Australian Bluegrass News
This year's Festival: November 26th-28th 2021 Applications for this year's Wirrina Festival are closing at the end of June. If you are interested in being a part of this year's line up please email the festival organisers ASAP. Last year's line up is automatically...
After hitting the open road, I travelled 160,000 miles across 48 states. What started as an exploration of America, its music, people and scenery quickly became a journey of self discovery.
The Davidson Brothers Australian Bluegrass Scholarship for 2021 has been awarded to guitarist, Jacob McGuffie.
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.
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.
Transistor Radio is the lead single from Daryl’s sophomore album for Pinecastle – Small Town Dreamer, releasing this USA fall.
The Larry Stephenson Band’s digital album has been released this week. Retrospective (LSB Live) This new album celebrates the outstanding achievements of the band’s 32-year performance career.
Here is the fiddle master himself with his famous tune Orange Blossom Special. This concert was held in Florida at the Gateway College in Feb 1990. He is supported by Skip Johns and the Travelers also from Lake City, Florida. About Chubby Wise: Robert Russell "Chubby"...
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.
While progress is being made with vaccinations and the number of new cases continues to decline, it is still too early to confirm the extent of in-person events.