• Kristy Cox to Pisgah Ridge

    Australian country and bluegrass artist Kristy Cox has signed with Pisgah Ridge for promotional assistance on her next album, set to be recorded later this year in Nashville with Jerry Salley producing. Salley had produced her two previous projects, released in

  • MountainGrass launches in Australia

    A new organization has been chartered in Australia to promote bluegrass and old time music on the mainland and in New Zealand. This all grew out of a meeting last month in Harrietville, VIC, the site of a popular bluegrass

  • 2013 Australian Youth Bluegrass Scholarship

    Applications are now being accepted for the 2013 Australian Youth Bluegrass Scholarship, established by to Aussie grassers The Davidson Brothers and Pacific International Music. The program is available to Australian residents under 26 years old who play or sing bluegrass music, with a $1500 cash

  • Another award for the Davidson Brothers

    The Davidson Brothers, Australia's top bluegrass group, picked up three more major awards last week, this time at the Tasmanian Independent Artist Recognition Awards. Keep in mind that these were not acoustic, folk or bluegrass honors; they are inclusive of all

  • Another award for the Davidsons

    Australia's Davidson Brothers took home two more awards Saturday night in their home state  of Victoria for their latest release, Here To Stay. With a total of eight finalist nominations this year at the Victorian & National Country Music Awards, Lachlan

  • Another win for The Davidson Brothers

    Australia's Davidson Brothers have picked up another major award, the 2012 Golden Guitar for Instrumental of the Year at the Jayco CMAA Country Music Awards of Australia. The trophy came for the smokin' bluegrass tune, OMFG, from their 2011 album Here To

  • Davidson Brothers video tease

    The Davidson Brothers have put together a brief video tease to help spread the word about their upcoming CD, Here To Stay, due for release on July 1. The boys even pick a tune on the Fender guitar they are giving

  • Davidson Brothers are Here To Stay

    Aussie bluegrass brothers Hamish and Lachlan Davidson spent the last week of April in the US, tracking for their next Davidson Brothers album Here To Stay. They were assisted by Mike Bubb on bass, Bryan Sutton on guitar, Randy Kohrs

  • Davidson Brothers – an IBMA success story

    Australia's Davidson Brothers (Hamish and Lachlan) are packing for the US, leaving tomorrow (9/4) for a month touring the States with their band in tow. Theirs is a story of determination and tenacity, and it shows what can be accomplished when