• Lifetime Achievement Award for David Davis

    The National Traditional Country Music Association has announced that David Davis, bluegrass mandolinist from Alabama, will receive the organization's Lifetime Achievement Award at the 42nd National Old Time Music Festival on September 3. David is highly regarded in traditional bluegrass circles

  • Mo Lebowitz passes

    Mo Lebowitz, passionate mandolinist and beloved member of the bluegrass community in New York, died on Sunday, June 25. He was 84 years of age. Though he never achieved notoriety for his mandolin playing, Mo had friends all across the US,

  • Are You OK Alone? video from Jenni Lyn

    Katherine Street Records has released their first music video from Jenni Lyn Gardner's solo project, Burn Another Candle. The video is an interesting production, directed by Nashville filmmaker Dycee Wildman, for Jenni Lyn's song, Are You OK Alone? Visually stark in

  • Gallery Of Iconic Guitars at Belmont

    Belmont University in Nashville is the recipient of a large treasure trove of vintage instruments, bequeathed to them by the estate of the late Steven Kern Shaw. The collection includes close to 500 guitars and mandolins, among them specimens of

  • Will Clark to Bluegrass Outlaws

    West Virginia's Bluegrass Outlaws have announced the addition of Will Clark to the band on mandolin. He steps into the spot recently vacated by founding member Evan Maynard who had to leave the band owing to pesky day job commitments. Will

  • Bobby Osborne Mandolin Roundup

    Bobby Osborne, Lauren Price, and Scott Napier playing triple mandolins. Folks in the bluegrass world have certainly noticed the “Tremolo Tuesday” video segments that have been appearing on social media since March 2016. According to Scott Napier, the regular performances that

  • O’Neill’s for mandolin from Mel Bay

    For more than one hundred years now, O'Neill's Music of Ireland has served as a definitive source for lovers of traditional Irish folk music, at least the instrumental dance tunes that have survived to this day. Ever since its first

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