• Indian Ranch, circa 1972

    We've been in touch recently with Fred Robbins, a photographer and bluegrass enthusiast who has posted a brilliant set of photos from the 1972 Country Gentlemen Festival at Indian Ranch online. This was the first such festival hosted by the

  • Darin Aldridge & Brooke Justice

    We heard last week from Darin Aldridge, former member of The Country Gentlemen and current mandolinist with The Circuit Riders. This young man has quite a busy time ahead of him in the near future. First up, he is engaged to

  • The Country Gentlemen Tribute, Vol. 2

    Darren Beachley has written in to give us an update concerning the production of the second Country Gentlemen Tribute CD from Bill Yates. Darren and Bill are co-producing this new recording. The first CD was released in December of 2006. We

  • Eddie Adcock on WFDU

    Eddie Adcock will be the featured guest on Friday morning's (5/23) edition of Lonesome Pine RFD on WFDU-FM, in New Jersey. He will join host Carol Beaugard at 11:15 a.m. (EDT) to talk about the new CD from The Country

  • The Country Gentlemen Reunion Band

    Recently we reported news of the release of the Country Gentlemen Reunion Band CD - Adcock, Gaudreau, Waller & Gray. At the time the fledgling link-up didn't have a website. It does now! Go to the new website to see the

  • Country Gentlemen Reunion Band CD

    The Country Gentlemen Reunion Band has announced the release of their self-titled CD on RadioTherapy Records, a new label established by Martha and Eddie Adcock. The Country Gentlemen Reunion Band features Randy Waller, son of Charlie Waller, who, like his father,

  • Two new releases from Rebel

    Rebel Records has two new releases released last week, a greatest hits compilation and a new duo recording. Jimmy Gaudreau and Moondi Klein are names that should be familiar to bluegrass fans. Klein spent time with Seldom Scene, and later with

  • Country Gentlemen Reunion Video

    The Country Gentlemen 50th Anniversary Celebration concert took place last weekend and it seems the show was taped. No word yet as to whether there will be a DVD release, but it seems likely. Randy Waller's website has a video available