A treasure full of the wild, weird and wonderful from the world of fretted instruments publishes its 50th issue.
A trip to the Edvard Grieg home Troldhaugen, outside Bergen, brought out tunes by a favorite composer.
Richard Thompson’s 2021 memoir is as witty, moving, and well-crafted as his music.
Thoughts on one of the Washington area’s true treasures, with classic carousel music as an added treat.
Accomplished artists stand on the shoulders of giants: their teachers. Thanks to Andrew’s coaches and mentors.
A punk rocker and a roots musician seem unlikely bedfellows, but they both understand threats to democracy.
BGS takes a look at women in bluegrass. Here’s a sampling to whet your appetite.
During the winter break we revisit a serendipitous encounter from 2018 that I almost missed.
Acoustic and roots musicians are hitting the road again, bringing light to the winter months.
John Reischman writes melodic mandolin tunes that have become classics.