• Snow Day video from Claire Lynch

    Through our good friends at WAMU's Bluegrass Country, we are able to share this video from a performance at the station earlier this month by The Claire Lynch Band. The show was hosted by Katy Daley, and filmed in their

  • New Digs for an Old Friend

    WAMU’s Bluegrass Country has come a long way since Dick Spottswood and Gary Henderson signed on for their first show – 30-minutes one night a week, with one taped repeat – 47 years ago. And from the days in the early

  • Kip Martin feted Sunday afternoon

    Kip Martin's friends filled a church sanctuary Sunday in Crofton, MD, opening their hearts and wallets for the ailing bass player. The former Sunny Mountain Boy was hundreds of miles away, surrounded by family in a hospice setting near Nashville, where

  • Banjo flash mob on Saturday

    OK all you banjo pickers in Raleigh... A banjo flash mob has been declared for 2:00 p.m. on Saturday afternoon (9/28) at the Raleigh Convention Center, just near the statue of Sir Walter Raleigh, who has been equipped with a 5

  • Audie and the boys on WAMU

    Audie Blaylock and Redline will be making at stop in Washington, DC on Friday morning to perform live on WAMU's Bluegrass Country. They'll be on with Katy Daley at 9:00 a.m. (EDT) to pick and sing. The show can be heard

  • Danny Paisley at DCBU

    Here is David Morris' interview with Danny and Ryan Paisley at the DC Bluegrass Festival this past weekend. Once again, thanks to Eric Tapp for technical assistance. The video is presented in B&W owing to the poor lighting in the

  • Bill Evans on with Katy Daley

    Bill Evans will be a guest on Wednesday morning's Katy Daley Show on WAMU's Bluegrass County. He'll be on with Katy at 9:00 a.m. to talk about his appearance at the 5th Annual Mike Seeger Old Time Banjo Festival at The

  • Solivan & Co blow up WAMU

    Frank Solivan and Dirty Kitchen made a stop at the studios of WAMU's Bluegrass Country on May 3 to perform live on the Katy Daley Show. As has been their practice of late, cameras were set up to capture their set,

  • WAMU looking for photos

    WAMU's Bluegrass Country is getting ready to celebrate 45 years of playing bluegrass music on WAMU on July 2, and is asking listeners, fans and current/former colleagues to help them assemble a comprehensive photo history of the experience. A special