• Brian Aldridge departs Sideline

    Sideline has announced the departure of their mandolinist and a primary vocalist, Brian Aldridge. He has been with the band this past two years. North Carolina bluegrass fans had watched Brian grow up on stage. His dad, Mike Aldridge, was a member

  • Thursday photos from MACC

    The 2016 Musicians Against Childhood Cancer (MACC) festival is taking place this week at the Hoover Y Park in Columbus, OH. Darrel and Phyllis Adkins’ annual event is held in memory of their daughter, Mandy Adkins, who passed away from an inoperable

  • Photos from Gettysburg 2016

    We were fortunate once again to have Frank Baker on hand during the 72nd Gettysburg Bluegrass Festival this past weekend in Pennsylvania. Here is the first of several galleries of photos he shared from the festivities.

  • Florida Bluegrass Classic wrap up

    Friday morning at the first Florida Bluegrass Classic was kicked off by Martin guitar expert, Bill Anderson, doing a workshop on the construction and maintenance of Martin guitars. Florida band, Wry Whiskey were first up on followed by Virginia’s Nothin’ Fancy

  • Sideline talks Session 2

    Sideline is a powerful group of seasoned pros which have been getting busier and busier since this "side project" became a main gig for its members. The current edition of Sideline consists of Steve Dilling, Skip Cherryholmes, Jason Moore, Brian Aldridge,

  • Last batch from Gettysburg 2015

    Here is our final gallery of photos from the Spring 2015 edition of the Gettysburg Bluegrass Festival. Many thanks to Frank Baker for sending such lovely images. Be on the lookout for his photos from the Loudon Bluegrass Festival coming

  • Mountain Girl from Sideline

    Sideline is one of those groups that bluegrass has seen many of in its short history. They started out as a special project band, getting together a few times each year as the members, many of whom were otherwise committed

  • 2015 Roscoe Canady Memorial Bluegrass Festival

    Ernie and Debi Evans continue their whirlwind pace in the Florida bluegrass community. Thursday brought an open mic night to the Roscoe Canady Memorial Bluegrass Festival in Waldo, FL. The audience enjoyed listening to music provided by local bands and