"Words cannot describe the joy and humbleness we feel as we officially announce our first national TV Show, "The Dailey & Vincent Show." Sponsored by our friends at Springer Mountain Farms, we have been conceptualizing this show for years and it brings happy tears to our eyes now that our dreams have come true." - Dailey & Vincent
Rebel Records announces the release of THE BLUES IS STILL THE BLUES, a retrospective containing 15 songs selected from the four recordings made by The Traditional Grass for Rebel between 1992 and 1995.
The collection was produced by Rebel’s David Freeman along with original band members Joe Mullins and Mark Rader and reflects their keen understanding of the band’s style, its mission and goals within the bluegrass environment of the period.
The roster of artists performing at Wide Open Bluegrass StreetFest, held October 2 and 3 in Raleigh, North Carolina, includes a broad mix of local, national and international bluegrass talent.
Duo Sets New Record With 8th Consecutive Chart-Topping Album!
Beloved bluegrass group the Gibson Brothers is celebrating a previously unprecedented feat: with the ascent of their album BROTHERHOOD to the number one spot on Bluegrass Unlimited’s album chart, they become the first band in the chart’s history to reach the top spot over eight consecutive albums.
He's been called a "master performer without an expiration date" by Rolling Stone, "a cultural treasure" by the Los Angeles Times and "undeniably the most important figure in bluegrass music today" by the Chicago Tribune, and at 88 years old, the oldest living member of the Grand Ole Opry, Dr. Ralph Stanley, shows no signs of slowing down.
He recently signed an exclusive booking agreement with the booking giant, New Frontier Touring.
Sponsored by the City’s Office of Raleigh Arts, artist Bland Hoke will install an enhanced version of his “Banjostand,” a popular interactive public art project, for the International Bluegrass Music Association’s 2015 World of Bluegrass.
“Banjostand was one of the most popular aspects of last year’s World of Bluegrass. It’s a testament to how public art can engage community. I look forward to seeing what develops when the installation returns this year!," said Kim Curry-Evans, Office of Raleigh Arts’ public art coordinator.