• Rhonda’s Christmas in October

    Rhonda Vincent had a dream to see her own realization of a bluegrass/country 12 Days Of Christmas, which she realized in the studio this year. She's assembled a roster of country music royalty to perform with her on a new album,

  • Stuart Duncan live at the HOF

    This weekend, the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum in Nashville will honor Stuart Duncan with a special presentation as a part of their Nashville Cats series. These events are held quarterly to recognize Music City residents for their

  • Noam and Stu promo video

    If you didn't already want to catch the upcoming Nom Pikelny and Stuart Duncan duo tour, you will after watching this five minute preview.   These two masters of their instruments will be out starting May 17, touring together through the end

  • Into My Own – Bryan Sutton

    For a great many years, Bryan Sutton has flown under a lot of people's radar. Those 'in the know,' or closely connected to the acoustic music world, recognized the fiery flatpicker as the first guitar gunslinger with Ricky Skaggs & Kentucky

  • Noam Pikelny and Stuart Duncan hit the road

    Ask any musicologist about the origins of old time and bluegrass music, and a disquisition on banjo and fiddle music won't be far behind. Particularly in the Appalachian regions where self-sufficient immigrants from the British isles and their descendants tended

  • Soggy Bottom Boys in Tennessee

    This report and photos are a contribution from Jessica Boggs, a librarian and serious bluegrass fan in East Tennessee. For fans of the movie O Brother, Where Art Thou? – or simply fans of great traditional bluegrass music – Gatlinburg’s Ole

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