• The Madness & The Mandolin

    Kelley Gibson is the 23-year old son of Eric Gibson of the award-winning Gibson Brothers, and a talented bluegrass musician in his own right.  His father notes that Kelley was, “messing around with little guitars and ukuleles from the time he

  • Jesse Brock leaving The Gibson Brothers

    After a highly successful 5 year run, Jesse Brock has announced that he is relinquishing his spot on mandolin with The Gibson Brothers. The announcement comes as the brothers have embarked on a newly-formatted tour in support of their most

  • Gibson Brothers team up with Norman Adams

    Norman Adams' name has become almost synonymous with bluegrass festivals. For 43 years he has been putting on bluegrass weekend events across the southeastern US, including the big holiday shindigs over Thanksgiving and New Years in Myrtle Beach and Jekyll

  • Eric Gibson sez “Vote for Leigh!”

    Leigh and Eric Gibson When the IBMA Awards nominees were announced last week, Gibson Brothers fans rejoiced to see both Eric and Leigh Gibson's names on the ballot for Male Vocalist of the Year. It is a high honor for both

  • Q&A with Katy Daley – The Gibson Brothers

    Here is Katy's interview with Eric and Leigh, The Gibson Brothers, about their latest album, In The Ground, due February 17 on Rounder Records. She takes them through each of the tracks for something of a verbal preview. KD: We’ve been

  • In The Ground from the Gibsons in February

    Rounder Records has announced February 17, 2017 as the release date for In The Ground from The Gibson Brothers. This will be the first album of all original material written by Leigh and Eric Gibson which the brothers will have released.

  • Thursday at the Milan Bluegrass Festival

    Thursday dawned bright and sunny at the Milan Bluegrass Festival. Ohio band Sugar Creek Bluegrass added the high energy of a group of young siblings to the sunshine. The energy continued with the old time sound of the Wayfarers. Blue Highway

  • Ring The Bell for Chet O’Keefe

    Another member of our extended bluegrass family has suffered a loss from fire, perhaps the most fearsome and unforgiving predator we can face, Chet O'Keefe from Washington state, who wrote Ring The Bell for The Gibson Brothers, had been loading his trusty road