Steep Canyon Rangers

Mountain Song Productions and Brevard Music Center have announced the first annual North Carolina Guitar Celebration taking place at the Whittington-Pfohl Auditorium on June 4, 2022.

Old Settler’s Music Festival is pleased to announce the first wave of bands confirmed for its 35th anniversary gathering, slated for April 21-24 — a welcome return to its usual springtime slot. The festival takes place at its permanent home in Tilmon, Texas, 12 miles southeast of Lockhart.

The 5th Suwannee Roots Revival takes place Thursday, October 14 - Sunday, October 17 at the renowned Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park (SOSMP) in Live Oak, Florida.

The Steep Canyon Rangers with Jon Stickley Trio on June 10, 2021 at Chautauqua Auditorium has been rescheduled to September 17, 2021. Please hold on to your tickets as they will be honored at the rescheduled show.

Grammy Award-winning Steep Canyon Rangers today earned a Grammy nomination for Best Bluegrass Album for North Carolina Songbook, an eight-song collection that weaves a path through the musical history of their home state of North Carolina.

GRAMMY Award-winning Steep Canyon Rangers’ highly anticipated thirteenth album, Arm In Arm, is out today on Yep Roc Records: stream/buy here.

Brooklyn Vegan premiered the video for “Take My Mind” shot live in-studio during the recording session at the iconic Southern Ground Studios in Nashville and features Oliver Wood and Michael Bearden.

GRAMMY award-winning band North Carolina-based Steep Canyon Rangers today share “Sunny Days,” the fourth track unveiled from their thirteenth album, Arm In Arm, out October 16 on Yep Roc Records.

Today, Western North Carolina-based Steep Canyon Rangers share “Honey On My Tongue,” the third track revealed from Arm In Arm out October 16 on Yep Roc Records.

Music is the lifeblood of the Triangle, and for fifty years, Carrboro’s live music venue Cat’s Cradle has been the heart that keeps it pumping. But like many independent music venues across the country, Cat’s Cradle is in trouble. With its concert calendar canceled and the building shuttered due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the club is struggling to cover rent and basic overhead costs. With the prospect of drastically reduced revenue even after shows return, there is a growing need to help it survive until things normalize.

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