• Reno Brothers reunite for RenoFest 2017

    Bluegrass fans of a more recent vintage may not remember The Reno Brothers, who were regular performers on the circuit in the 1980s and '90s. They were extremely popular for their hilarious stage show, their strong harmony singing, and for

  • On This Day #25 – Dale Reno

    On This Day ………… On February 6, 1961, Dale Reno was born in Roanoke, Virginia. The second son of banjo ace Don Reno, Dale Reno fell in love with musical instruments at the tender age of ten. Initially he built his first

  • Reno & Harrell to John Boy & Billy

    John Boy & Billy, Inc. have announced the signing of the new Reno & Harrell to their label. No... not the classic bluegrass pioneers from the 1960s, but the next generation of Reno & Harrell. Don Reno's boys, Don Wayne and

  • Reno & Harrell ride again

    Don Reno and Bill Harrell had quite a run in the 1960s, with Harrell stepping in for Red Smily when Red retired in 1964. Red rejoined the group in '69, and stayed until his death in '72, while Don and