• Curly Seckler recovering from a mini-stroke

    We have learned that Curly Seckler, the legendary bluegrass singer and songwriter, suffered a mini-stroke on May 19. At 93, he is the sole surviving member of the Foggy Mountain Boys and has continued to perform sporadically to this point. According

  • More remembrances of Earl Scruggs

    The tributes to Earl Scruggs are coming in faster than we can get them posted! No surprise, given the tremendous impact he had on musicians worldwide, and personally on the many friends he made in the bluegrass and country music

  • Seckler to Monroe Hall of Fame

    Curly Seckler will be inducted into the Bill Monroe Bluegrass Hall of Fame, during the 37th annual Uncle Pen Days Festival, which takes place from Wednesday (9/21) through to Saturday (9/24) at the Bill Monroe Memorial Music Park, Bean Blossom,

  • New honor for Curly Seckler

    Bluegrass pioneer Curly Seckler was honored in the North Carolina Legislature yesterday (4/13) in a statement read in the State Senate in Raleigh. The Statement, which was introduced by Senator Andrew Brock of Rowan County, recognizes Seckler for his many accomplishments

  • Steep Canyon Rangers celebrate 10 years

    Steep Canyon Rangers will mark their 10th Anniversary tomorrow evening (1/21) with a special concert at the Orange Peel Social Aid & Pleasure Club near their home in Asheville, NC. Joining them in celebrating this milestone will be artists from

  • Curly Seckler video online

    Video from the December 4 Curly Seckler interview and performance at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum in Nashville is now available online. Kyle Cantrell of Sirius-XM's Bluegrass Junction serves as host, along with Curly's collaborator Penny Parsons, as

  • Curley Seckler streaming live

    Further to our recent report regarding Curly Seckler’s appearance at the Ford Theater at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum this Saturday, December 4, we have learned that the program is to be streamed live on the Country