be away all of next week. I am leaving this morning for Boston, where I will be until next Friday afternoon. I will post some news while I'm away, but will

  • John Lawless featured on Sirius

    My fellow blog author, John Lawless, will be featured Sunday evening (3/12) on Sirius Satellite Radio's bluegrass channel 65. He'll be interviewed by Sirius on-air host Ned Luberecki, and they will also spin a number of tracks from John's CD,

  • We’re back!

    Our apologies to anyone who was unable to reach Bluegrass Today early on Monday morning. Our server was down for about two and a half hours (5:14 to 7:46 EST), but is back up and fully operational now.

  • Guest Contributors

    A while back I told you we would start introducing some guest contributors to Bluegrass Today. Well, the time has come to start making introductions. I'll be getting married this coming Saturday (17th) and will be gone for a while.

  • Guest Contributors

    You may have noticed that yesterday's post Darren Beachley to Join Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver was written by Kip Martin. Kip has been a member of Darren's band for some time and we felt his first hand reporting on the

  • Conflict of interest?

    The question of conflict of interest has arisen with regard to the the fact the authors of Bluegrass Today also operate businesses that market products and services to the bluegrass community. Please be assured that we will always pass along