Australian Bluegrass News
The Davidson Brothers Australian Bluegrass Scholarship for 2021 has been awarded to guitarist, Jacob McGuffie.
We learn today that Bluegrass Parkway now have all of our recordings available for download through the Band Camp website.
She’s known as Australia’s Queen of Bluegrass and she’s placing her shining crown soundly on the mantle at Nashville’s Billy Blue Records. Kristy Cox has topped the Billboard charts and is a multiple winner of Australia’s CMAA Golden Guitar Awards. In 2014, she was...
One of Bluegrass music's most awarded bands, Russell Moore & IIIrd Tyme Out, are heading into the 2021 touring season and their 30th Anniversary with a new member, Kevin McKinnon on bass. McKinnon replaces Dustin Pyrtle who has performed with the band since 2018....
Noted musician and photographer, Phil Zimmerman, has donated his entire collection of historic bluegrass-related photographs and early recordings to the Bluegrass Music Hall of Fame & Museum.
JT Gray the owner and promoter of the legendary Station Inn has passed away this past week aged 75 yerars.
Since their arrival on the scene in 2015, Nefesh Mountain has been hailed as one of today’s formative boundary-pushing bluegrass Americana bands.
With the collaboration of 16 musicians from 10 different countries, Beyond the Tagus River is a bridge between continents, between the past and the future, that unites through the friendship of all who love this style of music.
The International Bluegrass Music Association’s Board of Directors announced that Pat Morris has been selected as the organisation’s Executive Director. He’s expected to start May 24, and will be based at the IBMA office in Nashville, Tennessee. IBMA – the...
Official Showcases are the premier platform for new bluegrass music during IBMA World of Bluegrass. Applications are now open.
Bluegrass Country radio broadcasts bluegrass, old time and Americana music 24/7 at 88.5FM HD2 in Washington, DC and streams worldwide at bluegrasscountry.org.