• Why you should listen to bluegrass radio

    Years ago, before the advent of the iPod, I used to listen to bluegrass radio quite a bit. Once I began using iTunes, my radio listening began to decline. Most of the music I consumed came from my existing music

  • Michael Cleveland on Knee Deep In Bluegrass

    Cindy Baucom captured a couple of interviews recently for Knee Deep In Bluegrass at the Bluegrass All-Star Jam in Stillwater, OK. She spoke with both Michael Cleveland and Marshall Wilborn of Michael Cleveland & Flamekeeper, and both will be part

  • Separated at birth?

    Walking through the mall with my wife, I noticed a large poster displayed outside an entertainment store. I did a double take, asking myself why they had such a large poster of Chris Thile sitting out, before I realized it

  • Separated at birth?

    Walking through the mall with my wife, I noticed a large poster displayed outside an entertainment store. I did a double take, asking myself why they had such a large poster of Chris Thile sitting out, before I realized it

  • Red Carpet 2009: Terry & Cindy Baucom

    Here's another in our series of 2009 Red Carpet videos. These were filmed immediately prior to the IBMA Award Show. This one features Katy Daley interviewing Terry & Cindy Baucom. http://media.libsyn.com/media/thegrasscast/baucom.flv

  • Backstage at the IBMA Awards show

    Cindy Baucom, co-producer of the 2009 International Bluegrass Music Awards show, has posted some terrific behind-the-scenes photos on her Knee Deep In Bluegrass blog. Cindy managed the show along with Chris Stuart. She has shots from the rehearsals and sound checks

  • Awards Show should be a doozy

    I had a nice chat last night with Cindy Baucom, who along with Chris Stuart, is producing Thursday's International Bluegrass Music Awards show at The Ryman Auditorium. From her description - and level of enthusiasm - it sounds like it

  • More Merlefest coverage online

    We found some more great Merlefest coverage online. Cindy Baucom has posted a number of photos she took during the festival on her Knee Deep In Bluegrass blog. She has shots from stage shows, from backstage and some in the vendors'

  • Win Free Tickets to see Earl Scruggs

    Earl Scruggs is a national treasure. He is one of the greatest musicians in American history, and seeing him live is a thrill. If you are a banjo player it's extra special. Our friend Cindy Baucom of Knee-Deep In Bluegrass, has