• Saturday at Grey Fox ’16

    Saturday was full of options and activities for all ages. The family tent had music shows, puppet shows, face painting, and activities for kids. There were dance workshops, called dances (squares, contras, etc), and plenty of bands to dance in

  • Carter Country video from Della Mae

    When Della Mae played a house concert recently in Manchester, VT, Nancy Nutile-McMenemy captured this live video of the group performing the instrumental, Carter Country. It's an old-time-sounding fiddle tune which Jason Carter recorded back in 1997 that the Dellas have

  • Rooftop video from Della Mae

    Della Mae has taken to heart the adage, "Sing for your supper," during their ongoing Home Invasion tour. As part of their effort to connect ever closer with their fans, the band has been staying at the homes of Della buffs along the

  • Friday at Grey Fox 2015

    Friday at Grey Fox was another action-packed day. One of the hardest things about this festival is deciding what to do with so many great activities happening at the same time. There were workshops on dance, songwriting, and all kinds of instruments.

  • Boston Town video from Della Mae

    Rounder Records has released a music video for Boston Town, the opening track on their upcoming album from Della Mae. It's nostalgic union-organizing song written and sung by Celia Woodsmith.   The new album, simply titled Della Mae, is due for release

  • Zoe Guigueno to Della Mae

    Della Mae has announced the newest addition to their group.  Zoe Guigueno, formerly with Joy Kills Sorrow, has joined the group on bass. She takes the spot vacated by Shelby Means at the end of last year's touring season. Zoe will

  • Shelby Means departs Della Mae

    Shelby Means, who has been playing bass with Della Mae this past two and a half years, has announced this weekend that she will be leaving the group. She will accompany the Dellas on their upcoming State Department tour as

  • Della Mae in Brazil

    While much of the world's attention was focused on Brazil earlier this month, Della Mae was touring the country spreading the bluegrass message on behalf of the US government. Mandolinist Jenni Lyn Gardner sent this brief report on their activities. In