Review: Hammertowne

“In most cases, much forethought, planning, and sometimes recruiting, goes into forming a musical unit. But not in this case. This group of musicians gathered in a studio as session players on a solo effort, and something special transpired. After … Read More

The Hillbenders: Can You Hear Me?

The Hillbenders have been a rising young force in the bluegrass/newgrass scene, taking the titles at the 2009 Telluride Bluegrass Band competition and the 2010 National Single Microphone Championship. They’ve been hitting the bluegrass festival scene and livening up events … Read More

Review: Red June – Beauty Will Come

An apple review from the Big Horse Creek Farm website: “A long-time Southern favorite, Carolina Red June is believed to have originated in the early 1800’s in Tennessee. This apple has long been highly valued for its early ripening qualities. … Read More

Review: Sierra Hull – Daybreak

After listening to Daybreak numerous times to absorb the feel of it, I found such a large Alison Krauss influence that I expected to find her listed as the producer (she’s not, the album was co-produced by Barry Bales and Sierra … Read More

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