• Bluegrass for Lunch radio show is no more

    The host of the Rockingham County Radio’s Wednesday Bluegrass for Lunch program, Bob Webster, has contacted us to share the disappointing news that today's March 28 show would be the last. IBMA Board Member Webster started the program in May 2015,

  • Congratulations Nancy and Bob!

    Nancy Cardwell and Bob Webster were married this past weekend in North Carolina. Both are life-long members of the bluegrass community with friends and associates across the country. Nancy performed as a young lady with her family and other groups in

  • Nancy Cardwell and Bob Webster engaged

    Two much-loved members of the bluegrass music community, Nancy Cardwell and Bob Webster, have announced their engagement to be married. Nancy, originally from Springfield, Missouri, is best known for her 20 years-service as a staff member of the International Bluegrass Music

  • Gospel Choices #4 – Bob Webster 

    Here’s the fourth contribution of a periodical feature, where we ask bluegrass personalities to choose their top five Gospel songs. This week we hear from Bob Webster, who has been very thoughtful in making his choices, which are …….. Wicked Path

  • New members elected to IBMA Board

    When the Board of Directors of the International Bluegrass Music Association meets next week in Nashville, three new Directors will be seated. They were elected in a special election to fill the seats of Board members who resigned late last

  • Bob Webster is back on Air 

    Those of us who remember with fondness Bob Webster’s stint on WAMU will be pleased to know that he is back on air. Webster has joined the crew at Rockingham County Radio for his own three hour program commencing at noon

  • Bill Emerson and DC fest on WAMU

    As we've mentioned before, Bill Emerson is set to be honored this Saturday with the very first Washington Monument Award from the DC Bluegrass Union during their first bluegrass festival on March 27. The award will be given annually to DC-area