• Merle Haggard bluegrass CD

    From Ronnie Reno, via J.D. Rhynes, who posted on the California Bluegrass Association web site, comes word that Merle Haggard is working on a bluegrass project. That CBA news posting elicited a response from Elida Ickes on the CBA message board

  • Rob Ickes on Josh Graves

    We are pleased to publish another tribute to Uncle Josh Graves, this one from the 2006 IBMA Dobro Player of the Year, Rob Ickes. I was able to go to the service on Tuesday, and it was a really nice tribute

  • IBMA Dobro Player of the Year for 2006

    The awards for artists who, on recorded and/or in-person performance during the specified time period, have shown an extraordinary mastery of their instruments. The awards go to the artists. The Dobro Player Of The Year for 2006 is: Rob Ickes web site bio audio Review past

  • Three Ring Circle on The Opry tonight

    The bluegrass radio options for the weekend are richer yet than what we already posted this morning. In addition to Cherryholmes on Sirius, Marty Raybon on XM, and Dale Ann Bradley on The Opry, Three Ring Circle is set to

  • Three Ring Circle – The Nashville Nobody Knows

    Here's an interesting podcast you might want to give a listen. This is from The Nashville Nobody Knows. Candace interviewed the guys from Three Ring Circle. Rob Ickes, Dave Pomeroy and Andy Leftwich have just released Three Ring Circle, the trio"s

  • Three Ring Circle on XM

    We just heard from Rob Ickes that Three Ring Circle recorded an interview and a live performance last week for Kyle Cantrell's Studio Sessions program on XM Satellite Radio. Kyle's show, Bluegrass Junction, is found on XM Channel 14, and

  • Three Ring Circle video on Woodsongs

    We've previously mentioned the new CD from Three Ring Circle, a side project for Blue Highway dobro man Rob Ickes, Kentucky Thunder fiddler/mandolinist Andy Leftwich, and Nashville studio bass session stalwart Rob Pomeroy. Rob emailed yesterday to let us know

  • Rob Ickes Model Wechter/Scheerhorn guitar

    Tim Scheerhorn's name is among the most reverentially uttered in the world of resonator guitars. The instruments he builds are used by many of the most highly regarded players in bluegrass and acoustic music, and the reputation and limited availability