Colorado’s FY5 has released a music video, a lovely animated feature for White Colored Pencil, the opening track of their brand new album, The Way These Things Go. It’s a deeply personal song from guitarist Mike Finders, which describes writing a love note using the implement described in the title.
In 2018, Junior Sisk & Ramblers Choice will mark ten years as a band. In the decade since the release of its first album, the group has experienced much success: several number one singles, numerous IBMA and SPBGMA awards, and a multi-year partnership with Chantilly Farm Bluegrass & BBQ as
A lot has changed for Bluegrass Underground heading into their eighth season of producing concerts in the subterranean caves of middle Tennessee for PBS television. The show has moved from their original location in McVinnville to a new facility called The Caverns, just a few miles down the road in
The Jungle Theater in Minneapolis, MN will start a run in January of Ishmael, a dramatic stage adaption of Moby Dick written and directed by Leo Geter. The production features a single actor, Jack Weston, in the title role, along with three musicians who perform during the show. Two of those
The Kentucky Center for Traditional Music at Morehead State University held their final concert for 2017 recently, highlighting the work of the students studying to play bluegrass and old time music at the school. Under the direction of Raymond McLain, KCTM offers a Bachelor of Arts in Traditional Music degree,