• Hills of Home 2014

    Our crack festival team of John Goad and Jessica Boggs attended the Ralph Stanley Hills Of Home festival on Smith Ridge near Coeburn, VA where the Stanley family has lived for many years. They captured lots of the fun -

  • New Radio Ramblers single May 6

    Here's another new single with a patriotic theme, this time from Joe Mullins & the Radio Ramblers. Last Parade is a new song by Steve Bonafel written in honor of Sgt. Nickolas Carnes of Dayton, KY who was killed in action in Afghanistan in

  • SOIMF, day 2

    Blake Williams opened the final day of the Southern Ohio Indoor Music Festival with some history and stories of Lester Flatt. Isaac Moore joined him for a song. Mountain Faith then provided a wonderful Gospel set. Feller & Hill hit the

  • SOIMF, day 1

    The doors opened at 10:00 a.m. Friday to let the crowd in for the March 2014 edition of the Southern Ohio Indoor Music Festival. There was a steady stream of bluegrass music fans until the Roberts Center was packed full.

  • Joe and Junior at SOIMF

    Folks in attendance at this weekend's Southern Ohio Indoor Music Festival will be in for a special treat. As part of the stellar lineup, Junior Sisk & Joe Mullins will perform music from their hit Rebel album, Hall Of Fame

  • Janet Davis Music grand opening celebration

    Janet Davis Music has been among the top retailers of bluegrass instruments, accessories and music for almost four decades now, starting as a small family business run by banjo teacher Janet Davis and her husband, Jim. Last year, the Davis's

  • Best of 2013: Daniel Mullins vs. Billboard

    Billboard, who publishes the (supposedly) quintessential music charts, have released their year-end chart of the Top 15 Bluegrass Albums of 2013. 15. Leaving Eden - Carolina Chocolate Drops 14. Brothers of the Highway - Dailey & Vincent 13. The Living Years - The Isaacs 12. Ahoy! - The Punch Brothers 11. Hammer Down - The

  • A Baker’s Dozen for 2013

    My mailbox and inbox overflowed with music in 2013, as sure a sign as any that bluegrass is alive and well. There’s good news and bad news about that. The good news is that much of that music was very well