• SteelDrivers put the Hammer Down

    Listening to music from the SteelDrivers is a lot like watching an episode of NCIS. You know it’s only a matter time until a body turns up. With its third release on Rounder Records, Hammer Down, the band doesn’t waste any

  • Hammer Down premieres at Pop Matters

    The Steeldrivers' upcoming Rounder album, Hammer Down, is being offered as a live stream through the mega pop culture site, PopMatters. There you can not only hear the entire project in its entirely, you can read an interview with the band

  • Free track from The Steeldrivers

    Rounder is giving away a free track from the upcoming Steeldrivers release, Hammer Down, due to hit on February 5. This is their first recording with the latest iteration of the band, with Gary Nichols on guitar and lead vocals, Tammy

  • Hammer Down from The Steeldrivers

    Rounder will be releasing their third project from The Steeldrivers, Hammer Down, on February 5, 2013. This will be the first album from the newly-reconstituted band. Original members Richard Bailey on banjo, Mike Fleming on bass, and Tammy Rogers on fiddle recorded

  • A new chapter for The Steeldrivers

    In the wake of Mike Henderson's exit, Steeldrivers fiddler/vocalist Tammy Rogers shared some thoughts yesterday on the next chapter of the band's evolution. She said right up front that Mike's announcement caught the band completely off guard. "It was a surprise -

  • Mike Henderson moves on

    I had the chance yesterday to speak with Mike Henderson, founding member of The Steeldrivers, who recently announced his plans to leave the group. In his December 8 message to fans, details were sparse. But Mike tells us that there isn't

  • Mike Henderson exits The Steeldrivers

    Founding member Mike Henderson has announced his departure from The Steeldrivers. More details are expected from the band next week, but for now, this note from Mike on his web site is all that we have. Dear Friends and Fans, It sure has

  • Steeldrivers in USA Today

    USA Today is running a story about five musical artists they feel are "under the radar" at the Grammys this year. One of their picks is bluegrass' own Steeldrivers. The story features a short introduction to the band, giving a brief