• Bluegrass Banjo Master Class DVD from AcuTab

    Bill Evans is surely one of bluegrass music's most widely regarded banjo instructors, having taught hundreds of students, both privately and at camps and workshops all over the world. He has been featured in two popular instructional DVDs from AcuTab,

  • Pete Wernick in Making Music

    Making Music Magazine is a glossy, bi-monthly print publication dedicated to the amateur musician and the pursuit of their musical goals. Now in their third year, the magazine means to provide stories of inspiration as well as tips to assist

  • Ryan Holladay brings bluegrass to students

    Bluegrass multi-instrumentalist Ryan Holladay, a veteran performer at 14 years old, will be performing tomorrow, Friday March 23, 2007, at the 18th Annual Savannah Music Festival in Savannah, Georgia. Ryan is performing as part of the Gulfstream Music Education Series

  • New banjo music from Jayme Stone

    Jayme Stone is a banjo player whose music is hard to categorize. In fact, you might say that it has no boundaries. You could say the same thing about his whereabouts. With a new CD, The Utmost, due for release in

  • BanjoTalk.com goes live on Sunday

    With all the talk here on Bluegrass Today of late about Internet radio, here's a new wrinkle on an old staple - a phone-in talk show about banjos, cybercast online. David Pericone has launched a new site - and a new

  • Two new instruments from The Music Link

    The Music Link, a California company who distributes a variety of musical instrument lines, many produced in Asia, has announced two new instruments which will be of interest to bluegrass pickers. First up is the new Artist Deluxe Banjo from Recording

  • Raising Kane – a bluegrass novel

    Brent Davis has worked in television in Georgia, Alabama and Ohio. He is also an avid bluegrass banjo player, and an author of fiction. His second book, Raising Kane, released in 2006, tells the story of Eddie Kane, a 12 year

  • Gibson acquires vintage Epiphone collection

    2007 marks the 50th anniversary of the Gibson Company acquiring the Epiphone brand, which they have continued to operate as a separate product line. Though it now largely consists of less expensive replicas of popular Gibson models, Epiphone was once a

  • Bluegrass piece on DC local news

    Doug McElway is a popular television news anchor on WJLA, the ABC affiliate station in Washington, DC. He is also an accomplished bluegrass banjo player, a dedicated husband and father - and a daily reader of Bluegrass Today. This past Tuesday

  • Too Many Banjos?

    I found this video over on the Fretboard Journal Blog and thought I'd share it with you. Dodge's Sundodgers perform on, from the left, a bass banjo, a banjo-mandolin, a banjo-uke, a tenor banjo and a guitar banjo. And no, five