Andy May and Harry Warner in front of a door with a red, lit sign reading "Recording"

Harry Warner: Music City Icon

“Let me tell you why I am the luckiest person on Earth.” That is how my friend, Harry Warner, would often start a conversation with a total stranger at the coffee shop that we visited during one of our semi-regular “get-togethers.” ⇨ Read more

Acoustic Kids at the Walnut Valley Festival

Register for Acoustic Kids, Walnut Valley Festival

Perform on-stage at the Walnut Valley Festival! Musicians aged 16 or younger of all skill levels are encouraged to participate. You don’t have to be an advanced player to be an Acoustic Kid… but you can be! Questions? Problems? Please let us know using our Contact form.  

McPeake & May - The Good Things (Outweigh the Bad)

“The Bluegrass Situation” on Curtis McPeake and “Leather Britches” (McPeake & May, “The Good Things”)

…The fact that [Curtis] McPeake has been named a recipient of one of 2018’s Distinguished Achievement Awards from the International Bluegrass Music Association should come as no surprise. But, McPeake will not be accepting the award from retirement: Earlier this year [McPeake] and his collaborator, multi-instrumentalist and songwriter Andy May, released a full-length album, The Good Things (Outweigh the Bad). On its final track, “Leather Britches,” you can hear that same timelessness in McPeake’s duet with Nashville stalwart fiddler Aubrey Haynie. They kick the tune with fiddle and banjo only, showcasing that classic pre-bluegrass format, Haynie fiddling fantastically far and wide while McPeake holds it all together with his three-finger roll, seventy years in the making. ⇨ Read more

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