Delaney Brothers Bluegrass

Friday, December 4, 2015

Good news for Delaney Brothers fans!

As most of you know, the band has been operating as a trio for the last several months after Luke Parsnow resigned as their guitar player.  Scott Corbett has filled in on some occasions, but tonight at the Mt. Pleasant Methodist Church he announced to his hometown crowd that he is rejoining the band on a full-time basis! We couldn't be more pleased to have him back in the ranks.

Welcome home, Scott!

Wednesday, November 11, 2015

Christmas Time is Here....

Well, okay, not quite here, but we're getting close! Thanksgiving officially marks the beginning of the season, but I guess I'm in the mood early this year. Why is that, you ask? Because I just finished posting event notices on Facebook for the band's 2015 Christmas shows! These shows are always such a fun time, and we spread them out around the Central NY area to reach as many of you as possible! From Skanateles to Sauquoit, Mt. Pleasant to Marathon, and points in between, we have you covered! There is even a Sunday afternoon show scheduled at the Homer Center for the Arts. Great for young families, or anyone that doesn't like being out at night.

So check out the events page on our website ( or the events schedule on our Facebook page ( for all the dates and locations! We hope to see a lot of friends out there this season, and hope we can make some new friends as well!

And from Delaney Brothers, we would like to wish you all a safe and joyous holiday season!

Fran P

Monday, August 10, 2015

Band Changes

This journey of life is all about growing and evolving, never becoming too comfortable or complacent, lest we stagnate. So... here we grow again!

For the last year, Luke Parsnow has shared his amazing talent on guitar (and mandolin!) with Delaney fans, helping us transition through the difficult months following the loss of Brother Ray.

Sadly, Luke's time with the band has come to an end. Shortly after his college graduation this May, Luke did what so many graduates are struggling to accomplish these days - he became gainfully employed! We are all so happy for him that he was able to transition into his chosen field so quickly, even though we are sad to see him have to leave the band due to scheduling conflicts. (His new job requires him to work all weekends.) We wish him the best as his personal journey takes him in a different direction.

Delaney Brothers will keep on picking and entertaining their fans, have no doubt. While no permanent replacement has been selected, Scott Corbett has always been such a blessing to help out on guitar (he played with the band during Ray's illness), and he's stepping up again this weekend for a wedding we had scheduled. 

So even though the path ahead may not be totally clear yet, one thing is for sure - that Delaney sound you all know and love will live on!

Stay tuned for further developments!