• The Scoville Units

    Thanks to our friends at ukbluegrass.com, I discovered an interesting new band, The Scoville Units. Their music is a clever mix of Celtic and bluegrass influences, played by a group of talented musicians with an adventurous musical spirit. The band consists

  • C-Sky interviewed at ukbluegrass.com

    Our friends at ukbluegrass are looking forward to the appearance of one of the hottest new groups in bluegrass today, Cadillac Sky, at this year's Didmartin Bluegrass Festival at the end of the month. The 20th iteration of this event

  • British sisters compete on BBC

    Our friends at ukbluegrass.com have been following the success of The Carrivick Sisters as they compete on the Upstaged show on BBC. The program is a talent show with such odd twists as having contestants perform for hours in a

  • Milestone for ukbluegrass.com

    Congratulations to our friends at ukbluegrass.com! They have just completed their first year online promoting British Bluegrass, and are celebrating with a giveaway for their UK readers. Prizes are drawn from recent releases from a number of prominent bluegrass Brits (Howard

  • John Lowell interview on ukbluegrass.com

    Our friends at ukbluegrass.com have recently published a lengthy piece on guitarist, singer and songwriter John Lowell. John will be on the faculty of the 2008 Sore Fingers bluegrass camp in England, where he will teach songwriting. The article covers a

  • UK Bluegrass interviews Brian Wicklund

    UKBluegrass.com recently posted an interview with fiddle player, and instructor, Brian Wicklund. The interview centers around the instructional website BluegrassCollege.org. Brian was one of the founders of the site and continues to teach fiddle lessons online as one of the

  • Brits report on EWOB

    ukbluegrass.com has first hand reports on the recently-concluded European World Of Bluegrass in The Netherlands. Two British bands traveled to Voorthuizen to participate in the EWOB, and each wrote of their time at the convention. Both EWOB veterans, The New Essex

  • Ickes, Pikelny, Driessen on YouTube

    After teaching at Sore Fingers Week in England earlier this month, Rob Ickes, Noam Pikelny and Casey Driessen did some touring in the UK as The Nashville Acoustic All Stars. The folks at ukbluegrass.com posted yesterday with links to three video

  • UK Bluegrass has Sore Fingers

    Our friends at UKBluegrass.com just let us know that they have posted to their blog an interview with John and Moira Wirtz who organize Europe's largest bluegrass/old time music camp, Sore Fingers. The camp has been running each year since