Alison Krauss will join the Bluegrass Hall of Fame at the 32nd Annual IBMA Bluegrass Music Awards, to be held in September.
Woodstock may be the best-known rock festival, but is likely that the Ozark Music Festival held over the weekend of July 19-21, 1974 was bigger.
Hailed as the ‘future of Bluegrass,’ there’s nothing traditional about Strings, whose music transcends genre and flouts convention.
Margo Price, Sturgill Simpson, Jim Lauderdale, and Brittney Spencer are among the new additions confirmed for the 33rd MerleFest later this year.
One of the best soundtracks ever released, ‘O Brother, Where Art Thou?’, won three Grammys and introduced a whole new audience to bluegrass music.
The 2013 album will be available in black and limited opaque red vinyl versions on April 9.
The EP marks the fifth anniversary of the release of the Grammy-nominated album.
Opening on January 15, 'The Station Inn: Bluegrass Beacon' will run until January 2, 2022.
Widely renowned for his fast-paced flatpicking guitar style, Rice's career included collaborations with Ricky Skaggs, Jerry Garcia and The Byrds' Chris Hillman.
The film and its Grammy-winning soundtrack turn 20 this year.
With their classic 1972 album, ‘Will The Circle Be Unbroken’, Nitty Gritty Dirt Band staged the ultimate picking session with their bluegrass heroes.
The album is produced by John Leventhal, much feted for his work with Rosanne Cash, Elvis Costello and others.
The Anglo-Irish female quintet's single 'Break The Rules' precedes the album 'Shadows On the Moon,' out on 5 June.
The Common Linnets are a fabulous Dutch band formed in 2013 that plays a delightful concoction of country, bluegrass and the sweetest classic pop.
The song, by Vince Gill, Randy Scruggs and Earl Scruggs, previews a set featuring covers of Graham Nash, Richard Thompson and many others.