• A Few of My Favorite Things

    As a Bluegrass Today correspondent, I get to listen to a lot of music during the year. Some on CDs, some live. Some traditional bluegrass, some most definitely not. Some of it terrific, some of it, well, not so much. But

  • Songwriter to Songwriter: Town Mountain

    During World of Bluegrass week in Nashville last month, David Morris caught up with Phil Barker and Jesse Langlais, two of the primary songwriters with Town Mountain, for an episode of his Songwriter to Songwriter series. They talked about various methods to

  • Leave the Bottle – Town Mountain

    I’m not sure what the definition of bluegrass would be in words alone, but if that definition was set to music, it would probably sound something like Town Mountain’s new Pinecastle Records release, Leave the Bottle. The dozen songs here are

  • Big bluegrass night in Nashville

    Tonight (8/22) finds two venues in Music City offering special bluegrass shows. One will be available to anyone with an internet connection, while the other will be limited to folks lucky enough to be in town. At 7:00 p.m. (CDT), Music

  • Leave The Bottle From Town Mountain

    Pinecastle Records has announced September 4 as the release date for Leave The Bottle, the first release on the label from Town Mountain. The Asheville, NC band consists of Robert Greer on guitar, Phil Barker on mandolin, Bobby Britt on fiddle, Jesse Langlais on banjo

  • Bluegrass Today at ROMP

    Bluegrass Today will have a crew at ROMP this weekend in Owensboro, KY. They will be conducting interviews, taking pictures, shooting video and generally prowling about the grounds. If you're doing something there you shouldn't oughta, be careful - it might

  • Town Mountain in Norfolk

    We had a pair of photographers shooting yesterday in Norfolk, VA at the Town Mountain concert. They performed on the lawn at Norfolk's lovely Heritage Museum, and from all accounts put on a whale of a show. Thanks to Bryan Brough

  • Town Mountain videos online

    Town Mountain recorded a trio of live, in-studio videos during the Knoxville Rhythm N Blooms festival this past Spring. These videos, showcasing songs from their Steady Operator CD, are now available in HD at Live and Breathing. Here's a look at one of