• When I’m Dead My Dearest from Anthony Howell

    Mississippi bluegrass multi-instrumentalist Anthony Howell has a new single to share this week, a 19th century poem converted to song called When I'm Dead My Dearest. Bluegrass lovers have seen this young picker this past four years playing banjo and mandolin

  • Anthony Howell joins the Edgar Loudermilk Band

    A few weeks ago we shared the news that Anthony Howell was leaving his job with Williamson Branch. The young multi-instrumentalist had essentially launched his professional career with the Williamsons, where he primarily played banjo, but also supported the family

  • Anthony Howell departing Williamson Branch

    Anthony Howell, the talented young multi-instrumentalist playing banjo, mandolin, and guitar with Williamson Branch, has announced that he is leaving the group. For the past several years, Howell has been the only non-Williamson in the Branch, alongside Kevin and Debbie Williamson

  • We Three Kings from Anthony Howell

    Anthony Howell, the talented young banjo player with Williamson Branch, has released a new single for the Noxubee Hills Music Group, his own arrangement of a Christmas classic. Actually, Anthony plays more than just banjo with the Williamsons, taking on guitar

  • Mark’s Reel from Alan Sibley & Anthony Howell

    Here's one for everyone who thinks that young people are abandoning traditional bluegrass. Alan Sibley, noted Mississippi mandolinist, vocalist, and bandleader, has united with Anthony Howell, banjo and mandolin man with Williamson Branch, to record an album of new instrumental music.

  • Anthony Howell to Williamson Branch

    Williamson Branch, the family band consisting of bluegrass veterans Kevin and Debbie Williamson and their three daughters, has announced the addition of Anthony Howell to the group. The 18-year old, recent high school graduate will play banjo, mandolin, and 3-finger