• New Chapter – Cedar Hill

    With so many bluegrass roots in states like Kentucky, North Carolina, and Tennessee, many folks often forget that the Ozarks of Missouri and Arkansas have their own long-standing bluegrass traditions. One of the region's most well-known and respected artists is

  • Smilin’ – new single from Cedar Hill

    Mountain Fever Records has a new single for Cedar Hill, one of the most prominent and enduring bluegrass groups in the New England region. Helmed by mandolinist Frank Ray, the band has been producing consistently strong bluegrass since 1967, with

  • Tend To My Flowers from Cedar Hill

    Mountain Fever Records has released a new single from Ozark grassers Cedar Hill. Like their previous release, this latest, Tend To My Flowers comes from their upcoming album, New Chapter, expected this fall. The band has been active since 1967, formed

  • Track Premiere: The Art of Love from Cedar Hill

    Mountain Fever Records has a new single coming tomorrow from Cedar Hill, headed up by Ozark bluegrass mandolin legend Frank Ray. Cedar Hill has been operating continuously with only a few breaks since 1967, leading to Frank being inducted into the National

  • Cedar Hill to Mountain Fever Records

    Mountain Fever Records has announced the signing of Ozark bluegrass favorites, Cedar Hill. Including members from Missouri and Arkansas, the group has been performing since the late 1960s when the group was formed by current mandolinist, Frank Ray, and his uncle,

  • By Request Volume 1 – Cedar Hill

    Formed by mandolin player, singer and frontman Frank Ray with his uncle over half a century ago, Cedar Hill has a storied history known mostly to aficionados of authentic bluegrass of the Ozark Mountain variety. That’s the place they’ve always called

  • XM bluegrass news

    Kyle Cantrell, host of XM Satellite Radio's Bluegrass Junction (track 14), passed along news about a few special programs and features coming up this week on XM. The current edition of Studio Special, XM's live-in-the studio bluegrass show, airs tonight (11/5)

  • Cedar Hill on Poverty Row

    Our UK correspondent, Richard F Thompson, shares this review. Cedar Hill is renowned for its adherence to the ultra-traditional style of bluegrass and nothing much has changed with the group's switch from Hay Holler Records to the recently-formed Blue Circle Records