• Albums of the Year? YOU Decide!

    Well, 2011 has come to a close, and for bluegrass, it was exceptional year. We saw new releases from nearly everyone, and many were exceptional. It really is a great time to be a bluegrass fan. There are more albums coming

  • Larry Cordle Receiving Honors

    On October 21 Larry Cordle’s alma mater, Morehead State University, will induct him into the Alumni Hall of Fame. After spending some time in the U.S. Navy, Cordle enrolled at MSU and graduated in 1975 with a bachelor’s degree in accounting.

  • Yet even more Gettysburg pics

    Here are more of Frank Baker's images from Gettysburg 2011, featuring photos he took during performances by Larry Cordle & Lonesome Standard Time and Michael Cleveland & Flamekeeper. Frank also caught two sets from Rockin' Acoustic Circus, a mostly young band

  • Leadbetter benefit photos

    Mike Kelly has posted a good many photos from this past Saturday's Phil Leadbetter benefit show at Dumplin' Valley in Kodak, TN. A number of top bluegrass acts donated their time to help raise money to cover some of the

  • Phil Leadbetter benefit this weekend

    This Saturday (6/4), friends and supporters of Phil Leadbetter will assemble at the Dumplin' Valley Farm in Kodak, TN to host a benefit concert. Phil received a diagnosis of Hodgkin's Lymphoma in March of this year. He has since undergone a

  • Josh Pickett to Larry Cordle

    We heard last night from Josh Pickett, with word that he is the new guitarist with Larry Cordle & Lonesome Standard Time. Josh had been performing and recording with Amber Collins & No Speed Limit, and just recently traveling with the

  • New Cordle CD this week

    Larry Cordle's new CD, Pud Marcum’s Hangin’, was also released this week. It's his first record since 2007, including a collection of songs he has written or co-written. Most of them are ones that he put together since his last album,

  • Pud Marcum’s Hangin from Larry Cordle

    It's been a while since we've heard from Larry Cordle, the brilliant songwriter who brought such classics as Highway 40 Blues and Murder On Music Row to wide audiences. Cord has been a bluegrass guy from the beginning, though, and it

  • Larry Cordle remembers Gerald Evans

    Larry Cordle also sent along this remembrance of his friend and fellow Kentuckian, Gerald Evans. "Bluegrass lost a great musician saturday April 10, 2010. His fiddle silenced by that scourge of mankind, cancer. Gerald Evans was far too young to leave

  • New Larry Cordle CD this year

    Larry Cordle is also among the many bluegrass artists in the studio this Spring. This won't be a band project, but more of a songwriter's album with a dozen new songs which Larry has written or co-written. There is no title