• Rhonda and the Hag – meant to be

    This bluegrass story of coincidence and kismet comes from the Queen of Bluegrass herself, Rhonda Vincent, about how she came to finally meet one of her idols, the great Merle Haggard. On Tuesday, January 27, 2015, Rhonda Vincent & The Rage

  • Jeckyll Island 2015

    The 39th edition of the Jekyll Island, Georgia Bluegrass Festival was opened by The Clinton Gregory Bluegrass Band, a Georgia group. The James King Band was next up, with Don Rigsby filling in on mandolin The Spinney Brothers from Nova Scotia brought

  • 2014 Bluegrass Radio Airplay Chart

    Once again, we have compiled all of our Bluegrass Today Weekly Airplay Charts to create a chart for the past year. It's great to see new artists, established headliners, and rising stars all represented Here's our 2014 list, showing the ranking

  • Johnny Vincent remembered 

    Johnny Lee Vincent was born into the musical Vincent family on October 18, 1940, at Button Ridge, Missouri, the fourth and youngest child of Bill and Erma Vincent. As a young boy, he loved to play baseball and other outdoor activities

  • Johnny Vincent passes

    Johnny Vincent, a life-long bluegrass performer, and father of Darin and Rhonda Vincent, died this morning after a long illness. He was the banjo player for the Vincent family's bluegrass band, The Sally Mountain Show, when Rhonda and Darin were young.

  • Bluegrass and Chili Festival 2014

    The Bluegrass and Chili Festival in Claremore, OK celebrated it's 35th anniversary by bringing in some of bluegrass music's top names and the thousands of fans who attended didn't pay one cent to attend. The Grascals, Mountain Heart, Ricky Skaggs and Kentucky

  • Bluegrass Today Weekly Airplay Chart – 8/8/14

    Our August 8 Weekly Airplay chart is out, and Larry Sparks has returned to the #1 position with Bitterweeds from his 50th Anniversray album, Lonesome and Then Some. The Bluegrass Brothers also return to the Top 5 with Memories Of My Childhood, tied with Rhonda Vincent's