• The Chapmans video bio online

    We heard recently from Jeremy Chapman of The Chapmans, who wanted to share a video bio of the band that they have posted on YouTube. It runs just over minutes and is entitled The Family Business. In the video, the boys

  • Rob Ickes and his Ickes model guitar

    Wechter Guitars has posted two new videos on YouTube, both of which show reso-master Rob Ickes test driving a new 6535R Wechter/Scheerhorn resonator guitar - the Rob Ickes signature model. The video was shot in a hotel room at last

  • YouTube clips of Kids On Bluegrass

    Regular readers of Bluegrass Today know that we always like to highlight the efforts of young bluegrass musicians - and the people who assist them in learning to play. We have a number of stories we would like to share

  • Steep Canyon Rangers video bio

    The Steep Canyon Rangers have put together an 8 minute video bio to introduce themselves, and their upcoming Rebel release, Lovin' Pretty Women, to the YouTube audience. The video includes a live performance of the title track from the new

  • Station Inn Documentary Trailer

    Some time ago a documentary film about the Station Inn was produced by a friend of mine in Nashville. That film has yet to find it's way to DVD, but it is in the process. Nathan emailed me yesterday to

  • StringNation video on YouTube

    Compass Records has launched a YouTube channel to promote the many fine artists who record for the label. They intend to feature music videos, concert footage and even funny moments with Compass artists. The first video is a live performance from

  • Grisman sues…everyone

    We recently told you about the law suit filed by David Grisman's Dawg Music (Acoustic Disc) label against online video sharing site YouTube.com. It appears that's not the only lawsuit he's filed recently. He's also suing Universal Music Group and

  • Grisman sues YouTube

    In the first case I'm aware of involving a bluegrass artist, mandolinist David Grisman has filed suit against online video sharing website, YouTube. From large media conglomerates such as Viacom to soccer leagues, many have filed similar suits since Google's

  • Wechter Guitars on YouTube

    The folks at Wechter Guitars have put together a video called Crafting Wechter Guitars, shot by award-winning photojournalist Mark Bugnaski. It is available for viewing (in two parts) on YouTube. The video shows craftsmen at work in the Wechter shop, and