• Del on The Big Show

    The Del McCoury Band will make a guest appearance tomorrow, July 10, at 9:00 a.m. (EDT) on The Big Show with John Boy & Billy. They'll be on promoting the latest CD from McCoury Music, Moneyland, a multi-artist collection based around

  • Del aggressively promotes Moneyland

    We have commented twice in recent weeks about the forthcoming McCoury Music release Moneyland. Now I can report that Del McCoury flies to New England this week to appear on the popular A Prairie Home Companion radio program to further

  • Moneyland – special collectors edition

    The folks at McCoury Music have come up with an interesting special pre-release offer for their Moneyland CD, sure to appeal to the most extreme Del heads among us. Due July 8, Moneyland is a concept project, using songs to make

  • Del soundcheck on WJLA

    Our friend Doug McKelway, who anchors the local news broadcasts for WJLA TV in Washington, DC, was invited to The Del McCoury Band's sound check yesterday prior to the start of DelFest in Cumberland, MD. Doug is also a fine banjo

  • McCoury Music – Moneyland

    Music has long been a medium for the expression of social comment. This is certainly so in country music, if less so within bluegrass. Also, most of the genre's progenitors and many from later generations have come from a rural

  • Del and Dierks prepare for DelFest

    McCoury Music and High Sierra Music have posted a YouTube video of Dierks Bentley rehearsing his hit song I've Got A Lot Of Leaving Left To Do with The Del McCoury Band in preparation for their joint appearance at DelFest

  • Chris Warner is Back Again

    Banjo players - and fans of Jimmy Martin - know Chris Warner for his driving style and hard hitting approach to the five string. Chris worked twice for Martin as a member of his Sunny Mountain Boys, from 1967-69, and

  • But wait… there’s more!

    There is yet even more great bluegrass and acoustic music available from your radio (and computer) today (2/29). Tonight's - and tomorrow's - Grand Ole Opry broadcasts feature a number of favorite performers. The Friday Opry boasts performances from The Grascals,

  • Bluegrass bonanza on TV and radio

    There are a number of great opportunities to catch some live bluegrass on TV and radio over the next few days, many being streamed online. Today (1/15) at noon eastern, Balsam Range will be performing live on WDVX from Knoxville, TN.