• Steve Gulley to Dale Ann Bradley

    Steve Gulley has announced his departure from Grasstowne to fulfill a long-time dream of working regularly with Dale Ann Bradley. He will be singing and playing guitar with Bradley's band, working by her side on duo shows as well. Steve tells

  • Brad Gulley to Cumberland River

    Cumberland River has announced that Brad Gulley has joined the band on guitar. He will also provide lead and harmony vocals in the band. Brad comes by his talent naturally, as both of his parents are exceptional vocalists. His dad, Steve

  • Ocean Lakes survives Irene

    This festival report comes from T.J. Boley, who we hope will be one of our regular correspondents when the site relaunches in September. Ocean Lakes Family Campground in Myrtle Beach, S.C. would seem to be the perfect venue for a Bluegrass

  • Dale Ann video shoot

    Compass Records sent along a few behind-the-scenes photos from a video shoot last week for Dale Ann Bradley. It will result in a music video for Come Home Good Boy, the first single from her upcoming Somewhere South Of Crazy

  • Louisa Branscomb – I’ll Take Love

    Noted bluegrass/Americana songwriter Louisa Branscomb is set to release her 9th album on April 26 for Compass Records. I’ll Take Love combines Lousia's compositions with some of the finest vocalists in bluegrass (Dale Ann Bradley, Claire Lynch, Steve Gulley,

  • Grasstowne riding the rails

    Grasstowne has put together a tongue-in-cheek video to promote their new Rural Rhythm CD, Kickin' Up Dust. It finds the guys in "fat cat" mode, waxing eloquent about the joys of rail travel from a converted passenger car at the Flagler

  • Rural Rhythm showcase

    This post is a contribution from David Morris, one of our 2010 IBMA correspondents. See his profile here. At one point during the Rural Rhythm Records after-hours showcase late Tuesday night and early Wednesday morning at the World of Bluegrass conference