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.
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JT Gray the owner and promoter of the legendary Station Inn has passed away this past week aged 75 yerars.
The 63rd Annual Grammy Awards have already started announcing the winners of select categories in their pre-telecast ceremony, including categories in the country, bluegrass and Americana genres.
Rick Faris has announced his departure from IBMA award-winning Bluegrass group, Special Consensus. In the 11 years...
We learned this week of the passing of Kentucky born master banjo maker Jimmy Cox aged 87.
Bluegrass Unlimited now features instructional content on their website.
Bluegrass Music Hall of Fame & Museum will host Kentucky State Fiddle Championship On Saturday, March 20th the...
Officials at Walnut Valley Association (WVA) have announced that registration for the 49th Walnut Valley Festival acoustic instrument championships officially open on January 14, 2021
The California Bluegrass Association invites you to join Abigail Washburn, Bela Fleck, Laurie Lewis, and Kathy Kallick in the first-ever Free Bluegrass 48-Hour Livestream Jam-a-Thon.
Renowned guitar player and bluegrass music pioneer Tony Rice has passed away this Christmas Day 2002.
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.
John Hartford was an American original. He was a musician, songwriter, steamboat pilot, author, artist, disc jockey, calligrapher, dancer, folklorist, father, and historian.