• Leftover Salmon back with Compass Records

    Leftover Salmon, among the longest surviving musical outfits of the post-1970s progressive bluegrass scene, has announced their re-signing with Compass Records in Nashville. Considered by many as the founders of the jamgrass scene, the Salmon has been running for 30 years

  • Leftover Salmon bio coming in February

    Rowman & Littlefield publishers have announced a February release for Leftover Salmon: Thirty Years of Festival, by Tim Newby. It will tell the three decade story of the band, who have pushed hard against the boundaries of bluegrass from the

  • Something Higher – Leftover Salmon

    Leftover Salmon find that rare divide between bluegrass tradition and the populist preferences of the jam band world. On their latest release, Something Higher, it allows for a steady influx of sounds and styles that make any attempt at typecasting

  • Leftover Salmon celebrates 25 years

    Leftover Salmon has posted high quality, multi-camera video from their 25th anniversary concert on New Year's Eve in Chicago last month. It includes live music from the show, the presentation of a special birthday cake, vintage footage from the early days

  • Track a day stream from Leftover Salmon

    Leftover Salmon is offering fans a free listen to their upcoming album, High Country, one track a day over the next 12 days (Nov 10-21). Each track will be available for listening for 24 hours (starting today), and will be

  • High Country coming from Leftover Salmon

    Jam band heroes Leftover Salmon have a new album ready for release, and set to drop November 28. It's called High Country, a double entendre that fans of the Salmon will readily understand. The group is led by founding members Drew

  • Thornpipe from Leftover Salmon

    Leftover Salmon has a new single, Thornpipe, a driving banjo tune written and performed by Andy Thorn. It's the second in a set of four new tracks to be pre-released in collaboration with Colorado's Breckenridge Brewery. Free download codes are available in

  • Moon from Rumpke Mountain Boys

    We all know about bluegrass, and have become accustomed more recently to jamgrass. But what about trashgrass? Well that's what Cincinnati's Rumpke Mountain Boys call their take on the music, and it served as the title of their debut CD in 2012.