• Closing the loop at Delaware Valley

    Our good friend Katy Daley, morning host at WAMU's Bluegrass Country, shared a touching story that occurred over this past weekend at the Delaware Valley Bluegrass Festival. It was the closing of a loop, one that began in 1972 when

  • Detour to Roe Entertainment

    Detour, Michigan's hottest bluegrass band, has been announced as the newest artist to be represented by Roe Entertainment. The group has made a big splash with their latest CD, A Better Place, whose opening track, Quarterline Road, has spent several weeks at or near

  • Del, Danny and Béla at DelFest

    Here's a fun video from DelFest, with The Del McCoury Band sharing the stage with Danny Paisley and Béla Fleck. Check out their soaring version of Can't You Hear Me Calling. That's some mighty fine pickin' and singin'. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=twD2YwCPXM8  

  • Last day at Gettysburg

    Here is the final gallery of images from Frank Baker, shot on Sunday, the final day of last weekend's 2012 Spring Gettysburg Bluegrass festival. You can see the other three galleries here. Big thanks to Frank not only for shooting for

  • Paisley studio shots

    Tom Mindte of Patuxent Music sent along these photos of Danny Paisley in the studio with the Southern Grass, taken by Michael G. Stewart. They are tracking this week for a new album to be released on Pauxent later this year.

  • Danny Paisley in the studio

    Danny Paisley & The Southern Grass are in the studio tracking a new project for Patuxent Music. No details yet about songs to be included, nor a release date, but we do know that Danny is recording with Doug Meek on

  • Blue Yodel #10 – Quantum Lyrics

    I don’t know. Maybe I’ve been watching too much of the Brian Greene PBS series The Fabric of the Cosmos lately. It’s fascinating—things blow up and there’s talk about black holes and eleven dimensions. What I’ve learned is that somewhere there’s

  • Danny Paisley and the STILL Southern Grass

    Wednesday’s final showcase performance put the exclamation point on an evening that was decidedly bluegrass. Danny Paisley took the stage with the current version of Southern Grass, and the resulting show was everything the enthusiastic crowd was expecting. Opening with

  • Light In The Window

    This column, containing brief reviews of recent CD releases by Richard Thompson, is published in the current (Spring 2009) edition of British Bluegrass News. As it is a lengthy piece, we will break it into two parts, and run the