• Ron Stewart lands with Seldom Scene

    Ron Stewart’s search for work didn’t last long after the Boxcars disbanded a few weeks back. Next Saturday, he’ll officially join the Seldom Scene at a show in Cincinnati, transferring his stout banjo and fiddle skills from one Grammy-nominated bluegrass

  • Places I’ve Been – Gold Heart

    Had you been thinking, "I wonder what happened to Gold Heart?" I know I had when I ran into them at the IBMA's World Of Bluegrass convention last September in Raleigh. Tori Gold, the eldest of the three singing Gold sisters

  • Ain’t That Crazy from Gold Heart

    Gold Heart has a first single out today from their upcoming Mountain Fever Album, Places I've Been. The band consists of the three Gold sisters from northern Virginia, with their dad, Trent, on bass. All three sing, with Tori on mandolin,

  • Sneak peek from Steve Gulley

    Steve Gulley has shared samples of a few tracks from his upcoming Rural Rhythm album, Family, Friends & Fellowship, due for wide release on July 22. While not an explicitly Gospel project, Gulley sees this one as an attempt to share his

  • Debut single from Megan McKamey

    Megan McKamey, a young vocalist, songwriter, and banjo player from East Tennessee, is set to release her first album, Here’s Your Goodbye, on July 15. Ahead of the full project, she has dropped the title track to radio as a single through

  • Randy Cook & Commonwealth Bluegrass Band

    There’s a certain satisfaction in pressing play and hearing straightforward, modern traditional bluegrass music. While boundary-stretching can certainly open doors to new fans and it’s always interesting to hear new innovations and styles, it’s also nice to come across a

  • Gold Heart back in the studio

    Great news for Gold Heart fans. After a five year recording drought, the Gold Sisters are back in the studio. Their fourth project will again feature all original music written by Tori, Jocey and Shelby Gold. As always, their dad Trent will

  • F&R Stewart Violins

    Poor Ron Stewart... he just doesn't have enough to do. In addition to recording and touring with The Boxcars, he is among the most in-demand producers and session players in bluegrass, on both banjo and fiddle. On off days, he works

  • New Tim Stafford album on the way

    In addition to the next Blue Highway CD, The Game, due January 21 on Rounder, guitarist Tim Stafford is starting a new solo project of his own today. He'll be recording with frequent collaborators Adam Steffey on mandolin, Barry Bales