• Blue Highway 15 in pictures

    This past Friday night (3/12/2010) was a big night in Roanoke, VA. Bluegrass supergroup Blue Highway, performed their 15th anniversary show at the Jefferson Center in downtown Roanoke. This band has been an inspiration to many bluegrass fans and pickers,

  • Brand New Strings – No Strings Attached

    Brand New Strings is celebrating their first CD, No Strings Attached, released February 9 on Rural Rhythm. The album consists largely of original material written by band members Randall Massengill and Mike Ramsey, who penned 6 of the 13 tracks, and

  • Steve and Tim…

    Or is that Tim and Steve? Steve Gulley and Tim Stafford, two of the most widely-recorded songwriters in bluegrass today, are collaborating on a new CD for Pinecastle Records. It will feature 14 songs that the pair have written together,

  • New Grasstowne CD due

    I heard recently from Grasstowne mando man Alan Bibey, who reports that tracking for their next CD is complete. They are in the process of mixing now, and hope to have the project delivered to Pinecastle Records shortly. The album is

  • Vicki Simmons benefit show

    A benefit concert is scheduled for next weekend (11/16) for popular Kentucky musician and singer, Vicki Simmons, who suffered a stroke while hospitalized for treatment of a brain aneurysm during the summer of 2008. Vicki was a founding member of The

  • Two new Pinecastle projects

    Pinecastle Records has announced the fall release of two new recorded projects, for The Churchmen and Beth Stevens. Both show a street date of October 14, but it is likely that these new CDs will be available from the artists

  • Grasstowne Video Bio

    The guys in Grasstowne recently had a video bio completed and graciously consented to allow us to present it here for our readers. The video features interviews with Steve Gulley, Alan Bibey, and Phil Leadbetter, interspersed with performances from a festival

  • BluegrassRadio.org on the road

    Subscribers to Bluegrass Unlimited magazine may already have read the feature in the September issue on BluegrassRadio.org's Clyde Scott. The article sums up the history of Clyde's involvement in radio, and how he came to launch his 24/7 bluegrass streaming