• Vagabonds – Nu-Blu

    It’s been a little while since we’ve had new music from Nu-Blu, the North Carolina-based band headed up by husband-and-wife team Daniel and Carolyn Routh. Their last album, All the Way, came out back in 2014, with hit single That’s

  • Still Small Voice video drops for Nu-Blu

    Voxhall Records has released a music video for the debut single on their new album from Nu-Blu. It's an uplifting song from Devin Bell, Jimmy Fortune, and Tony Lopacinski which they've turned into a grassy anthem, called Still Small Voice. It

  • Nu Blu at Porter Barn Wood in Phoenix

    This article is a contribution from Glenn Wright, of Guy Raleigh Management, who recently returned from the Sideline west coast tour. Guy Raleigh Management assists with tour management, show publicity, and social media presence. While Phoenix has always had some amazing

  • NAMM 2017 report from Nu-Blu

    This report from the 2017 Anaheim NAMM show comes from Daniel Routh, guitarist and vocalist with Nu-Blu. The band spent four days there earlier this month, where they represent their sponsor, Peterson Tuners, and bluegrass music, giving Daniel a chance

  • Still Small Voice from Nu Blu

    Nu-Blu is starting 2017 with a new single, from an upcoming new album, with their new label. The single is Still Small Voice, written by Devin Bell, Jimmy Fortune, and Tony Lopacinski, which Bell recorded several years ago as a rockin'

  • Nu-Blu living the dream

    It just was last year that Nu-Blu’s song That’s What Makes The Bluegrass Blue was the most played song on SiriusXm’s Bluegrass Junction. While it may appear that are a ‘Nu’ band, they are not a new band at all. Daniel and

  • Cold rain comes to Lake Havasu

    This report on the 14th annual Bluegrass On The Beach festival in Lake Havasu, AZ is a contribution from David VanGelder. While the blizzards and cold from back East may have risen to more spring-like temperatures, there was still no comparison to

  • Clint White to Nu-Blu

    Clint White has announced that he is leaving The Roys, where he has played fiddle with the band this past five years. He is moving to North Carolina to work with Nu-Blu. Lee Roy spoke for both he and sister Elaine in

  • Milom Williams II to Nu-Blu

    Nu-Blu has announced Milom Williams II as their new mandolinist. He's a red-headed, 24-year-old southpaw from South Carolina who is a capable multi-instrumentalist, singer, and songwriter. He takes the spot recently vacated by Austin Koerner . Milom has worked previously in bluegrass with The Watkins

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