It’s a remarkable commentary on the character of a man when he can call upon friends and associates with the answer repeatedly being a resounding “yes.” After being diagnosed with
By Devon Leger Coming out of the California Bay Area’s red-hot roots music scene, Front Country first made waves with a rare double band competition win
Béla Fleck and Abigail Washburn, “the unofficial First Family of the Banjo” (NPR), will release their eponymous debut album October 7th on Rounder Records.
The 37 track, 2-CD set features performances from an impressive array of Ritchie’s fans and admirers, all of whom have come together to honor
The Legendary Soul Man” Sam Moore, voted one of the 100 top pop voices of all time by Rolling Stone Magazine, joins bluegrass group
Even as his collaboration with Junior Sisk, Hall Of Fame Bluegrass!, vies for three IBMA awards, southwest Ohio’s Joe Mullins is getting ready for
Everlasting Arms is an album like a biography, reading of Luke Winslow-King’s road to the current. There are snapshots of picturesque scenes that detail
When Southern-based singer-songwriter Jesse Winchester died in April 2014 after the cancer that had threatened his life in 2011 fatally recurred, he left behind
Heather Maloney and Darlingside will celebrate the release of their EP, “Woodstock,” at the White Eagle Saloon on Sept. 9th. I had the privilege
Ani DiFranco has never been afraid to take chances. DiFranco’s new disc, Allergic To Water, is another bold accomplishment and its music is her most subtle.