• Jon Glik Medical Assistance

    Jon Glik's fiddle playing can be heard on some of my favorite records. Anyone who knows me, knows I'm a huge Del McCoury fan. Don't Stop The Music may be my all time favorite McCoury album, and Glik's fiddle plays

  • Little Mo’ McCoury video

    The first music video from Little Mo' McCoury, Ronnie McCoury's new CD of bluegrass music for children, is now available online. It's for the song, Man Gave Names To All The Animals, and it's a real hoot. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VIiUX2h7cDI

  • Little Mo’ McCoury due August 21

    Fatherhood has a profound impact, and each man who experiences it feels the change in his own way. For Ronnie McCoury, it has called him to record bluegrass music designed to appeal to young listeners, and hopefully bring families together

  • Two new digital reissues from Rebel

    Rebel Records has reissued two more bluegrass classics as download only releases, available only from eMusic and iTunes. Both were originally released on LP in the early-to-mid 1970s. Folks these days know Ricky Skaggs as a successful band leader, vocalist and

  • McCoury Music signs with RED Distribution

    CMT.com is reporting that McCoury Music has signed an exclusion distribution deal with RED Distribution. McCoury Music was formed to release the recordings of bluegrass superstar Del McCoury when he left Rounder Records in 2003. They are also set to release

  • McCoury Music previews new Sparks CD

    McCoury Music has four tracks from the upcoming Larry Sparks CD, The Last Suit You Wear, available for online listening on their MySpace page. The CD is due for release shortly on the McCoury label, produced by Don Rigsby and

  • Be Del’s friend and win!

    As The Del McCoury Band sets their sights on their 10,000th MySpace Friend, they have decided to mark the milestone with a special prize for the Friend who sets the mark. The 10,000th Friend will receive a copy of the official

  • Three great re-issues due from Rebel

    Rebel Records is continuing their laudable efforts to get classic LPs released on CD, and/or for digital download. Many serious bluegrass fans had feared that much of the recorded legacy of bluegrass music might become unavailable when digital media took