• Frank Solivan to Baltimore Management Agency

    Progressive bluegrass icons Frank Solivan & Dirty Kitchen have announced a new agreement with Philip Chorney and Baltimore Management Agency. Chorney is founder and CEO of the Charm City Bluegrass festival in Baltimore, and has more than a decade's worth of experience in

  • Frank Solivan jams out for D’Addario

    The D'Addario string company has launched a video series where they ask prominent musicians to create a song based on nothing more than a song title. It's a vibe a bit like improv comedy shows, but with pickers instead of

  • Frank Solivan & Dirty Kitchen on OBX

    Frank Solivan & Dirty Kitchen have long been associated with great music and great food. Their run as bluegrass entertainment professionals has seen them reaching new goals year after year with a high-energy stage show and several successful recordings, and

  • Frank Solivan Cooks Up a Good One

    Frank Solivan just keeps getting better, as a songwriter, arranger, singer and, not the least, instrumentalist. Recent years have seen a string of solid recordings, IBMA nominations and awards, and growing recognition for Solivan and his band. His newest recording is,

  • Frank Solivan Family & Friends video

    Frank Solivan has become one of bluegrass music's most entertaining performers, touring with his band, Dirty Kitchen, all over the US. But like every artist, he had a long route to get where he is today. Starting as a young man in

  • Danny Booth leaving Dirty Kitchen

    It looks like married life agrees with Danny Booth, who has been touring on bass this past four years with Frank Solivan & Dirty Kitchen. He was wed back in August to Amanda Kerr, a fiddler and music teacher in northern

  • 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.