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Spinney Brothers' "Living The Dream" Released to Radio

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Living The DreamWillis, VA -- We are so excited to announce the title track of our upcoming album on Mountain Fever Records has been officially released to radio. "Living The Dream" speaks of the life of a musician who leaves a note for his sleeping wife as he heads out with his fellow bandmates for the next gig, affording him the opportunity to continue living his dream of playing music. It's a story often told by road warriors and one that is a true-to-life experience for Rick Spinney who co-wrote the song with Ryan Roberts.

With the title track from their upcoming album, "Living the Dream" will resonate well with not only fans but also with the band's colleagues. Speaking of the life of a musician who leaves a note for his sleeping wife as he heads out with his fellow bandmates for the next gig, affording him the opportunity to continue living his dream of playing music. It's a story often told by road warriors and one that is a true-to-life experience for Rick Spinney who co-wrote the song with Ryan Roberts:

Living the dream means on the road, playing shows,
Singing songs seven nights a week
Living the dream means leaving home, always gone,
While the ones I love are waiting there for me

"Living The Dream" - Listen Now!

In recent years, The Spinney Brothers have established the reputation of being one of bluegrass music's hardest-working, well-loved bands due to spending approximately 150 days each year traveling between their Canadian home to venues all over the United States and beyond. Their music and infectious personalities have endeared them to a growing fanbase that has become not only very loyal, but very vocal when it comes to lauding the band's praises. In 2014, the band was nominated for two IBMA awards for Emerging Artist and Song of the Year which afforded them a performance during the prestigious IBMA Awards; a performance that has since been cited as one of the show's highlights.

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