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In 1997, Ricky Skaggs launched his own label, Skaggs Family Records, to take full control of his career – here, the bluegrass icon talks about recording Hearts Like Ours, and what life’s like now on Music Row.
Steve ‘N’ Seagulls will bring their unique bluegrass style to the UK for two shows at the 2015 London Acoustic Show. Held at London’s Olympia’s Conference Centre on September 12 and 13, the Finnish bluegrass folksters will appear on both days for two main stage performances and a meet-and-greet to celebrate the release of their debut album Farm Machine.
Leon Hunt counts down the ten most influential banjo players to have walked the earth…
Leon Hunt yanks the Deering Boston six-string from the hands of Taylor Swift to give you the run down on this electro-acoustic banjo, aimed squarely at guitar players. The Deering Banjo Company is a quality American brand that has gone…
He doesn’t come from Alabama, but David Mead certainly has a banjo on his knee! Whereas you might have an image in mind of the banjo’s home being somewhere in the swamp filled backwaters of America’s deep south, Fairfield banjos…
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Martin Simpson tells how swapping songs around his kitchen table with his neighbour, the ex-Pulp guitarist Richard Hawley, brought about the recording of his new solo album.
Jay ‘Ketch’ Secor and his renegades have been storming the old-time, bluegrass, string band genre for over 15 years but their latest release, Carry Me Back, is a definitive statement from the whip-smart Old Crow Medicine Show.
Two-time JUNO Award winner Old Man Luedecke releases Tender Is The Night produced by Grammy Award winner Tim OʼBrien on True North Records. Old Man Luedecke isn’t afraid to put his neck on the line. His latest album goes beyond his beloved solo, banjo-driven folk tunes.