• Yesterday’s Heartache from Kristy Cox

    Mountain Fever Records has released the first single from their upcoming album from Australian bluegrass songbird, Kristy Cox. It's a new song from Jerry Salley, Kelli Kingrey, and Bruce Carpenter, Yesterday's Heartache, which Cox gives a bluesy, mid-tempo reading with a crisp bluegrass accompaniment.

  • Welcome Ryman List!

    Another bluegrass baby! Kristy Cox, noted contemporary bluegrass singer, and her husband, Travis List, are celebrating the birth of their first son. Cox, a native Australian, now lives in Tennessee, and has chosen a decidedly Music City name for their son. Ryman

  • Kristy Cox wins bluegrass award in Australia

    Kristy Cox picked up a Golden Guitar award for the 2019 Bluegrass Album of the Year at the Toyota Country Music Association of Australia Awards in Tamworth on January 26. Ricochet, her winning project, was released on Mountain Fever Records in

  • Kristy Cox scores with Ricochet

    When I reviewed Part of Me from Kristy Cox two years ago, I ended with these words about her work with songwriter and producer Jerry Salley: “I can’t wait to hear what Cox comes up with next. And here’s hoping she

  • I Still Pray drops for Kristy Cox

    Australian bluegrass singer Kristy Cox has released a second single from her upcoming 2018 album for Mountain Fever Records. This one is a new Christmas song from Kasey Chambers, I Still Pray, delivered in the traditional bluegrass Gospel format. The track

  • Ricochet, new single from Kristy Cox

    Mountain Fever has dropped a first single today from Australian grasser Kristy Cox, the title track from her upcoming album, Ricochet. It's a driving number written by Jerry Salley, Alice Lankford, and Jimbo Martin. Cox gives the song a nice bluesy

  • Kristy Cox to Mountain Fever

    Mountain Fever Records has announced that they have signed Australian country and bluegrass singer Kristy Cox to the label. A new album, helmed by her long-time producer, Jerry Salley, is expected later this year. Her previous bluegrass releases have done well