• Chatham County Line covers The Louvin Brothers

    For their next recording project, Chatham County Line, from North Carolina's Triangle region, has decided to reach back and honor some of their biggest influences in the music world. Normally known for the original material, this upcoming album, Sharing The

  • Thursday at Gettysburg

    Whether it's generals Robert E. Lee and George G. Meade or the musicians at the Gettysburg Bluegrass Festival, this resort village in the rolling hills of southern Pennsylvania will always be a place where the North meets the South. The stage

  • Sawyer Sessions LP coming from Yep Roc

    Bluegrass is well-represented on the upcoming Yep Roc Records project, Sawyer Sessions, Season 1, set for LP release on Record Store Day, April 18. The album contains tracks from the YouTube music series by the same name, created by filming a

  • Living In Raleigh Now video from Chatham County Line

    With a new song inspired by the IBMA moving its World of Bluegrass Convention to Raleigh, NC through 2018 - and sure to irritate Kentucky folks disappointed by that eventuality - North Carolina's Chatham County Line has produced a music video that celebrates their

  • Chatham County Line: Wildwood

    Last month, Chatham County Line released their fifth CD, Wildwood, on Yep Roc Records. This recording further develops the band's unique sound. Describing themselves as too progressive for bluegrass traditionalists and to traditional for the alt-country crowd, the band has

  • Chatnam County Line at Country Standard Time

    Country Standard Time uses the recent release of their latest CD, Wildwood, as the springboard for a lengthy piece about alt-bluegrass road warriors Chatham County Line. The article by Brian Baker, conducted largely as an interview with Chatham County Line guitarist/vocalist

  • Chatham County Line: IV

    One week from today, on March 4, 2008, Chatham County Line, the four piece alt-bluegrass band from Raleigh, NC, will release their fourth CD titled IV. Chatham County Line isn't your typical bluegrass band. They are self described as "new traditionalists"