• Condolences to Tim White

    Bluegrass Today shares our deepest and most sincere condolences with Tim White, host of the PBS bluegrass program Song Of The Mountains, The Tim White Bluegrass Show on more than two dozen radio stations across the US, and good friend to everyone

  • Tim White keeps his promise

    Regular Bluegrass Today readers will have seen our coverage throughout the summer of the rift that developed between the Board of Directors of the Lincoln Theatre in Marion, VA and the staff of the popular bluegrass television program, Song Of

  • Bristol celebrates 30 years with music mural

    As they prepare for next month's onslaught of the Bristol Rhythm & Roots Reunion, the city of Bristol, Tennessee is hosting a anniversary celebration next week for the iconic mural facing their Downtown Center which commemorates the Bristol Sessions in 1927. Local artist

  • Tim White out at Song Of The Mountains

    Song Of The Mountains, the popular syndicated television program featuring live, on-stage bluegrass performances, is cutting ties with its host, Tim White. White, who has hosted the show from its inception in 2005 through to the current time, where it is carried

  • Song of the Mountains mural in Marion

    The town of Marion, Virgina has become a familiar one to fans of bluegrass music based on the popularity of Song Of The Mountains, a live performance television show that airs on dozens of PBS affiliates across the US. Marion

  • Larry McPeak passes

    Larry McPeake, bass player and singer with The McPeak Brothers, died this morning in Bristol, VA. He had spent the past week hospitalized and his health had been rapidly declining. He was part of the historic trio with his brothers Dewey

  • Dave Vaught hospitalized this week

    We received a note this week from Tim White, host of Song Of The Mountains on PBS, and member of popular Virginia/Tennessee band, The VW Boys. He notes that one of the members of the band has been ill. Dave Vaught

  • Bluegrass Circle Promotions links up

    Five promoters of prominent bluegrass festivals have banded together in a new venture to jointly market and publicize their events. Together they will function as Bluegrass Circle Promotions. Involved are Cory Hemilright (Outer Banks Bluegrass Festival), Lorraine Jordan (Bluegrass Christmas In the Smokies), John