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Lorraine Jordan & Carolina Road Release New Video with Kentucky Headhunters

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Lorraine Jordan & Carolina Road with The Kentucky HeadhuntersNashville, TN -- Bluegrass crowd-favorites Lorraine Jordan & Carolina Road along with Grammy award-winning The Kentucky Headhunters have joined forces to record and release "Runnin' Water," a collaboration that can be found on the forthcoming Country Grass, which will be released by Pinecastle Records on June 9. The music video for "Runnin' Water," premiered exclusively on The Boot, and is available on iTunes. Radio can download the new single via AirplayDirect.

"We had so much fun making this video, and I think it really shows," says Lorraine Jordan. "This is just a sample of what's to come on this upcoming project."

The video was shot on location in Kentucky, which happens to be the place where The Kentucky Headhunters hit singles have been recorded. In addition to The Kentucky Headhunters, country music hit-makers T.G. Sheppard, Crystal Gayle, John Conlee, Lee Greenwood, Lynn Anderson, Eddy Raven, Jim Ed Brown, Kelly Lang and Jesse Keith Whitley all serve up a little classic country with a bluegrass twist.

Stay tuned for more information. "Runnin' Water" is currently being worked to the Music Row reporting radio panel by Jan Woods Promotions and Promotions by Regina.

Alligator Records has set a June 2 street date for Meet Me In Bluesland, a previously unreleased album by Grammy-winning Southern blues-rockers The Kentucky Headhunters with pianist Johnnie Johnson, a Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee. The performances found Johnson -- the man Rolling Stone called “the greatest sideman in rock and roll” for his groundbreaking piano work with Chuck Berry -- playing some of the deepest and most rocking blues piano of his legendary career. With The Kentucky Headhunters at their down-home best, the record is a country-fried, blues-infused party from start to finish.

With the The Kentucky Headhunters' release of Meet Me In Bluesland, these timeless and rollicking performances are available for the first time. The album grooves from the raunchy rock of" Stumblin’" to the slide-fueled "Superman Blues" to the roof-raising version of "Little Queenie" to the rocking "Party In Heaven" to the salacious "She’s Got To Have It" (the last vocal Johnson ever recorded).

With Lorraine Jordan & Carolina Road and The Kentucky Headhunters both putting out fresh new music, it is going to be an exciting start to for a musically hot summer!

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