Here is another gallery of Frank Baker's images from the August Gettysburg Bluegrass Festival. More still to come.
New Gospel Single from Steve Harris
The first single and title cut on Steve Harris’ solo Gospel project is being released today on Orange Blossom Records. Sundown, written by Mosie Lister, is a song Harris grew up with, and the familiarity shows. He sings with confidence and
News from Circa Blue
West Virginia's Circa Blue has seen some changes of late. They have two new members to introduce, Malia Furtado on fiddle and Terry Chism on bass, and have just released a video that mixes live performances from the band with
Teri Chism to Circa Blue
West Virginia's Circa Blue has announced that Teri Chism has joined the band on bass. She has been a fixture in the DC-area bluegrass scene for many years, working with Patent Pending and Cliff Waldron & the New Shades of Grass.
Malia Furtado to Circa Blue
West Virginia's Circa Blue has announced the addition of Malia Furtado on fiddle. She will also share in the vocals with the band. Malia has played fiddle since she was a young girl, and worked with her family's band as well
More from Gettysburg, August 2014
Here's a second batch of images from Frank Baker taken at last weekend's Gettysburg Bluegrass Festival.
Circa Blue’s A Darker Blue
The new release from Circa Blue is accurately named. In A Darker Blue, this Northern Maryland trio puts the blues in bluegrass. The title gives a solid hint, of course. Further evidence comes from a glance through the titles of the
More from Gettysburg 2013
Here's another gallery of Frank Baker's images from last weekend's 2013 August Gettysburg Bluegrass Festival. Perhaps Frank is a Della Mae fan?
Circa Blue hunting a bass player
West Virginia's Circa Blue is on the lookout for a new bass player. Guitarist Steve Harris tells us that his brother, Dave, has decided to give up his position in the band due to demands from his 'real job," and the
Day 2 at Pickin’ In The Panhandle
We had big fun today at the Pickin' In The Panhandle festival. Just around noon, a real worm strangler hit the campground, which stopped the show for an hour or so. Things got re-started, but the rains returned time and again