• From the Storyteller himself

    This post is a contribution from Terri Holloway, one of our 2010 IBMA correspondents. She offers a second interview with Tom T Hall. See Dr Tom Bibey's earlier conversation with Hall here. I was invited to observe and write about a

  • IBMA 2010 Odds and Ends

    This post is a contribution from David Morris, one of our 2010 IBMA correspondents. Photos for this post are from Roy Swann. Some stray notes and riffs from the World of Bluegrass conference this week in Nashville: WHAT IS THAT? Hang around

  • Tom T and Miss Dixie

    This post is a contribution from Tom Bibey, one of our 2010 IBMA correspondents. You can see his profile here. Miss Dixie and Tom T. Hall are legendary country music artists who have carved out yet another legacy with their work

  • Spring 2009 BMP has arrived

    The May/June edition of Bluegrass Music Profiles helped to fill the mail box this past Saturday morning. This latest edition of the glossy bi-monthly magazine has as its main feature a six-page, wide-ranging profile of that prolific bluegrass song writing duo

  • Last Day of Galax

    Johnny Williams released his most recent CD, Last Day of Galax, in August but we didn't get a copy until this week. It clearly shows why Johnny has earned his reputation as among the most expressive singers of traditional bluegrass

  • Tom T. Hall enters Country Music Hall of Fame

    This past Sunday evening, Tom T. Hall was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame, along with the Statler Brothers. Tom T. has long been associated with bluegrass music. He got his start playing in a bluegrass band. He spent

  • Before Bluegrass

    Heather Berry is known to bluegrass fans as one of the award winning Daughters of Bluegrass. She put her first band together when she was 12 and recorded a CD titled Reflections of the Past. In 2006 she released To

  • Tom T. on Josh Williams

    Josh Williams unveiled his new band last Saturday at The Station Inn in Nashville. It was their first public performance, and a good many of Nashville's bluegrass folks were on hand. Among them was veteran songwriter and bluegrass entrepreneur Tom T.