Nashville, TN (September 10, 2013) Pinecastle Records is very proud to present today’s new self-titled album release by Lorraine Jordan & Carolina Road. The album features tunes by some of today’s top songwriters including: “That’s Kentucky” written by Dixie Hall and Tom T. Hall; “All We Ever Do Is Say Goodbye” written by Terry Foust and Ray Edwards; along with many tunes written and arranged by Lorraine Jordan & Carolina Road band members.
“This is a wonderfully tasty romp that takes you back to when the music mattered and it had to be good music first before the machine could turn it into product. Hot stuff," said Midwest Records Reviews.
Lorraine Jordan & Carolina Road will perform numerous times during the upcoming International Bluegrass Music Association’s World of Bluegrass to be held in Raleigh later this month. On September 25, Pinecastle Records and Good Home Grown Music will host the band’s CD Release Party at Tir Na Nog located at 218 South Plum St. in Raleigh, NC from 9:00 pm to 1:00 am with special guests Dale Ann Bradley, James King and Steve Dilling & Sideline. Their complete scheduled for the week includes:
Lorraine Jordan & Carolina Road’s new album is set to continue the success from their last album that included a #1 Bluegrass Unlimited song. The band is comprised of Lorraine Jordan (mandolin and tenor vocals), Tommy Long (baritone vocals and guitar), Josh Goforth (fiddle), Ben Greene (banjo), and John Bradley (bass). They have earned a reputation as one of the hardest working bands in bluegrass, averaging 60 bluegrass festivals in the U.S. and Canada annually along with headlining the Bluegrass Cruise and hosting the Canadian Bluegrass Awards, Christmas in the Smokies Bluegrass Festival and Bluegrass in Cherokee.
For more information Lorraine Jordan & Carolina Road’s new album and to see a complete list of performance dates, please visit www.CarolinaRoadBand.com