• Albums of the Year? YOU Decide!

    Well, 2011 has come to a close, and for bluegrass, it was exceptional year. We saw new releases from nearly everyone, and many were exceptional. It really is a great time to be a bluegrass fan. There are more albums coming

  • On This Day #4: The Traditional Grass

    On this day in 1983  …… On December 5, 1983, The Traditional Grass was formed. Joe Mullins, banjo player for The Traditional Grass,  retells the history of the group  ….. “We worked a Flea Market in downtown Dayton, Ohio, and it was a

  • Southern Ohio Indoor Music Festival recap

    Every November and March, a couple thousand bluegrass fans from all across the continent flood the Roberts Centre in Wilmington, OH for one of the top indoor bluegrass festivals in the country: The Southern Ohio Indoor Music Festival. The festival is

  • Joe Mullins on WSM

    Joe Mullins & The Radio Ramblers will be live on WSM 650 AM in Nashville on Thursday morning at 10:15 (EDT). The band is in town for this week's Bluegrass Nights at The Ryman show with Dailey & Vincent, and will

  • Joe Mullins says: Name That Bus!

    Joe Mullins is running a fan poll to choose a name for the bus he uses to haul himself and all his Radio Ramblers from place to place. He and the band have narrowed it down to five, and are inviting

  • 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