Dale Ann Bradley

Gibson Brothers Take Bluegrass Awards’ Top Prize
Last night (Sept. 27) was a memorable evening for the Gibson Brothers, who walked away with the coveted Entertainer of the Year trophy at the 23rd annual International Bluegrass Music Association (IBMA) Awards, held at Nashville's Ryman Auditorium The group, comprised of brothers Eric and Leigh Gibson, and band members Mike Barber, Clayton Campbell and Joe Walsh, also took home the Gospel Recorded
Dale Ann Bradley Heads ‘Somewhere South of Crazy’
Dale Ann Bradley Heads ‘Somewhere South of Crazy’
Three-time IBMA (International Bluegrass Music Association) Female Vocalist of the Year Dale Ann Bradley was, like iconic entertainer Loretta Lynn, born under less than ideal circumstances in Kentucky. The daughter of a Primitive Baptist preacher, Dale Ann was raised in a backwoods holler where electricity and running water weren't even available until she was in high school...
Del McCoury, the Dillards + More Celebrate IBMA’s 25th Birthday
Del McCoury, the Dillards + More Celebrate IBMA’s 25th Birthday
It was standing room only at Loveless Barn in Nashville Wednesday night, as the International Bluegrass Music Association (IBMA) celebrated its 25th anniversary with music from the full spectrum of bluegrass artists. Reaching back into its historic past with Jesse McReynolds and Rodney Dillard, and forward to its future in the likes of Sierra Hull and Rockin' Acoustic Circus, IBMA presented a show