Sierra Hull

The first week of the New Orleans Jazz Festival wrapped up on Sunday, and it was a spectacular day! Initially, there were concerns about rain, but the weather turned out perfect with clear skies and a refreshing breeze. The crowds were smaller than Saturday's, making it easier to navigate the festival grounds and access food quickly.

Often resembling a real-life musical snow globe in the California’s high Sierra, the eighth annual WinterWonderGrass-Tahoe, April 5 to 7, brought a hardy bunch of musicians – and resilient attendees – to Palisades Tahoe ski resort, in the midst of the Olympic Village that hosted the 1960 Winter Olympics.

The 2nd annual Annapolis Baygrass Music Festival takes place Saturday & Sunday, September 21-22 on the gorgeous eastern beach at Sandy Point State Park along Chesapeake Bay in Annapolis, MD. Highlighting the finest in regional and national bluegrass, jamgrass, funkgrass, and Americana music, this conservation and community-focused musical event was listed as a “Don’t-Miss Bay Music Festival'' by Chesapeake Bay Magazine.

“ALL I EVER NEED IS YOU,” the second single from the upcoming multi-artist album WE STILL CAN’T SAY GOODBYE – A Musicians’ Tribute to Chet Atkins, has been released today (Friday, April 5) to all streaming platforms via Morningstar Music Productions, with digital distribution worldwide by MVD Entertainment (see the track listing below.)  “ALL I EVER NEED IS YOU” is performed by SIERRA HULL, the 2x Grammy-nominated artist and award-winning mandolin and guitarist, songwriter and vocalist.

International Bluegrass phenom Sierra Hull brought her Tip Toe High Wire tour to St. Louis last night to the historic midwest music venue The Sheldon Concert Hall. She brought up a familiar St. Louis-based musician, her friend Devon Allman (son of Gregg Allman), and his guitarist Jackson Stokes for a spooky rendition of The Allman Brothers Band's "End of the Line." The trio brought the house down trading licks and utilizing the natural dynamics of the room.

CHET ATKINS is the most recorded solo instrumentalist in music history who traveled far to become “Mr. Guitar.” The journey took the legendary icon from Appalachian poverty to international acclaim, from utter obscurity to three Halls of Fame. He is a 14x Grammy Award winner, a Grammy Lifetime Achievement recipient, A Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and a Country Music Hall of Fame inductee.

The String Cheese Incident’s year-long 30th anniversary celebration continues. The band will make their annual pilgrimage to Red Rocks Amphitheater this coming July for three nights of music, including a special show on Sunday, July 14, featuring Bluegrass greats Sam Bush, Jerry Douglas, and Sierra Hull.

These three special nights at Red Rocks will be the band’s only Colorado appearances in 2024.

The Allman Betts Family Revival kicked off its 7th year on November 25 in Saint Louis, MO.  The first week of the star-studded tour wrapped up on the East Coast including a sellout at the Beacon in NYC where the Grammy-nominated Sierra Hull joined Devon Allman and Duane Betts for a trimmed-down spooky take on Allman Brothers 90’s classic “The End of The Line.”

Tal Wilkenfeld also celebrated her birthday in style in front of the sold-out crowd.

Northlands Music & Arts Festival is thrilled to announce the lineup for the 2024 edition of the highly-anticipated summer event. Taking place June 14-15, 2024 in the rolling hills of Swanzey, NH, the third annual festival promises to be yet another unforgettable musical experience.

Step into the Van Andel Arena, and you’d have been forgiven for thinking you'd been transported straight into the heart of the Grand Ole Opry with a dash of Madison Square Garden's wrestling flair. Billy Strings, in his larger-than-life avatar, orchestrated a 'Van Andel Scramble'—a harmonious collision of bluegrass and rock & roll on a hauntingly spectacular Halloween night.

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