Annie Lou: Tried and True

By Devon Leger British Columbian roots songwriter Anne Louie Genest a.k.a. ANNIE LOU has spent years chronicling the rural lifepaths of Canada, writing songs

Henhouse Prowlers and Wild Rabbit at Nectar Lounge

HENHOUSE PROWLERS and running mate *Wild Rabbit* (formerly known as *BR’ER RABBIT*) in a *Special Election Day Bluegrass Throwdown!* What: Stomp! Hoot! Holler! VOTE!! When: *Tuesday,

The Show Ponies: Run For Your Life

By Devon Ledger There’s California sunshine in the music of Los Angeles indie Americana band The Show Ponies, even a hint of that West

Chris Jones & The Night Drivers: Live at the Old Feed Store

How do you follow an album that features three #1 and two #2 bluegrass radio hits? If you’re Chris Jones & The Night Drivers,

MIM Features Instruments Played by the Iconic “First Family of Country Music” and the “Man in Black”

The Musical Instrument Museum (MIM) in Phoenix recently unveiled exhibits honoring the Carter Family and Johnny Cash. The exhibits, located in MIM’s Artist Gallery,

Fruition teams up with Grant Farm for Meeting On The Mountain

amblin’ troubadours Fruition are back with a new EP of whiskey-laced acoustic rock blended with elements of bluegrass and Americana. Meeting On The Mountain

“Blue Roses” CD Release Show @ Mississippi Pizza

Rachael Sage will be performing at Mississippi Pizza in Portland, OR on Thursday, October 9th at 9 p.m. She is very excited to be back

The Southern Soul Assembly Tour Comes to the Northwest

Southern Soul Assembly—an artist-in-the-round performance series featuring JJ Grey, Marc Broussard, Anders Osborne and Luther Dickinson—recently announced its highly anticipated follow-up tour, set to

Becky Buller

By Jon Weisberger, Cottontown, TN Back in 2001, when I called Becky Buller’s Rest My Weary Feet “one of the stronger debuts to come along

Reso-Player Extraordinaire, Phil Leadbetter Releases The Next Move

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