• Welcome Owen Lee Luck!

    North Carolina-based bluegrass couple, Greg and Courtney Luck of Aberdeen, welcomed a new son into their fold on Wednesday, March 9. Born at 7:49 a.m., Owen Lee Luck entered the world, weighing 8 pounds, 15 ounces. Owen joins two brothers,

  • Lonesome Moon – Grass Strings

    Established 45 years ago, Grass Strings, a central North Carolina-based bluegrass band, has released a new project entitled Lonesome Moon. Recorded at Greg Luck’s studio in Mt. Gilead, NC, the CD premieres on Luck's new label, Riverside Music Co. The

  • Introducing The Railroaders

    A new bluegrass band called The Railroaders has formed this spring, uniting four talented bluegrass veterans with combined experienced in excess of 100 years. Their members come from Virginia, North Carolina, Kentucky, and Maryland. Shayne Bartley is on mandolin and vocals, Darren

  • New faces in Constant Change

    I suppose fans of a band called Constant Change can't be surprised by new members. And this North Carolina outfit, who's been performing together since 2009, has a couple of new faces in the lineup. To the nucleus of founding member Clifton

  • Darren Beachley is back

    The best laid plans of mice and men... Veteran bluegrass singer Darrin Beachley had fully intended to dedicate himself to a new career in the medical field. Sure, he loved the bluegrass life, but the allure of regular paychecks and company

  • Greg Luck to HeartTown

    HeartTown, the new group emerging from the Beachley & Scott Band, minus Barry Scott, has announced that Greg Luck will be joining the band on fiddle and vocals. Like the other four members (Darren Beachley, Jason Leek, Shayne Bartley, Tim