Arhoolie Foundation has had a big year as folk there tried to adapt their mission of documenting, preserving, and celebrating roots music to the unexpected challenges we all face.
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John Hartford was an American original. He was a musician, songwriter, steamboat pilot, author, artist, disc jockey, calligrapher, dancer, folklorist, father, and historian.
Lorraine Jordan’s hit Bill Monroe’s Ol’ Mandolin remains in the top spot on Bluegrass Unlimited’s National Bluegrass Survey for a third consecutive month.
Joe Mullins has announced the departure of founding member Mike Terry from his band The Radio Ramblers. Rounding out the new lineup of Joe Mullins and The Radio Ramblers will be Jeff Parker on vocals and mandolin.
Turnberry Records has announced the mandolin player and bluegrass artist Luke McKnight has joined their growing list of quality recording artists now being represented by the agency.
Dan Miller will oversee the editorial content of the magazine and work with Hall of Fame Executive Director Chris Joslin and his staff to expand the audience for the print publication.
Bluegrass Music Hall of Fame & Museum ensures the legacy of bluegrass music’s most important publication – Bluegrass Unlimited.
Pinecastle Records announced today the signing of legendary folk-rock band The Dillards. The band is set to release its first album of original music since 1991.
James Reams documentary set for UK Film Festival James Reams has just shared news that his recent film, James Reams...
Bluegrass Music TV’s video studio The 615 Hideaway has won a Telly Award with a win for Social Media Live Event.
We learn this week that Christian Frederick Martin the IV has announced his retirement from the legendary American...
Charlie Daniels was a singer, songwriter, bandleader and a blazing fiddle player. His most prominent hit was The Devil Went Down to Georgia.