• Doyle with drums?

    Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver performing with a drummer! Has the whole world gone mad? What's next... electric pickups, flying to gigs, a 20 minute jam version of Yellow River? Or, in the words of the immortal Peter Venkman: "Human sacrifice, dogs

  • Radio Ramblers Gospel CD in February

    Rebel Records has announced February 1, 2011 as the release date for Hymns From The Hills, the first all-Gospel project from Joe Mullins & The Radio Ramblers. Mullins has established himself as one of bluegrass music's true Renaissance men. Before purchasing

  • 3 new Christmas tracks from Mountain Home

    The folks at Mountain Home/Crossroads have a special digital release of Christmas music featuring three of their top bluegrass artists. These are all new recordings which can be purchased for download either individually, or as an album. A Mountain Home Christmas

  • Mike Rogers to Quicksilver

    Doyle Lawson will debut his most recently modified iteration of Quicksilver this weekend at the National Quartet Convention in Louisville, KY. Mike Rogers has joined the band, where he will play bass guitar and sing tenor. Mike has spent most of

  • County reissues Robert Byrd fiddle album

    As citizens of West Virginia honor the memory of their recently deceased Senator, Robert C. Byrd, many long-time fans of bluegrass and old time music are recalling the Senator as a musician as well. Byrd played fiddle and sang in

  • Crowe, Lawson, Williams – Old Friends

    JD Crowe, Doyle Lawson and Paul Williams clearly qualify for "living legend" status in the world of bluegrass music. Though each is now a well-established bandleader, they all served an apprenticeship with the great Jimmy Martin as members of his

  • Great photos from Doyle Lawson fest

    Mike Lane shot some great photos at the recent Doyle Lawson festival in Denton, NC last month. He captured many of the bands performing on the show, including Lost and Found, Dale Ann Bradley, Lonesome River Band, Dailey & Vincent,

  • Doyle Lawson interview at Mandolin Cafe

    Mandolin Cafe has a new interview up with Doyle Lawson, which is unique in two particular ways. First off, the questions came from members and readers of the site who, secondly, are mandolinists themselves, giving the interview a tone of musical

  • Doyle and Katy do VOHP

    Katy Daley,  long-time DC bluegrass radio personality and morning host at WAMUs Bluegrass Country, recently interviewed Doyle Lawson for the Video Oral History Project, a program managed by the International Bluegrass Music Museum in Owensboro, KY. VOHP was undertaken to