• Junior Sisk to Mountain Fever

    Mountain Fever Records has announced that Junior Sisk has signed with the label for his next album, due in the early part of next year. Junior says that this will be a year of change for him professionally, though not in

  • Nothin’ Fancy to Mountain Fever

    Mountain Fever Records has announced the signing of established bluegrass artists Nothin' Fancy to a new recording contract. The group has been a fixture on the bluegrass scene since they formed in 1994 to enter a band competition in Virginia. Mike Andes

  • Gold Heart to Mountain Fever

    During this past weekend's SPBGMA convention in Nashville, Mountain Fever Records signed the latest young bluegrass act to the label. Gold Heart, featuring the talented Gold sisters from Northern Virginia, will release their next project with Mountain Fever this Spring. Mark

  • Mark Hodges shows his generous side

    Anyone who has had dealings with Mountain Fever Records knows label head Mark Hodges to be a jovial fellow. A bear of a man, Mark is always quick with a quip, or a self-deprecating comment, and when he laughs you

  • Raining In Virginia from Breaking Grass

    Mississippi's Breaking Grass has released Raining In Virginia, a song written and sung by guitarist Cody Farrar, as a new single from their upcoming Mountain Fever album. It's the tale of of a lonesome hearted lover thinking regretfully of the one he left

  • Mountain Fever launches new Travianna label

    Mark Hodges and his Mountain Fever label have announced the formation of a new brand for releasing and promoting music outside the bluegrass realm. The Travianna Records imprint will cover the broader Americana genre, starting with Echo, today's debut album from

  • Breaking Grass to Mountain Fever

    Mountain Fever Records has announced the signing of Mississippi's Breaking Grass to the Virginia-based label. A new single from the band will drop in April, with a full CD of original music (their third) to follow in the Summer. Mark Hodges

  • Bluegrass Idol on The Plains

    The folks at Bluegrass On The Plains, held in Auburn, AL in late May, have come up with a clever variation on the storied festival band competition. Aping the popular Fox program, their contest will be billed as Bluegrass Idol,

  • New members, new label for Detour

    In one of the least well-kept secrets in SW Virginia, Detour has been recording recently at Mountain Fever Studio in Willis. The Michigan band broke out nationally in 2012 with their album, A Better Place, and speculation about a follow-up