• Barry Scott and Second Wind – 2 CDs in 2010

    Former Quicksilver vocalist Barry Scott is currently in the studio, along with his talented band Second Wind, completing a pair of recordings to be released later this year. First out will be an all-Gospel album, self-produced by the band, which they

  • Bluegrass artists blogging the Grammies

    Both Barry Scott & Second Wind and Kym Warner of The Greencards are blogging their experiences at The Grammies this weekend. You can follow Barry and the gang's exploits starting at 5:00 p.m. today (1/30) on their Facebook page, and

  • Daniel Salyer to Second Wind

    Barry Scott is shaking things up in his road band, Second Wind, at the start of the new year. Daniel Salyer is coming in to play guitar and sing tenor. Barry is moving to bass, filling the void left when original

  • Cadillac Sky update

    We also heard this week from Cadillac Sky with a concise overview of the band's activities and accomplishments of late, and news of their individual activities in 2010 before they reassemble to tour in the spring. "On Dec. 3rd, it was

  • Rebel releases for 2009

    I caught up with Mark Freeman of Rebel Records recently, and he shared some information about their release schedule for 2009. We mentioned last week that they would have a new Lost and Found CD in March, and Mark tells us

  • Barry Scott signs with Rebel

    Barry Scott & Second Wind have signed with Rebel Records. Rebel will release the band's current Gospel project, In God's Time, in Spring 2009 with a new, secular album to follow later in the year. Barry was a member of Doyle Lawson

  • Barry Scott & Second Wind

    We've posted previously about the new group Barry Scott was putting together after leaving Doyle Lawson and Quicksilver last year. The new band is Barry Scott & Second Wind, and I've just noticed that the website is up and running

  • Wednesday night at IBMA – part 2

    Here's the second part of late night wanderings around the showcases. There was some really great music being played late last night, and I didn't even make it to any of the jam sessions happening on various floors of the