• Hobo Blues drops for Balsam Range

    The summer of singles continues with a new one from Balsam Range. This one is called Hobo Blues, but it's not the one by that same title recorded in '94 by Lonesome River Band. Sung by Balsam Range guitarist Caleb Smith,

  • Mountain Overture – Balsam Range

    Balsam Range have a lot to brag about. In just over a decade, they’ve managed to accumulate a stellar reputation as one of bluegrass’ best hopes, notching up two IBMA Awards in a single year, one for Entertainer of the

  • Balsam Range to Moonstruck Management

    Moonstruck Management has announced today the signing of Balsam Range for exclusive booking and management representation. The band has won an impressive ten awards from the International Bluegrass Music Association since their debut in 2007, taking their name from the

  • Balsam Range Rings In Christmas

    I read a shocking statistic the other day: 56 percent of Americans have started their Christmas shopping. Shocking because I hadn’t even ordered a Thanksgiving turkey yet, let alone given a single thought to Dec. 25. Well, I still haven’t ordered

  • It’s Christmas Time for Balsam Range

    It's officially November, and you know what that means... Christmas music! Some folks still get hot under the collar when they see Christmas displays in the stores before Thanksgiving, but for artists wanting to share new holiday music, the process always

  • Balsam Range thanks fans after #1

    Balsam Range was so thankful upon seeing their song, Something 'Bout That Suitcase, hit #1 on our Bluegrass Today Monthly Airplay Chart last week that they decided to create a special video as a show of gratitude. They asked fans to

  • 10 years for Balsam Range

    Balsam Range performs at the Colonial Theater in Canton, NC (3/4/17) - photo by Wayne Ebinger Balsam Range, the first bluegrass group to rise to the top from Asheville's newly expansive music scene, celebrated a major milestone last weekend with a

  • Saturday at Christmas in the Smokies ’17

    Saturday at Christmas in the Smokies opened with several instrument workshops. Tommy Long and Morgan Moore led one for guitars. Ben Greene led one for banjo. Stanley Efaw led the fiddle workshop. Mark Templeton and Pocket Change led off the day