• Mountain Heart at Mohegan Sun

    The Mohegan Sun is a gaming and resort facility in southeastern Connecticut. Just north of New London, run by the Mohegan Tribe of Connecticut, it makes for a convenient playground for folks in Boston, Providence and New York City. Their entertainment

  • Tony Rice in North Carolina

    Josh Shilling shot some video onstage during Mountain Heart's show with Tony Rice and Terry Baucom on Friday night in Morganton, NC. Josh snuck up on Tony while he was playing the extended intro to Manzanita, and shot through the whole

  • Mountain Heart on Bluegrass Country

    Mountain Heart will make a stop this morning (5/15) at the studios of WAMU's Bluegrass Country in Washington, DC on their way up to the Gettysburg festival. They will join Bob Webster at 11:00 a.m. (EDT) for some live music and

  • Goin’ Across The Mountain Live

    Dennis Jones with WNCW in Spindale, NC sent along an advance copy of Goin' Across The Mountain Live - Volume 3, which will be offered as a premium for station supporters in 2009. The 15 tracks were all recorded and broadcast

  • Clay Jones back with Mountain Heart

    After a hiatus of 16 months, Clay Jones has re-assumed the guitar chair with Mountain Heart. Jones left the band in August of 2007 to deal with some personal and familial issues, and with Clay Hess having left the group to

  • Mountain Heart with Tony Rice

    Last week, Brance posted a few photos of Mountain Heart performing with Tony Rice at the Keith Case suite on Wednesday of IBMA week. They also did a main stage show during Fan Fest, and fiddler Jim Van Cleve sent along

  • Wednesday evening at IBMA 2008

    Last night John and I stayed up way past our bedtime so we could check out some of the late night showcases. We took a stroll downtown with Dailey & Vincent (video coming soon), then returned to the convention center

  • Mountain Heart kills with Skynyrd

    Mountain Heart is back from their big weekend out with Lynyrd Snkyryd, and sent along a report and some photos from the shows. Fiddler Jim Van Cleve tells us that they had a blast taking bluegrass to the die-hard Skynyrd fans,