Billy Strings injects some contemporary vibes into Me/And/Dad, but this is first and foremost a back-to-the-roots album.
Crooked Tree is the Molly Tuttle record we’ve been waiting for, one that is firmly rooted in bluegrass, but imbued with her own sharp style as a guitarist, singer, and songwriter.
What unites country and hip-hop? An outlaw narrative.
A country maverick talks about becoming a bluegrass traditionalist.
I confess: I also was among those who witnessed Peter Rowan play a zillion years ago, circa 1970, when he sang like an angel with Bill Monroe and the Blue Grass Boys.
May is inevitably one of the busiest times of year on the Latin, gospel, and R&B concert calendars as promoters hold Mother’s Day’s events and try to lure audiences indoors one last time before the start of summer.