• Festival of the Bluegrass unites with BOB

    The popular Lexington, KY event, Festival of the Bluegrass held during June each year, is now partnering with a number of local civic and business entities in a major expansion and rebranding for 2013 and beyond. Though the festival itself

  • Woodsongs HD Fund drive

    We've posted many times about The Woodsongs Old Time Radio Hour, and their ongoing support of bluegrass music. The program, which is now available on both radio and television, originates from Lexington, KY (deep in bluegrass country), has featured most

  • Woodsongs to BlueHighways TV

    Michael Jonathan, long-time host of the Woodsongs Old Time Radio Hour, has announced that his live music program will soon be offered to cable subscribers of BlueHighways TV. This gives the show an enviable reach, as it is already carried

  • Donna Ulisse on Woodsongs

    Donna Ulisse and a scaled-back version of her Poor Mountain Boys will make appearance tonight (10/3) on Michael Jonathan's Woodsongs Old Time Radio Hour. She will be joined by her husband, Rick Stanley on guitar and banjoist Greg Davis, both of

  • Two great performances from Woodsongs

    The Woodsongs Old-Time Radio Hour has featured both up-and-coming and established bluegrass acts for as long as they have been on the air. What started as a simple radio program in Lexington, KY - hosted by folksinger Michael Jonathan -

  • Lonesome County on Woodsongs

    Lonesome County made an appearance on The Woodsongs Old Time Radio Hour in December of last year. They perform primarily on a regional basis near their home in Michigan, and guitarist/vocalist Chad Jeremy said that he sent submissions in to Woodsongs

  • Crooked Still on Woodsongs

    We've written several times of late about Some Strange Country, the fine new CD from Crooked Still. There were a couple of videos, and a lengthy interview with banjoist Greg Liszt published here earlier this month. The band also appeared recently

  • Quebe Sisters on Woodsongs

    We've posted a few times about The Quebe Sisters, a fascinatingly retro sibling trio from Fort Worth who combine triple fiddles with tight three-part harmony on both original and classic Texas swing music. They were a smash hit at IBMA

  • Kruger Brothers on Woodsongs

    The Kruger Brothers were a guest on The Woodsongs Old-Time Music Hour earlier this month, and video from the program is now available online. Woodsongs tapes live each Monday evening from Lexington, KY with performances from an eclectic mix of

  • Doyle Lawson video from Woodsongs

    Video from Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver's appearance on The Woodsongs Old Time Radio Hour last month is available now online. Doyle and his merry band offer up a number of songs from their latest CD, Lonely Street, and as is the