• Double banjos on Ellen

    Tony Trischka is in Los Angeles today to tape an appearance for The Ellen DeGeneres Show with banjo picking comedian/actor Steve Martin. This show is set to air on Thursday, February 8. Times vary from one market to another. They will

  • Two great reviews for Tony Trischka

    Tony Trischka picked up a couple of great reviews from major city papers over the weekend for his new CD, Double Banjo Bluegrass Spectacular. They appeared in Sunday's Charlotte News & Observer, and The Washington Post as well

  • NPR Trischka piece online

    The Tony Trischka piece on NPR's Weekend Edition which Brance mentioned on Saturday can now be heard online. It ran earlier today on most NPR radio affiliates. Tony appeared along with Steve Martin and Bela Fleck to discuss his new Rounder

  • Tony Trischka on NPR

    This Sunday NPR's Weekend Edition will feature Tony Trischka in an interview and performance segment. The segment will air at 9:40 AM ET on Sunday January 21, 2007. It will be repeated at 11:40 AM and 1:40 PM the same

  • Tony Trischka and Noam Pikelny video online

    We've posted a few times recently about the upcoming Rounder project from banjoist Tony Trischka, Double Banjo Bluegrass Spectacular. It features Tony paired in the studio with some of the most celebrated banjo players alive, including Earl Scruggs, Bela Fleck,

  • Bluegrass fusion at The Blue Note

    The legendary New York jazz club, Blue Note, will host six days of jazz/bluegrass fusion next month. Bill Evans' Soulgrass is booked January 23-28, with Sam Bush on mandolin and Tony Trischka on banjo. They join noted jazz saxophonist Evans

  • Tony Trischka talks about his new CD

    We posted last week about the upcoming project from Tony Trischka, Double Banjo Bluegrass Spectacular, which will feature Tony in duets with Earl Scruggs, B?©la Fleck, Steve Martin, Alison Brown, Tom Adams, Bill Emerson, Kenny Ingram, Scott Vestal and Noam

  • Bill Evans on Hardly Strictly Bluegrass

    The following is a contribution from Bill Evans, well-known banjo picker, educator and semi-regular contributor here on Bluegrass Today. I'm just back - and completely exhausted! However, I wanted to share these pictures and relate a little bit of the magic