Michigander turned Nashvillian Lindsay Lou joined Infamous Stringduster bassist Travis Book on Wednesday night for the third installment of The Travis Book Happy Hour.
DelFest has announced the addition of Greensky Bluegrass, Infamous Stringdusters, The Dawg Trio with David Grisman, Danny Barnes, Sam Grisman and many more to the 11th annual DelFest, which takes place May 24-27 at the Allegany County Fairgrounds in Cumberland, Md.
Tucked away in the cool mountains of North Plains, Oregon, Horning’s Hideout provided the perfect scenic escape for a weekend of bluegrass euphoria at the 15th annual Northwest String Summit, hosted by Nederland, Colorado’s Yonder Mountain String Band.
The heat was persistent throughout the weekend at the 13th annual ROMP festival in Owensboro, Kentucky with temperatures firmly cemented in the 90s, but even more persistent were the musicians and fans who battled vigorously throughout each day to spread the love and joy of music and community that you can only find in a festival environment.
Fresh off the release of their new EP ‘Cut & Run’, Belleville, Illinois’ Old Salt Union helped christen the new Willie’s Locally Known in Lexington, now located on Southland Drive on the old Show Me’s lot. They were joined by Nashville duo Sally and George; Houston’s Whiskey Shivers and Lexington’s own The Wooks.
While at Suwannee Springfest, I got the opportunity to sit down with Kellen Asebroek (rhythm guitar, piano, vox) and Jay Cobb Anderson (lead guitar, harmonica, vox) of Portland folk-rockers Fruition to discuss their humble beginnings, Red Rocks, new album, and much more.
Kicking off their spring 2016 tour in the Bluegrass, the Nashville-based Old Crow Medicine Show returns to Lexington Wednesday, March 30 and Thursday, March 31 for a two-night run of American roots music at UK’s Singletary Center for the Arts.
For the second time in three years Cincinnati’s pride and joy, Rumpke Mountain Boys, will return to the Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park in Live Oak, Florida for the 20th annual Suwannee Springfest to cut a ribbon on festival season.
Thursday night local bluegrass quintet The Wooks will bring their home-brewed blend of mountain music to The Green Lantern — the group’s first visit to the bar that’s been a mainstay in Lexington for over 60 years.
I sat down with Blue Moon Soup’s Robbie Marion to discuss the band’s evolution, their latest album “Luna” and the recording process, and much more!
The Infamous Stringdusters joined forces with the Larry Keel Experience and Rumpke Mountain Boys for a star-studded show in Columbus.