• Bluegrass Today summits Kilimanjaro

    Stan Foster, a founding visionary of the Bluegrass Radio Network with Terry Herd, and enthusiastic follower of Bluegrass Today, recently took his support to the top of Africa. While visiting his daughter Megan, a volunteer with the American Peace Corps in Rwanda, the Foster’s

  • Getting airplay for your music

    Yesterday afternoon at World of Bluegrass, WAMU's Bluegras Country Program Director Chris Teskey moderated a panel discussion with a number of bluegrass radio notables. Billed as State of the Industry: Bluegrass Radio & Charts, the primary focus of the session

  • Terry Herd at Silver Dollar City

    Bluegrass Today's Terry Herd spent several days last week in Branson, MO at the Bluegrass & BBQ festival at Silver Dollar City. While there, he recorded a number of interviews which will run in June on his syndicated radio program, Into

  • Bluegrass Today Weekly Airplay Chart

    Throughout this week, when the eyes, ears and assorted other vital organs of the bluegrass community are focused on World of Bluegrass in Nashville, we will be highlighting many of the new features of Bluegrass Today. This morning, we'll have

  • Graves Mountain Memories on Into The Blue

    This week's edition of Into The Blue, produced and voiced by award-winning broadcaster Terry Herd, will feature interviews with Carl Jackson and Mark Newton. They join Terry to discuss All Star Jam - Live At Grave's Mountain, recorded during the

  • Gulley and Stafford on Into The Blue

    This next week's syndicated broadcast of Into The Blue with Terry Herd will include an interview with Steve Gulley and Tim Stafford. They join Terry to discuss their superb new Rural Rhythm project, Dogwood Winter, and spin some of the

  • Why you should listen to bluegrass radio

    Years ago, before the advent of the iPod, I used to listen to bluegrass radio quite a bit. Once I began using iTunes, my radio listening began to decline. Most of the music I consumed came from my existing music