• Can I Get A Volunteer?

    Can I Get A Volunteer, the single from country artist Heather Jakeman may not be a sensation yet in Nashville, but you can bet it will be getting a lot of attention in Knoxville this Fall. It turns out that the song

  • Seth Taylor in the studio

    Seth Taylor, lead guitarist with Dailey & Vincent, is in the studio completing his first solo project in Nashville, with Jim VanCleve producing. The 20 year old wunderkind first hit the scene playing with Pine Mountain Railroad while he was still in high

  • The Picking Dead: Bluegrass and Zombies

    One of the most popular cable series of the past few years has been AMC's The Walking Dead. Based on the popular graphic novels of the same name, this dramatic series deals with the psychology of human relationships following a fictitious

  • Seth Taylor to Dailey & Vincent

    Nashville is a town where dreams go to die. Week after week, buses disgorge aspiring superstars with three things in common. They're young, they're talented, and they'll never have a career in music. But sometimes, talented youngsters do find their way

  • Poison Cove – Milan Miller

    While most bluegrass albums contain at least a few updated versions of old standards, there’s also some great new original music coming out these days. Milan Miller, the writer behind recent fan favorites Caney Fork River (Balsam Range) and Pretty

  • New look for Mountain Heart

    Mountain Heart has released video of newest member Seth Taylor's first shows with the band. The barely-legal guitarist has just joined up after a stint with Monroeville while still in school. The guys captured footage on stage and behind the scenes as

  • Seth Taylor to Mountain Heart

    Seth Taylor, late of Monroeville, has been announced as the new guitarist with Mountain Heart, though the band is preferring to label him the latest musician to join up with them. In a statement this morning, Mountain Heart welcomed Taylor into

  • Seth Taylor with Pine Mountain Railroad

    After reporting yesterday about Dale Perry joining up to play bass with Grasstowne, I contacted Pine Mountain Railroad to see who had stepped into the banjo spot that Dale had vacated. We heard right back from bass player Bill McBee, with