• Debut single from Matt Wallace

    Pinecastle has announced a March 11 release date for For A Season, a solo project from Knoxville bass player and vocalist, Matt Wallace. The album features Matt and a number of other very talented singers, including Paul Brewster, Jesse Gregory,

  • Brandon Green to Darrell Webb

    The Darrell Webb Band has brought Brandon Green on to play banjo. He did his first weekend recently on a tour through Kentucky. Green is on the faculty of the Bluegrass, Old Time and Country Music Studies program at East Tennessee

  • Darrell Webb’s new mandolin

    Darrell Webb got an early Christmas present this past weekend - a new mandolin from Chris Shelton with Hook Mandolins. But it's not just a new axe. Chris presented Darrell with the first Darrell Webb signature model Hook mandolin. Webb said that

  • New single from Darrell Webb

    Mountain Fever Records has released a single today from its upcoming 20th Anniversary project from Darrell Webb. The theme of the album, produced by Jim VanCleve, is reuniting Webb with the many artists with whom he has toured and recorded over

  • Session 1 – Sideline

    While bluegrass isn’t a summer-only music, it’s no secret that the warmer months are well suited to the festivals, camping, and late-night jams beside of campfires and picnic tables that bluegrass fans love so well. Many bluegrass artists slow down

  • Darrell Webb to Mountain Fever

    Over the past few years, no record label has been more aggressive in signing artists and releasing new projects than Mountain Fever Records. The small, independent label is based in Floyd County, VA and run by Mark Hodges, with help

  • Second Time Around – Jason Davis

    If you've caught a Junior Sisk show this past few years, or heard his last two records, you know what a blistering banjo picker he has in Jason Davis. This month, at the age of 23, Davis is seeing his second

  • Win a Darrell Webb Band FanJam

    Some of my favorite bluegrass memories involve chances to watch, or even jam with top bluegrass artists in the campgrounds when I was first learning to play in the 1970s. Before the days when air-conditioned buses were the norm for