The IBMA Award winners sign onto legendary record label and start work on their follow-up to 2013′s They Called It Music.
The Grascals — one of the most-beloved modern Bluegrass bands — are back with their sophomore recording for Mountain Home Music Company, When I Get My Pay. Take a look here to see what we have to say about the band’s latest album here!
“Stil Standing” is the lead single from New Day Dawning. The brother/sister duo took the roots music world by storm in 2010/2011 with their first full bluegrass effort Lonesome Whistle and now are one of the top draws on the bluegrass touring circuit.
Rather than let some music go unnoticed and lost, we proudly have pulled together this collection of newly released albums from Americana, country, folk and bluegrass genres. We hope you take a look here and learn about some new music you may not have otherwise known about!
Take a listen to the International Bluegrass Music Association’s Song of the Year for 2011. The song won the award for the band Balsam Range and the songwriters Walt Wilkins, Nicole Witt and Gilles Goddard.
Grammy award winning country music vocalist and songwriter Marty Raybon has signed with one of the oldest and most-respected of roots music labels, Rural Rhythm Records, and is heading into the studio to record a new Bluegrass album to be released in early 2012.
On Thursday September 29, 2011, the Bluegrass Music community got together to honor the best and the brightest of the gerne’s stars for the 22nd Annual International Bluegrass Music Awards. Read On to find out who else won top honors at
An American band in the truest of senses, Bearfoot hails from Alaska and brings out a unique country meets rook meets Appalachia on American Story, their latest album. Read on to see what we have to say about the recording.
While bands aren’t that common in mainstream country music, they’re a staple of the Bluegrass world and most of the bands possess musical talent that is rare in any genre. Read on to find out what we think of Cumberland River.
Roots music icon Ralph Stanley is back with his latest album for Rebel Records. Does this album add to his legacy as the iconic country and bluegrass legend that he is or is merely ‘just’ another album?