No Part of Nothin’

No Part of Nothin’ was formed when several members met at a monthly bluegrass jam. They sang together on a couple of songs, and the next thing you know they …

The Simmons Family

The Simmons Family band consists of three siblings, Dave, Jon and Mary Simmons.  They have been singing together for over thirty years here on the Eastern Shore, growing up on …

The Dirty Grass Players

Hailing from Baltimore, The Dirty Grass Players have established themselves with one toe-tappin’ foot in traditional bluegrass and blazing musicianship that pushes boundaries. Comprised of Josh Ballard on bass, Alex …

Man About a Horse

Man About a Horse plays traditional bluegrass instruments, but not always traditional bluegrass.  The Philadelphia-based group infuses their sound with rock and pop references, funk grooves, and blues roots.  They …

The High and Wides

The High & Wides, like the large-haul trains for which the band is named, project a big, driving sound—mountain musical traditions re-imagined for a new century.  Formed on Maryland’s Eastern …

Caleb Stine

The BALTIMORE SUN has called Caleb Stine the “lynchpin of the Baltimore folk scene.”  Flying just below mainstream radar, Stine keeps the music honest– hardworking, genuine, and unafraid to tell …

Country Current

Country Current, the premier country-bluegrass group of the United States Navy Band in Washington, D.C., showcases a five-member acoustic ensemble performing traditional, contemporary, and original bluegrass compositions.  The ensemble is …

Flatland Drive

Flatland Drive mixes traditional bluegrass with contemporary stylings.  Their sound is influenced by the earliest patriarchs of bluegrass, but they also pay homage to the likes of the Lonesome River …