• Bluegrass Blasphemy?

    Not long ago I came across a new blog site called Culture 11. The site's authors say their goal with the site is to provide some perspective on life in America as culturally conservative Americans find themselves facing changing times

  • Alison Krauss video preview on Amazon

    A Hundred Miles or More: Live From The Tracking Room from Alison Krauss won't be released until next Tuesday (11/11), but Amazon has a sneak peek on their site if you can't wait another week. The DVD is the home edition

  • CMA Awards

    The nominees for the 2008 Country Music Awards were announced earlier this week, and there are only two bluegrass-related artists who made the cut. Jerry Douglas is nominated again for Musician Of The Year, and award he has won three times

  • Alison Krauss DVD

    Rounder has announced that they will release A Hundred Miles or More: Live From The Tracking Room featuring Alison Krauss on DVD this fall. This presentation was aired on GAC television last year when Alison's A Hundred Miles Or More: A

  • Dottie Rambo dies in traffic accident

    Gospel singer and songwriter Joyce "Dottie" Rambo was killed early Sunday morning while traveling from Illinois to Texas, when her tour bus encountered severe weather on Interstate 44 in southwest Missouri. The bus ran off the road near the town

  • Free Alison Krauss & Robert Plant Tickets

    Alison Krauss & Robert Plant will be performing a concert in Chattanooga, TN on Wednesday of this week, and our good friend Wichita Rutherford is giving away four tickets to the show. He's giving them away in pairs so there

  • New Krauss/Plant video

    Yeah, yeah...  I know - it's not bluegrass. But a lot of readers here on Bluegrass Today follow Alison Krauss' music wherever it may take her. Sales of her new CD with Robert Plant, Raising Sand, have made it plain that

  • Plant says yes to Alison, no to Led Zepp

    The rock music blogosphere is buzzing with the news that Robert Plant has reportedly turned down the notion of a Led Zeppelin reunion tour, preferring to focus his attention on his newfound musical partnership with Alison Krauss. Their duet CD,