• Bluegrass Underground moving to TV?

    Bluegrass Underground has generated quite a buzz since the concert radio program debuted in 2008. Shows are recorded before a live audience each month, with segments broadcast weekly on WSM from Nashville. The buzz comes not just from the fabulous

  • Bluegrass artists blogging the Grammies

    Both Barry Scott & Second Wind and Kym Warner of The Greencards are blogging their experiences at The Grammies this weekend. You can follow Barry and the gang's exploits starting at 5:00 p.m. today (1/30) on their Facebook page, and

  • Greencards, Dusters live on WDVX

    The Infamous Stringdusters and The Greencards will split a twin bill on Saturday's (1/16) edition of Blue Plate Special on WDVX. The two goups are touring together this weekend and will pop in for the radio show tomorrow at 2:00 p.m.

  • Cadillac Sky update

    We also heard this week from Cadillac Sky with a concise overview of the band's activities and accomplishments of late, and news of their individual activities in 2010 before they reassemble to tour in the spring. "On Dec. 3rd, it was

  • Greencards to Sugar Hill

    Sugar Hill Records has announced that international acoustic trio The Greencards have signed with the label to release their fourth CD project. Producer Jay Joyce is in the studio with the band now and the new album is expected in

  • Kym Warner interview online

    Kym Warner, hot shot mandolinist with The Greencards, was interviewed recently on Saturday Night Country, broadcast from his native Australia. He is interviewed by show host John Nutting, and speaks about the group's success of late, including finding their newest

  • The Greencards give away Collings MT mandolin

    The Greencards are a trio of young pickers on the borders of bluegrass music playing what might appropriately be termed Americana music, or as I read on one site "underground folk with a bluegrass influence." Two of the three, Warner