• Joey Cox to Linda Lay & Springfield Exit

    Joey Cox has been announced as the new banjo player with Mountain Fever recording artists Linda Lay & Springfield Exit. It is a prestigious position for this northern Virginia-based group, a spot previously held by such top pickers as Tom

  • New Ballard Branch from Darren Beachley

    Turnberry Records has a debut single for Darren Beachley, the initial offering from an upcoming project that will mark his first solo effort in more than a decade. Beachley has enjoyed a stellar career in bluegrass, from his time playing reso-guitar

  • Darren Beachley to Turnberry Records

    Turnberry Records in Rancho Mirage, CA is continuing its aggressive signing of bluegrass artists in 2021. Today they have announced that Darren Beachley, remembered for his time as lead singer with Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver, has committed to two albums

  • Introducing The Railroaders

    A new bluegrass band called The Railroaders has formed this spring, uniting four talented bluegrass veterans with combined experienced in excess of 100 years. Their members come from Virginia, North Carolina, Kentucky, and Maryland. Shayne Bartley is on mandolin and vocals, Darren

  • New signees with Deep River Management

    John Lockaby launched Deep River Management with Laura Tate Ridge just a few weeks ago, and they already have a number of new acts signed to the agency. The company was formed to offer both artist representation and management services in-house, targeted

  • Deep River Management hits the scene

    John Lockaby and Laura Tate Ridge have announced the launch of their new company, Deep River Management. They enter the growing field of companies offering a mix of artist representation, plus branding and management services specifically for bluegrass acts. They will

  • Darren Beachley is back

    The best laid plans of mice and men... Veteran bluegrass singer Darrin Beachley had fully intended to dedicate himself to a new career in the medical field. Sure, he loved the bluegrass life, but the allure of regular paychecks and company