• John Lawless of Bluegrass Today

    John Lawless addresses the audience at the 2017 IBMA Special Awards ceremony - photo by Frank Baker For John Lawless, editor and co-founder of Bluegrass Today, receiving an IBMA Distinguished Achievement Award “was a bit surreal.” According to Lawless, being at

  • Bluegrass Blog on the radio this morning

    Don't forget that our own John Lawless will be interviewed this morning on the Lonesome Pine RFD show, carried on WFDU 89.1 FM. The show broadcasts from Fairleigh Dickinson University in New Jersey, and serves the New York City metro market.

  • Lawless interview on WFDU Friday

    Your humble blogger will be a guest this coming Friday morning (11/30) on WFDU-FM, broadcast on 89.1 FM in the New York City metro market. I'll join hosts Carol Beaugard and Steve Lutke at 10:15 a.m. (EST) to talk about

  • RBW – RIP

    After 7 years of offering 3 day multi-instrument bluegrass seminars, Roanoke Bluegrass Weekend is calling it quits. Jointly hosted since November of 2002 by mandolin legend Herschel Sizemore and our own John Lawless, RBW has fallen prey to the many

  • Smoky Mountain Banjo Academy 2007

    March 1, 2007 is the last date to take advantage of the early registration discount for the 2007 Smoky Mountain Banjo Academy. The event, held each spring near Gatlinburg, TN (hosted by Jack Hatfield), is scheduled this year from April

  • Blog Author in Top 50 list

    WNCW 88.7 FM in NC has posted the results of their online voting for the best releases of 2006. The results take the form of Top 100 Lists starting with a comprehensive list and then broken out into genre specific

  • Your Blog authors visit XM

    When we first got to Nashville on Monday afternoon, Brance and I were able to stop by the studios of XM Satellite Radio's Bluegrass Junction at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, and meet with host Kyle Cantrell.

  • John Lawless featured on Sirius

    My fellow blog author, John Lawless, will be featured Sunday evening (3/12) on Sirius Satellite Radio's bluegrass channel 65. He'll be interviewed by Sirius on-air host Ned Luberecki, and they will also spin a number of tracks from John's CD,