• Merry Christmas from The Kruger Brothers

    The Kruger Brothers have released this lovely Christmas card in video form for all their friends and fans. It's a new song called December, about their life growing up in Switzerland, accompanied by photos of Jens and Uwe when they were

  • Carolina In The Fall 2017 photos

    Claire Ratliff was at this past weekend's Carolina In The Fall Music and Food Festival, in her capacity as publicist for host band, The Kruger Brothers. She shared these photos of several of the stage performers in Wilkesboro, NC.

  • Hitchhiking to Fame – The Kruger Brothers

    When a person mentions the Kruger Brother’s, eyes twinkle. Recently the trio performed at The Rose State College Hudiburg Center, which finished off the Banjo Fest, sponsored by The American Banjo Museum in Oklahoma City. I had the opportunity to

  • Even more photos from Delaware Valley

    We aren't finished yet with Frank Baker's photos from the 2016 Delaware Valley Bluegrass Festival. There's one more gallery after this, and we are delighted to announce that he will be with us at the World of Bluegrass in Raleigh

  • Beautiful Nothing – The Kruger Brothers

    The Kruger Brothers are well-known to bluegrass audiences for their many years of touring and recording in the US since emigrating from Switzerland in their youth. But their appeal crosses beyond the strictures of genre, both for their undeniable virtuosity

  • Last day at Bristol 2014

    The 2014 Bristol Rhythm & Roots Reunion wrapped up Sunday and the entertainment provided on the Country Music Mural Stage proved to be powerful. Sunday’s artists included Jeff Brown & Still Lonesome, Mandolin Orange, Marty Raybon & Full Circle, and

  • OIBF 2013 in Guthrie

    Guthrie, Oklahoma’s 17th annual International Bluegrass Festival (OIBF) brought together music fans from across the United States to hear performers from around the world. Kathy Mattea, whose last record recalls her West Virginia roots, closed out the three-day festival on