• Jeremy Garrett talks RV Sessions 2

    The Infamous Stringdusters' Jeremy Garrett really is something of a rolling stone. Living as he does in a mobile recreational vehicle, he's not always able to be pinned down. But we caught up with him by phone a few weeks

  • Welcome Shiloh Garrett

    On October 24, Jeremy Garrett of The Infamous Stringdusters, and his wife, Connie, welcomed their first child into the world. Shiloh Dove Garrett is the name they have chosen for their lovely young daughter. Jeremy says that he is in love already. "She's

  • Jeremy Garrett: A Session in The RV

    Nestled in The Festy backstage area in scenic Nelson County, Virginia sat The RV. You know which one. The one that should be declared a national park just like the ones it has been rolling past this year. To music-lovers, it

  • Dark Cloud Rising from Jon Weisberger

    Jon Weisberger is a powerful man in the bluegrass world. An award-winning songwriter, his music appears on many new releases each year. As a record producer he guides the work of other artists in the studio, most recently Missy Werner's

  • The Boss helps IBMA

    Jon Weisberger knows a thing or two about songwriting—he was IBMA’s first songwriter of the year in 2012. And he knows a lot about IBMA—he’s chairman of the organization’s board. In his first role, he was looking to put together a new

  • Chris Jones at The Station Inn

    Wednesday night, Chris Jones & the Night Drivers held forth at the Station Inn in Nashville to celebrate the release of their new Rebel CD, Lonely Comes Easy. Fortunately, we had a photographer on hand to capture the event, our Sales

  • Lots o’ grass on Music City Roots

    Tonight's (2/6) edition of Music City Roots will feature a bluegrass-centric lineup. They are billing the show as Bluegrass and Friends, since two of the shows acts will be billed in that fashion. Jon Weisberger & Friends will feature the noted

  • Big bluegrass night in Nashville

    Tonight (8/22) finds two venues in Music City offering special bluegrass shows. One will be available to anyone with an internet connection, while the other will be limited to folks lucky enough to be in town. At 7:00 p.m. (CDT), Music