The 2010 IBMA Album of the Year, The Heart of a Song, by Junior Sisk and Rambler's Choice, featured the Daniel Sayer song "Cold Heart".
Del McCoury recorded the Alan Johnston song, "Sweet Appalachia," on his Grammy nominated album Family Circle.
"Zero To Love", a H.R. Cook co-write, was recorded on the Grammy nominated IBMA 2004 Album of the Year It's Just the Night by The Del McCoury Band.
The Grammy-nominated and IBMA 2005 Entertainers of The Year, Cherryholmes features a Pat Kramer song "Mansions of Kings" on their new Skaggs Family Records release Cherryholmes II: Black and White CD. Debuted at #1 on the Billboard bluegrass charts.
"Ol' Brown Suitcase", a H.R. Cook tune, was featured on the Josh WIlliams project Lonesome Highway on Pinecastle Records.
"Muddy Water", a song written by Alan Johnston, was recorded by Don Rigsby on the Sugarhill album "Midnight Call". The album made it to #2 on the Bluegrass Charts.
"Are You Lonesome Tonight" a tune pinned by Daniel Salyer is on the new Mark Newton Band Project Hillbilly Hemingway on Rebel Records. The album was produced by two time Grammy nominated producer Carl Jackson
The songs "Muddy Water", "The River Ran Black" and "Ballad of Sarah Malone" by Alan Johnston, and "Chancellorsville" by Warren Wilken was included on the new David Davis and The Warrior River Boys project Troubled Times on Rebel Records.
Another Daniel Salyer song "The Legend of Johnny Clay" is on the new Crooked Road Series CD Taking the Crooked Road Again by Sammy Shelor and Linda Lay. Sammy Shelor is the founding member of The Lonesome River Band.
5 time SPBGMA Contemporary Male Vocalist, Larry Stephenson, has recorded the song "Weary Pilgrim Welcome Home", written by Barry Clevenger, to be included on his Pinecastle Records' gospel project titled Thankful.
The music from the song "Two Dimes and A Nickel" by Alan Johnston was featured on the History Channel special "Hillbilly - The Real Story" narrated by Billy Ray Cyrus.
Don Rigsby & Midnight Call has recorded the Alan Johnston song "Mary Magdalene" on the gospel project, The Voice of God on Rebel Records.
The Peabody Award winning documentary, Hollow, featured our writer Alan Johnston.
Lonesome River Band recorded the Daniel Salyer song, "Jackup the Jail", on their Still Learning album.