Track By TrackFridays 3pm ET Sundays 6pm ET Dig deep into the rich history of bluegrass music with host Chris Jones as he unearths timeless classics and lost gems and shares legendary performances from legendary musicians.
DerailedSaturdays 10 pm ET Rebroadcasts Tuesdays 12 am ETIt's two hours of the wild side of bluegrass! Join Ned Luberecki as he explores the world of newgrass and the more adventurous brands of bluegrass.
The Gospel Train Sundays 8 am ET Rebroadcasts Sundays 9 pm ETEnjoy three hours of the finest bluegrass gospel music around, played by the masters themselves!
Track By TrackWednesdays 11 am ET Rebroadcasts Thursdays 9 pm & Sundays 11 am ETExplore the hottest albums in bluegrass as Kyle Cantrell enlists one artist at a time for an exclusive track-by-track review of their latest CD.
Kyle Cantrell | emailMondays, Tuesdays, Fridays 7 am - 11 am ET Wednesdays 7 am - 12 pm ET Thursdays 7 am - 11 am; 9 pm - 10 pm ET Sundays 11 am - 12 pm ET
Kyle Cantrell grew up listening to the sounds of the Grand Ole Opry. In 1982 he joined the staff of WSM, where he pioneered its first classic country format and won the 2003 Golden Voice Award for Outstanding Radio Personality. He's also been named the 2008 IBMA Bluegrass Broadcaster of the Year.
Joey Black | email Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays 5 pm - 9 pm ET Fridays 6 pm - 9 pm ETJoey knew the music of Bill Monroe and Flatt & Scruggs from his Dad’s record collection, but when he heard the Osborne Brothers' “Don’t Let Smoky Mountain Smoke Get in Your Eyes,” the bluegrass bug permanently bit. “Getting to play Bluegrass full-time is a dream come true and a huge honor!”
Chris Jones | email Fridays 3 pm - 6 pm ETSaturdays 12 pm - 6 pm ETWhen he's not on the air, Chris Jones is performing worldwide, from football stadiums in Bulgaria to Lincoln Center. He's won IBMAs for Broadcaster of the Year and Song of the Year, and as a sideman he's played with Lynn Morris, Special Consensus, Vassar Clements, April Verch, and The Chieftains.
Ned Luberecki | email Saturdays 6 pm - 12 am ETNed's fascination with banjo, bluegrass and radio began with Steve Martin's comedy records and later came from Flatt and Scruggs and Bill Monroe. (He's also a big time Van Halen fan.) And when Ned goes on tour, he could be broadcasting from Germany, Kansas or a cruise ship in the Caribbean!