• Stephanie Ledgin photo exhibition in NJ

    Award-winning journalist Stephanie Ledgin can be found “wherever the music takes me”, and wherever she goes with her pen, her trusty camera goes too.   Ledgin’s professional photographic and journalistic odyssey began in 1975, when she was hired as assistant editor

  • Stephanie Ledgin photo auction

    Award-winning photo-journalist Stephanie P. Ledgin has announced that her entire photo exhibition, From Every Stage: Images of America's Roots Music, is for sale by auction. This once-in-a-lifetime, winner-takes-all auction will reap the winning bidder 40 select custom prints from

  • From Every Stage exhibit at IBMM

    Award-winning bluegrass photographer and author Stephanie Ledgin will see images from her most recent book, From Every Stage: Images of America's Roots Music, highlighted in a new exhibit which opens on June 21 at the International Bluegrass Music Museum in

  • Stephanie Ledgin gets Charlie Lamb Award

    Here's another post from our semi-regular correspondent, Richard Thompson. He writes from England, where he is also a longstanding contributor to British Bluegrass News, a quarterly print publication where he also briefly served as editor. James E Akenson has announced that

  • Bluegrass author featured at university

    Bluegrass photojournalist and author Stephanie P. Ledgin has been asked to show her work at this year's Rutgers University Faculty Authors Exhibition at Alexander Library in New Brunswick. Ledgin, who currently serves on the IBMA board, is a former part-time

  • Bluegrass photo videos on YouTube

    Award-winning photojournalist Stephanie P. Ledgin has created a video montage of some of her images of bluegrass and roots music artists, and posted it on YouTube. She created two versions of the video, one with a bluegrass music track, and

  • Bluegrass author to be feted in NJ

    Stephanie Ledgin has worked for many years as a photographer, journalist, radio announcer, editor and event producer in the world of bluegrass, old time and folk music. Her 2004 book, Homegrown Music: Discovering Bluegrass has been heralded as a