Join the festivities underground on Sunday, June 30th, for an extraordinary evening at The Caverns as we commemorate the golden anniversary of the iconic bluegrass ensemble, Old & In the Way. This special event features a once-in-a-lifetime performance by founding member Peter Rowan and the talented Sam Grisman Project, fronted by Sam Grisman, son of David Grisman, another original band member.

The String Cheese Incident is thrilled to share “Roll Around The Sun,” a nearly 10-minute, epic journey and exploration of rhythm and song. “Roll Around The Sun” was co-written by Jason Hann (SCI percussionist) and Brian Chapman (Zoo People) and features lead vocals by SCI’s electric mandolin player Michael Kang. The song itself is a musical voyage with twists and turns, much like any voyage, even life itself.

Only a few years ago, songwriter Benjamin Tod, along with his wife and bandmate Ashley Mae, thought that their Lost Dog Street Band had run its foreseeable course. They closed up shop and Tod focused his efforts on recording solo music, but old loves linger and eventually find a way. “I thought I was done with Lost Dog, but after recording my solo album, I looked over all the songs that I had ready for a new record,” remembers Tod. “These were songs for my band.

Following the pointed, foreboding mood and expansive instrumentation of his take on John Hiatt’s “Lift Up Every Stone,” Mountain Home Music Company’s Tray Wellington returns to the newgrass instrumental side of the street with his latest single, “Blue Collared Dog and His Green Eyed Friend” — and if the title seems idiosyncratic, the explanation for it reveals something about the banjo player’s creative process:

GRAMMY® nominated, CMA Award-winner, and soon-to-be newest member of the Grand Ole Opry, T. Graham Brown, is excited to announce a brand new studio album titled ‘From Memphis to Muscle Shoals,’ which is set to drop on Friday, August 2nd via Warner Music Group-ADA.

For a man about to put out his 37th album, Jim Lauderdale still has the glimmer in his eye of the young man who first made his way to Nashville back in 1979. Actively writing and recording music for the past four-plus decades, Mr.

Today marks a significant milestone for renowned funk/jam band Pigeons Playing Ping Pong, as they release their much-anticipated seventh studio album, Day In Time. Known for their electrifying live performances and dedicated fanbase, the Maryland quartet continues to redefine the boundaries of funk, rock, and psychedelic groove with their latest studio effort.

Chris Stapleton’s take on Tom Petty’s “I Should Have Known It,” from the forthcoming Petty Country: A Country Music Celebration of Tom Petty, debuts today with an accompanying audio video that features vintage photos of Petty—watch/share HERE.

Critically acclaimed Australian guitarist Hamish Anderson is thrilled to announce the release of his powerful new single, "Late in the Evening," available for streaming and pre-save now. This track is the spearhead of his eagerly awaited album, ELECTRIC, set to electrify audiences later this year.

The vibrant sounds of early jazz, swing, and blues will fill the air as Gotham Jazz Festival returns to New York City for its annual celebration on April 28th. Presented by Prohibition Productions and New York Hot Jazz Camp, this premier event will showcase over 100 musicians and 20 bands, including renowned acts such as The Hot Sardines, Catherine Russell, and Bria Skonberg.