Here is Gina Proulx’s final photo gallery from the 2013 Festy, featuring the festival’s gracious hosts, The Infamous Stringdusters, including a few of the ‘Dusters jamming with legendary guitarist John Scofield.
Time Machine, the next album from Newtown, is due to hit on November 5. It will be their first project for Pisgah Ridge, a Crossroads affiliate designed for up-and-coming bluegrass acts ready to move up to the next level.
At the end of the summer, Troy, OH welcomed one of Mumford & Sons’ Gentlemen of the Road Stopover Sessions. For two memorable days, the Gentlemen of the Road took over the city of Troy and filled it with a myriad of roots music.
Greensky Bluegrass plays Skipper's Tampa Bay Newspapers TAMPA – Before they travel to Texas for their first-ever performances at the Austin City Limits Festival, Greensky Bluegrass will bring their unique bluegrass sound to Tampa Bay audiences.
Here are a few things you can learn from Love Has Wheels by The Bankesters, their first project with Compass Records and the fifth overall from this charming family band. The Bankester girls are all grown up.
As a reviewer, few things are more satisfying than encountering an artist with who you are unfamiliar, and finding them to be as strong a contender for headliner status as anyone currently working the circuit.
Lorraine Jordan & Carolina Road's "That's Kentucky" Tops Bluegrass Charts. Kentucky Thunder's Paul Brewster is releasing a solo project – “3 Minute Heartache.” CD Release Party Next Monday Night in Nashville.
Mipso plays groovy bluegrass at Isis Asheville Citizen-Times The young bluegrass band Mipso is touring this fall with some high-profile North Carolina players, including the Steep Canyon Rangers and David Holt.
Bluegrass artist Peter Rowarn plays Isis on Nov. 5 Mountain Xpress According to a press release, " Every Tuesday evening at 7:30, the audience is invited to enjoy professional level bluegrass music on a world-class stage and sound system.
Edisto Bluegrass Fest keeps a sold-out crowd happy Charleston City Paper A bluegrass festival is a rarefied place, where cornball humor is par for the course and all the real rock stars are over 50 years old.
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