• Another Day From Life drops as a single

    Rebel Records has released a second single from Another Day From Life, their current project for Joe Mullins & the Radio Ramblers. One might say it's actually the third single, since The Last Parade came out as a single even

  • 2014’s Best: Daniel Mullins vs. Billboard

    Billboard, who publishes the (supposedly) quintessential music charts, have released their year-end chart of the Top 25 Bluegrass Albums of 2014. Based solely on Nielsen SoundScan sales numbers, the Billboard bluegrass charts can sometimes be a misrepresentation of what is actually

  • Another Day From Life

    When a new band finds prominence quickly, it's not uncommon to wonder how they might weather the inevitable personnel swaps that occur in bluegrass. It's especially true for a group that isn't built primarily on the strength of a single

  • Day 1 at SOIMF, Fall ’14

    Joe Mullins and the Radio Ramblers kicked off the November edition of the Southern Ohio Indoor Music Festival. New member, fiddler Jason Barie, made his debut. Ralph Stanley II then brought the signature “Stanley” sound to the stage. Russell Moore wowed

  • Stars shine at Lake Placid Bluegrass Jam

    Andy Flynn covered the first ever Bluegrass Jam for the Lake Placid News, and shared this article which they published. Like many cities that have hosted Olympic events, Lake Placid now is seeking new ways to make use of the

  • Jason Barie to The Radio Ramblers

    Jason Barie has been announced as the new fiddler with Joe Mullins & the Radio Ramblers, taking the spot created by the departure of Evan McGregor. Bluegrass fans will be familiar with Jason from his six years with Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver, two before

  • Lake Placid Bluegrass Jam launches in 2014

    The New York state Olympic Regional Development Authority is stepping back into the music business, announcing that the Olympic Center in Lake Placid, which headquartered the 1980 Winter Olympics, will host a Bluegrass Jam concert on Oct. 25 featuring 10 bands,