• New video blog from Farewell Drifters

    The Farewell Drifters have posted a new video blog, wherein the guys successfully negotiate the drive through at Cookout, jam out on stage, and utilize a B-bender Telecaster. Zach Bevill is also captured in a pensive moment with his guitar. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VB6A4lYNhUw

  • Tuesday night at IBMA

    Appearing on Tuesday's official showcase, The Farewell Drifters put on a show sure to continue the what-is-bluegrass and what-belongs-at-IBMA debate. After an earlier release from the group that had clear bluegrass ties, including a Scruggs-style banjo component, the Drifters have moved in

  • Welcome Jackson Bevill and Colter Britt

    I have long believed that The Farewell Drifters had a flair for publicity, but seeing baby boys of two founding members born heading into IBMA week is clearly the topper. Arranging all that takes us into an area of examination

  • Little Boy video from Farewell Drifters

    The Farewell Drifters, complete with mod Beatles haircuts, have a music video for Little Boy, shot live in the living room of mandolinist Joshua Britt. The video is a track from their current release, Echo Boom, created for the new online

  • Echo Boom Studio Sessions Vol 1

    Today is the day for the new CD from The Farewell Drifters, Echo Boom. Like they did with their previous album, Yellow Tag Mondays, the guys will be releasing a number of videos to showcase the various tracks, and share information

  • New video from The Farewell Drifters

    Nashville alt-grassers The Farewell Drifters have released a music video for We Go Together, a track from their upcoming Echo Boom CD, due June 7 on Thirty Tigers/Sony Red. The guys have let a few live performances out on video, but

  • Farewell Drifters – Echo Boom

    The Farewell Drifters are looking at June 7 for the release of Echo Boom, their second album for Crash Avenue, and fourth overall. Their music has always been based on original songs written by the members, and this new project continues

  • Two great performances from Woodsongs

    The Woodsongs Old-Time Radio Hour has featured both up-and-coming and established bluegrass acts for as long as they have been on the air. What started as a simple radio program in Lexington, KY - hosted by folksinger Michael Jonathan -