Louisville fiddler and IBMA Award Winner Michael Cleveland was profiled yesterday on WDRB. Watch:
WDRB 41 Louisville News
Bluegrass fans around the world were torn up in 2011 when Jere Cherryholmes announced that the family band would disband. Jere indicated that he thought the kids would go off and do their own thing and, sure enough, they did. Cia’s first group was called Cia and Stetson but now, it appears, it’s Songs Of The Fall (featuring Cia Cherryholmes). they don’t say they’re playing bluegrass, rather, it seems, Americana. They’ll play the New Vintage with Stu Sturgill and Big Mountain on June 14.
Check out this video of Della Mae performing “Sweet Verona”:
Here’s Michael Cleveland and Flamekeeper:
Whiskey Bent Valley Boys sing “My Horse Ain’t Hungry, She Won’t Eat No Hay””
Chatham County Line – “Crop Comes In”:
Michael Tierney at Louisville.com has a profile of the 23 String Band, a bluegrass band from Louisville. They’re working on a new record.
Here’s video of them playing “Long Hot Summer Days”:
Here’s all the news about the 6th Annual “Itchin’ To Pick” 2011 at the Galt House on March 9-10.
Shannon Lawson will be a busy fellow this weekend: he’s fronting the Galoots at the 930 Listening Room (also playing:Relic, The 23 String Band, $15) for a 7:30 p.m., then he’s helping out with a cousin’s band, Judge Angus, at the Blue Mule in Jeffersontown later that night, at least if the Blue Mule’s manager is to be believed.