Johnny Meyer gives us a taste of his new music and new direction in this exclusive video for AcoustiCult.
Author: Gil Gildner
Interview with Americana singer/songwriter EmiSunshine
This morning, we’re excited to sit down with singer/songwriter Emi Sunshine, who hails from East Tennessee. Emi has seen success from an early age, having a Jimmie Rodgers cover go viral at only 9 years […]
Zeb Snyder – Old Joe Clark
Zeb Snyder puts his spin on a classic fiddle tune in this exclusive for AcoustiCult.com.
Stephen Burwell – Snowflake Reel
Stephen Burwell joins Acousticult today for a few minutes of Snowflake Reel on fiddle.
New Grass Revival: A Trailblazing Band in Progressive Bluegrass
New Grass Revival played a major role in the evolutionary explosion of progressive bluegrass by incorporating first the electric bass and giving a progressive bluegrass taste of covered songs.
The Seldom Scene, In More Ways Than One
The name “The Seldom Scene” came about when a friend of a band member jokingly suggested that they call themselves “the seldom seen” as he didn’t believe the band would establish any successful following.
Alice Gerrard, A Folk Music Pioneer
It was within the nation’s capital that she became more familiar with the bluegrass subgenre in particular. Gerrard met Hazel Dickens, a folk singer from West Virginia who shared her passion for folk music.