• Jamie Johnson returns to The Grascals

    In perhaps the most obvious personnel move in bluegrass history, The Grascals have welcomed back founding member Jamie Johnson on guitar and vocals following the recent departure of Chris Davis. Johnson had been involved with the group going back to their

  • Jamie Johnson back with The Grascals…

    ...but only for last weekend. John Bryan threw a kidney stone last week and his doctors advised against traveling, so Jamie hopped back on the bus for a trip to the Sac River Cowboy Church in Springfield, MO on Sunday. From a couple

  • Jamie Johnson on leaving The Grascals

    Jamie Johnson has asked us to share a statement as he departs The Grascals. He was an original, founding member of the band, which got it's start as Dolly Parton's Nashville-based road band when she was doing a more bluegrass

  • John Bryan to The Grascals

    Change is something of a constant in the bluegrass world, just as it is in the arts in general. We've become accustomed to seeing new faces in our favorite groups from time to time, which makes bands that display consistency

  • Grascals on Marie

    The Grascals will be appearing on Wednesday's (2/27) episode of the Marie Osmond show, airing on the Hallmark Channel at 10:00 a.m. in most markets. The show was recorded on February 13, before guitarist and vocalist Jamie Johnson took sick, so

  • Darrell Webb out with The Grascals

    Jamie Johnson, vocalist for The Grascals, is suffering from flu-like symptoms, and has been grounded by his doctor. He has no voice, and is too weak to travel. In his stead, Darrell Webb will be out with the band this weekend

  • Grascals Road To Surrender video

    The Grascals have released a new video for Road To Surrender from their current Mountain Home album, Life Finds A Way. It's an interesting sort of hybrid, combining studio and live footage of the song, which was written by Grascals guitarist

  • The Grascals Find a Mountain Home

    The planets seem to be lining up nicely for The Grascals this year. The band is putting the finishing touches on a new album, and the ink is still drying on their one-record deal with Mountain Home. “I think we’re in