Saturday February 4
Saturday morning at 10 eastern time, Lee Michael Demsey hosts three hours of the best in bluegrass. He’ll review the Grammy nominees for best bluegrass album, from Molly Tuttle, Del McCoury Band, Yonder Mountain Stringband, Infamous Stringdusters and Peter Rowan. The awards will be handed out Sunday night. Also, more new music from the Gibson Brothers’ first release in a few years.

hour one
Gibson Brothers – Darkest Hour
Detour – Quarterline Road
Andy Leftwich – Liberty
Doc Watson – The Cuckoo
Tim Stafford & Thomm Jutz – The Wild Atlantic Way
Starlett and Big John – Living in the South
Earls of Leicester – What’s Good for You (Should Be Alright for Me)
The Roys – No More Tears Left to Cry
Mile Twelve – Whiskey Trail
Tim Graves and the Farm Hands – Don’t Give Your Heart To A Rambler
Mike Scott – Sweet Georgia Brown
Dave Adkins – Traveler
Casey Penn – The Blade
Ashby Frank – Leaving Is Believing
Bluegrass Grammy Nominees

Yonder Mountain String Band – Out Of The Pan
Del McCoury Band featuring Vince Gill – Honky Tonk Nights
Molly Tuttle & Golden Highway – She’ll Change
Peter Rowan – Little Joe
Infamous Stringdusters – Toward The Fray

hour two
Appalachian Road Show – Troubled Life
Horseshoes & Hand Grenades – Squash Blossoms
Unspoken Tradition – Soldiers Of Dust
Jimmy Arnold – Ridin’ High
Lonesome River Band – Jesse James
Seldom Scene – Willie Boy
Front Porch String Band/Claire Lynch – Rider
Tony Rice – Never Meant to Be
Nashville Bluegrass Band – The Fool
Gibson Brothers – I Feel the Same Way As You
Grascals – Haggard
Dan Crary – Twin Reel
Hot Rize – The Bravest Cowboy
Johnson Mountain Boys – Maybe You Will Change Your Mind
Amanda Cook – Ready For A Bluer Sky
Becky Buller – American Corner
Jaelee Roberts – The Best Of Me
Alison Krauss & Union Station – Cloudy Days

hour three
Bill Anderson with Dolly Parton – Someday It’ll All Make Sense
Gospel Plowboys – I’ll Fly Away
Shane McGeehan – Your Love for Me is Gold
Tim Stafford & Thomm Jutz with Dale Ann Bradley – Callie Lou
Jason Carter – Good Things Happen
Kody Norris Show – I Call Her Sunshine
Dan Tyminski with Dailey & Vincent – Ten Degrees and Getting Colder
John Reischman – Side By Each
Wildfire – I’ve Been Through It All
Gibson Brothers – Heart’s Desire
Laurie Lewis with Mike Marshall – O the Wind and Rain
Volume Five – Restless Heart And A Rambler’s Soul
Irene Kelley – Snow White Memories
Tennessee Bluegrass Band – These Crazy Dreams
Eddie Ray Buzzini – Bringin’ in the Georgia Mail
Casey Penn with Tim Raybon – Would These Arms Be In the Way
Bill Harrell – Don’t Say Goodbye If You Love Me
Bill Evans – Granite Chief
Tim Graves and the Farm Hands – Banjo Signal


Saturday January 28
This week in teh first hour of the Lee Michael Demsey Show,  new releases from Darren Nicholson, Tim Stafford & Thom Jutz, Daryl Mosley, Gary Nichols (former lead singer of the Steeldrivers), and Nickel Creek.  The rest of the show is devoted to a countdown of the top songs in today’s bluegrass, the February Bluegrass Unlimited Magazine National Bluegrass Survey.  That’s Saturday morning at 10 eastern time, here in Bluegrass Country.

hour one
Daryl Mosley – A Life Well Lived
Casey Penn – Chasing Rainbows
Billy Strings and Terry Barber  – Dig a Little Deeper in the Well
Scott Vestal, Patrick McAvinue, Cody Kilby, Dominick Leslie, Curtis Vestal (Bluegrass 2020) – Valley Forge
Curtis Vestal – Cabin On A Hill
Alex Leach Band – Take the Long Way Home
Sister Sadie (featuring Tina Adair) – Don’t Let Me Cross Over
Wildfire – I’ve Been Through It All
Theo & Brenna – I Can Hear Kentucky Calling Me
Gary Nichols – Fire In the Dark
Seldom Scene – Blue And Lonesome
Country Gentlemen – Night Ridin’
Nickel Creek – Strangers
Tim Stafford and Thomm Jutz – Revolutionary Love
Kristy Cox – Rough & Rocky
Steven Moore – A New Leaf
Darren Nicholson – Arkansas Without You

hours two and three
The February 2023 top 30 songs in bluegrass, from the Bluegrass Unlimited Magazine National Bluegrass Survey