• The Earl Brothers Say Goodbye To Dixie

    The Earl Brothers have always been something of a contradiction. They are based in San Francisco, usually the home of more progressive bluegrass, but their music sounds like it was discovered in an old tape canister outside of Ralph Stanley's

  • Durango Meltdown coverage at Bluegrass Today

    I’m honored to be returning to Bluegrass Today as a guest blogger in highlighting events throughout the 2014 Durango Bluegrass Meltdown. As I did with the 2013 Telluride Bluegrass Festival, I’ll attempt to gain a bit of “behind the scenes”

  • Outlaw Hillbilly – The Earl Brothers

    Many music fans may be familiar with the term “outlaw country,” which has been applied to musicians such as Waylon Jennings and Johnny Cash who wrote and recorded music which sounded completely different from the slick, pop-flavored country music which

  • White Album from The Earl Brothers

    The Earl Brothers, San Francisco's minimalist, honky-tonk, retrograss bad boys are back with a new release, their 4th self-produced project. In a major departure from their 10 year embrace of a "men in black" vibe, this new, self-titled CD is