• Locks for Likes with Flamekeeper

    The tales of road antics from bluegrass musicians are many, from J.D. Crowe putting toy cars in Phil Leadbetter’s dobro to Keith Whitley impersonating the late Lester Flatt over CB radio to Earl Scruggs’ tour bus. Similar situations often arise

  • Kim Robins – 40 Years Late

    “I started writing in 2007 and decided to put my songs on a demo CD. The engineer thought we had something special so we contacted some musician friends of mine and the CD was born. The title of the album

  • Your Old Standby – Scott Brannon

    Those who have listened regularly to the Ray Davis show or are familiar with some of the Plum Pitiful recordings that have been released down through the years will be familiar with the name Scott Brannon, a regular in Davis’s

  • Tuesday night at Roberts

    “Ladies and gentlemen, this is the undisputed home of traditional country music!" declared Brazilbilly’s Jesse Lee Jones, to wild cheers at Robert’s Western World in downtown Nashville on Tuesday night, September 25. As part of IBMA’s World of Bluegrass week,

  • Who could ask for Moore?

    Doyle Lawson rose slowly to his feet, humbly taking off his trademark hat in response to the thunderously spontaneous applause that threatened to lift the Loveless Barn just outside Nashville off its foundation. It had just been announced that he

  • Detour to Roe Entertainment

    Detour, Michigan's hottest bluegrass band, has been announced as the newest artist to be represented by Roe Entertainment. The group has made a big splash with their latest CD, A Better Place, whose opening track, Quarterline Road, has spent several weeks at or near

  • Tyler Griffith to Flamekeeper

    Tyler Griffith has been announced as the newest member of Michael Cleveland & Flamekeeper. Tyler will play bass and add harmony vocals. Like so many bluegrass pickers, Tyler grew up in a family rich with music, and is comfortable on a