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Introduction The Appalachian Road Show, a group celebrated for their authentic representation of Appalachian music, brings to life the rich heritage of this region through their song “Little Black Train.“ This track is a testament to the group’s dedication to preserving the musical traditions that have echoed through the mountains for generations. The Band’s Roots Appalachian […]

From Eastern Kentucky hills, Hammertowne’s sound is a blend of traditional bluegrass with an edgy, high-impact twist, described as “in-your-face bluegrass.” Their unique style has garnered a following that spans beyond the bluegrass purists to include progressive and contemporary music fans. The Story Behind the Song Hammertowne’s “Those Pictures” is a beautiful ode to the […]

Introduction In the realm of bluegrass gospel music, few songs capture the essence of faith and anticipation of the afterlife as poignantly as Chosen Road’s “Look for Me at Jesus’ Feet”. This piece is not just a song; it’s a profound journey through belief, a narrative of hope, and a promise of reunion that resonates […]

“Next Train South” is a song by The Po’ Ramblin’ Boys. It was released as a single through Rounder Records. The song takes us on a poignant journey of a man who, in a bid to start anew, decides to leave his former lover and board the next train south without a clear destination in mind, just wanting […]

New Standard Bluegrass Band, a renowned music group hailing from western Virginia, has been a torchbearer of traditional bluegrass and gospel music for over a decade. What sets them apart is their ability to seamlessly blend the old and the new, paying homage to the genre’s pioneers while also embracing the sounds of contemporary artists. […]

Exploring the Timeless Appeal of “I’d Rather Die Young” Certain songs in the music world transcend time and genre, touching the hearts of listeners across generations. One such song is ‘I’d Rather Die Young,’ a poignant ballad interpreted by various artists, each bringing their unique flavor to the timeless classic.   The song, originally performed […]

Exploring the Rustic Charm of “Red Clay Halo” Few songs in folk music capture the essence of Southern Americana and “Red Clay Halo.” Written by the talented duo Gillian Welch and David Rawlings, it is a testament to the enduring spirit of rural life and the timeless stories it tells. “Red Clay Halo” first appeared […]

A Timeless Tune: Feast Here Tonight A Musical Heritage Bluegrass music, rooted deeply in the American South, has the power to tell stories that resonate through generations. One such timeless classic is “Feast Here Tonight,” often associated with the Monroe Brothers and recorded in the late 1930s. The song vividly depicts rural life, referencing hunting, […]

Mo Pitney’s Tribute to Merle Haggard with “Big City” Country music has a long-standing tradition of paying homage to its legends, and Mo Pitney’s version of “Big City” is a prime example of this practice. Initially written by Merle Haggard and Dean Holloway, “Big City” resonates with the heartache and disillusionment of life in the […]

The song “Goodbye to the Blues” has a rich history and conveys deep emotions through music. Although the exact origins of the title are unclear, the theme of overcoming sadness through music is common in blues and related genres. Several notable versions of the song include “Say Goodbye to the Blues” by the Walter Trout […]


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