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Flatt Lonesome‘s episode of Bluegrass Underground airs this week on PBS! Check your local listings for times/days! Bluegrass Underground Schedule: http://www.pbs.org/bluegrass-underground/tv-schedule/
Billy Blue Records is proud to announce the addition of award-winning bluegrass group Joe Mullins & The Radio Ramblers (JMRR)to its growing roster. The announcement was made live from the stage of the Southern Ohio Indoor Music Festival in Wilmington, hosted by JMMR.
Michael Cleveland was honored to perform Johnny Gimble’s “Gardenia Waltz” for his induction into the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum!
During an annual event honoring their rich bluegrass heritage, Liberty Square: A Lester Flatt Celebration, the City of Sparta, Tennessee recognized the achievements of Josh Swift by inducting him into their Bluegrass Hall of Fame. Sparta, Tennessee’s Bluegrass Hall of Fame was launched in 2009 with the induction of Lester Flatt, Benny Martin, and Blake Williams, […]
After an incredibly successful career of touring and recording that has resulted in becoming one of bluegrass music’s most talked about bands of the last decade, Flatt Lonesome has decided to take an indefinite hiatus from professional touring to focus on the wonderful life changes happening for them personally. The band will honor their scheduled commitments through […]
Five-Time IBMA Award-Winning Band To Release Label Debut in Early 2019 Acclaimed bluegrass sextet Flatt Lonesome has signed with Rounder Records. In making the announcement, Rounder co-founder Ken Irwin said, “All of us at Rounder are thrilled to be working with Flatt Lonesome, one of the most charismatic and creative young groups around. They […]
Mountain Fever Records announces new music from Alan Bibey & Grasstowne is available today. “Gonna Rise And Shine” is the first single from an all-gospel album due later this fall. Lauded as one of the finest mandolin players in recent decades, Alan Bibey has proven himself a viable band leader and vocalist, as well. On […]