• Here come The Steeldrivers

    Mixing bluegrass and blues influences in their music - rhythm'n'bluegrass, as they like to call it - is the signtaure sound of The Steeldrivers, whose debut CD is due on Rounder early in 2008. Their self-titled project features all-original music written

  • ROMP 2007 Festival

    This weekend those that are able should make plans to attend the ROMP 2007 event in Owensboro, KY. ROMP is the music festival sponsored by the International Bluegrass Music Museum (IBMM), and features a line up that will make you

  • Rounder and Borders Celebrate Bluegrass Month

    May is Bluegrass Month and Rounder Records has teamed up with Borders Books & Music to promote and celebrate bluegrass music at all Borders stores nationwide. During the entire month, when you purchase a Rounder bluegrass release you'll receive

  • Rounder Records – first release anniversary

    Today marks the 36th anniversary of the first two album releases by Rounder Records. Rounder 0001 - George Pegram and Rounder 0002 - The Spark Gap Wonder Boys were both released on October 20th, 1970. In the following 36 years Rounder

  • Bradley Walker video online

    This morning I was surfing around the net and discovered that Rounder Records has a video online about Bradley Walker. They're calling it an ecard, but it's more like a mini-documentary. It contains some obvious promotional elements, but that's ok.

  • Richard Greene reissue on Rounder

    Fiddler Richard Greene established himself as among the leading lights on his instrument when his stellar Duets album was released on Rounder in 1977. Not that he wasn't already a major player. He had done his time with Bill Monroe's

  • Dillards reissue on Rounder tomorrow

    Many a current bluegrass fan first encountered the music watching The Andy Griffith Show on television. During the early-to-mid 1960s, The Dillards appeared on this hit show in regular guest spots as The Darling Boys, hillbilly musicians who would come