• Take Me Back To Kentucky video from Carolina Road

    When we reported earlier this month about Pinecastle Records opening Bonfire Recording Studio in Greenville, SC, we mentioned their intention to use the facility for both new audio projects, and for shooting video for promoting their artists. And they haven't wasted

  • Benefit show for Tommy Long next month

    Lorraine Jordan & Carolina Road had announced in early March that their long time guitarist and lead singer, Tommy Long, would be taking a medical leave of absence from the band to undergo treatment for throat cancer. Now, Lorraine has scheduled

  • Lorraine Jordan and Carolina Road at CMAFest

    Record temperatures didn’t deter a large crowd visiting Nashville, TN to see Lorraine Jordan and Carolina Road’s performance at CMAFest this past weekend. They were one of the few bluegrass bands who played the Durango Music Spot in the Music City

  • Brad Hudson back to Carolina Road

    Lorraine Jordan & Carolina Road have welcomed Brad Hudson back to the band on reso-guitar full time. The eastern North Carolina native developed a fascination with Carolina Road's music as a teen, and went to see them perform as often as possible. His hope

  • Florida Bluegrass Classic wrap up

    Friday morning at the first Florida Bluegrass Classic was kicked off by Martin guitar expert, Bill Anderson, doing a workshop on the construction and maintenance of Martin guitars. Florida band, Wry Whiskey were first up on followed by Virginia’s Nothin’ Fancy

  • Carolina Road video with John Conlee

    Lorraine Jordan & Carolina Road have released a fourth music video from their latest album, Country Grass. The theme of the project is pairing Lorraine and her crack bluegrass boys with a bevy of country singers for a mashup that's, well...

  • Friday at the 2015 Milan Bluegrass Festival

    The 18th annual Milan Bluegrass Festival, held at the KC Campground in Milan, Michigan, was kicked off by Mountain Faith, fresh from their second appearance on America’s Got Talent. Feller and Hill brought the Buckaroos and their high energy show to