With their classic 1972 album, ‘Will The Circle Be Unbroken’, Nitty Gritty Dirt Band staged the ultimate picking session with their bluegrass heroes.
The song, by Vince Gill, Randy Scruggs and Earl Scruggs, previews a set featuring covers of Graham Nash, Richard Thompson and many others.
Woodstock may be the best-known rock festival, but is likely that the Ozark Music Festival held over the weekend of 19-21 July 1974 was bigger.
One of the best soundtracks ever released, ‘O Brother, Where Art Thou?’, won three Grammys and introduced a whole new audience to bluegrass music.
14-time Grammy winner and Union Station member Dan Tyminski, now simply Tyminski, broadens his sound on the Southern Gothic album.
Steve Martin's “other” career as a bluegrass artist continues with the 22 September 2017 release of The Long-Awaited Album with the Steep Canyon Rangers.
Jerry Douglas, dobro and lap steel master and longtime member of Union Station, releases What If with his Jerry Douglas Band on 18 August 2017 on Rounder.
Fans of Bill Monroe, the country pioneer known as “The Father of Bluegrass Music,” are to have the unique opportunity to own his name, image and likeness.
Ralph Stanley, one of the forefathers of bluegrass and country music, passed away on Thursday (23) at the age of 89. He had been suffering from skin cancer.
The Earls Of Leicester, the bluegrass sextet whose first, self-titled 2014 album won a Grammy, will follow it with the 15 July release of Rattle & Roar.
Music with roots in Europe, via the Appalachian Mountains and the backroads of America that is as popular today as ever. It really is OK to like Bluegrass…