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Shannon Slaughter Releases New Single “That Old County Road”

Shannon SlaughterArgo, AL -- Shannon Slaughter is proud to announce the first single release, “That Old County Road,” from his upcoming album Never Standing Still. The song was written by Shannon Slaughter and Rusty Hendrix, guitar player from the country band Confederate Railroad, and takes a nostalgic look at growing up in the country and what young people did back then - with maybe a nod to the present as well. The new single is available to radio programmers at AirPlayDirect or by request.

Kody Norris for Rural Roots Music Commission Bluegrass CD of the Year Award

Kody NorrisThe Rural Roots Music Commission was formed a number of years ago, in Iowa, to find a way to honor excelling recording artists who deal with traditional old-time music, and many other traditional rural musical art forms. Since most traditional music genre's have now been locked out of participation at the national level in America, the Rural Roots folks found a way to honor these gifted musicians, vocalists, songwriters, recording artists and small production companies, by honoring them with 'CD of the Year' awards. One of the participants in this rather large 'gathering' of musical genres is Kody Norris of Mountain City, Tennessee.

Flatt Lonesome to Release Their New Album at IBMA WOB

Silence In These WallsNashville, TN -- From the moment of their brilliant self-titled debut in 2013, it's been clear that Flatt Lonesome is, as the title of its 3rd album, a Runaway Train. Multiple IBMA, SPBGMA and Dove nominations and awards, top charting songs, Billboard charting albums, countless media appearances (including becoming familiar faces on the legendary Grand Ole Opry stage), and a demanding tour schedule all combine in testimony to the phenomenon that is Flatt Lonesome.

The Grascals Explore Dark Side Of Love

The GrascalsTN -- The Grascals explore the dark side of love with their newest radio release, "Sleepin' With The Reaper." The track, the first single from their upcoming September 1 album, Before Breakfast (Mountain Home Music Company), premieres today on Roughstock. Radio can access the tune via AirPlay Direct, and fans who pre-order the music here will receive "Sleepin' With The Reaper" as an instant "grat track." Nashville area concert-goers can catch the award-winning band at the Grand Ole Opry tomorrow night.

EmiSunshine's Newest Album “Ragged Dreams” Due August 25th

Ragged DreamsNashville, TN -- EmiSunshine, the extraordinary talent who burst into stardom four short years ago as a nine-year-old via viral video, is set to release her new album, Ragged Dreams (her fourth studio recording), on August 25, 2017/(Pre-Order: July 29, 2017). The little girl with a big voice, who recently celebrated her 13th birthday, has made her mark shattering preconceived notions of youthful imagery that embraces gleeful innocence and optimism;

Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver Bring A Little More “Life To My Days”

Doyle Lawson & Quicksilve by Carson WaughNashville, TN -- Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver bring a little more "Life To My Days" with the first radio release from their upcoming Mountain Home Music Company project, Life is a Story, due out August 25. Popular online destination The Boot will premiere the song today; fans can pre-order the digital album release HERE and receive "Life To My Days" as an instant "grat-track." Radio can access the single now via AirPlay Direct.

The Farm Hands Release “Colors” on Friday July 21st

The Farm Hands ColorsAward winning bluegrass quartet The Farm Hands are set to release Colors, their third Pinecastle Records album, on Friday, July 21st. The Farm Hands are one of the hardest working bands in bluegrass. Their tour schedule easily tops 100 dates each year. They are also one of the winningest bands at the annual SPBGMA conference where they are the reigning Entertainer's of the Year.

Kim Robins Debuts on Pinecastle with “Raining in Baltimore”

Raining in BaltimorePinecastle Records is excited to announce Kim Robins's label debut recording Raining in Baltimore. The album will be available this Friday July 21st, 2017. Robins shows off her songwriting on the album with three out of the twelve tracks to her credit including the title track. She will be a featured songwriter at the International Bluegrass Music Association's (IBMA) World of Bluegrass this fall. Robins enlisted some big time help on Raining in Baltimore with Ron Stewart and Rickey Wasson co-producing and performing on the album. Other personnel on the album include Adam Steffey, Harold Nixon, Alicia Wasson, and Shannon Slaughter.

The Grascals' “Before Breakfast” A Fresh Brew Of Bluegrass Perfection

The Grascals Before BreakfastNashville, TN -- The Grascals' newest album, Before Breakfast, offers fans a hot shot of diversity with a freshly brewed mix of Bluegrass perfection. The 12-song collection will be available September 1. Fans who pre-order HERE now will receive "Sleepin' With The Reaper" as a "grat track."

Live Album “A Tribute to John D. Loudermilk” Due September 15

A Tribute to John D. LoudermilkNashville, TN -- One of America's most beloved songwriters will be honored September 15 with the release of the Vector Recordings album A Tribute to John D. Loudermilk. Among the more than two dozen musicians memorializing the composer of "Tobacco Road," "Abilene," "Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye," "Waterloo," "Indian Reservation," and "A Rose and a Baby Ruth" are Emmylou Harris, Rosanne Cash, Ricky Skaggs, Rodney Crowell, Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver and renowned guitarists Tommy Emmanuel and John Jorgenson. The evening was hosted by songwriter and music historian Peter Cooper.

Hammertowne Releases Newest Album “Hillbilly Heroes”

Hillbilly HeroesWillis, VA -- Mountain Fever Records is excited to announce the release of Hillbilly Heroes from Hammertowne. The band's third album for Mountain Fever is also available wherever great music is sold beginning today!

“Life Is A Story” Sweetly Sung On New Doyle Lawson & Quicksliver Album

Life Is A StoryNashville, TN (June 26, 2017) - Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver bring unparalleled storytelling to fans on August 25 with the 12-track wonder Life Is A Story. Described by Lawson as a mix of Bluegrass styles "from the middle of the road to the very traditional," the album never strays from the heart of the genre. "So much of what makes good Bluegrass and Country music compelling comes down to great songwriters - and the stories told in their songs," Lawson observes. "Life itself is really a continuous story that embraces the beginning, the middle and inevitable ending." Life Is A Story, and here it is sweetly sung. Fans can pre-order the digital release HERE.

New Music From Joe Mullins & The Radio Ramblers

The Story We TellCharlottesville, VA -- Rebel Records is excited to announce the release of brand new music from Joe Mullins & The Radio Ramblers. "Long Gone Out West Blues" is the first single off of the band's sixth Rebel recording, The Story We Tell (REB-1869) which hits stores August 18th. The album is now available for pre-order through iTunes, Google Play and Amazon, and folks who purchase it will receive an instant free download of the single.

New Video Release from Edgar Loudermilk Band Featuring Jeff Autry

Georgia MaplePinecastle Records and Bluegrass Preservation are proud to bring you this brand new video release featuring the hit song "Dreaming Enough To Get Me By", from Edgar Loudermilk's album, Georgia Maple. The video was filmed on location with the band, by videographer, Mike Bullard, in the hills of Northeast Georgia, above the breathtaking Tallulah Gorge.

New Single and Band Name From Summer Brooke & the Mountain Faith Band

Small Town LifeWillis, VA -- Mountain Fever Records is excited to announce a new song from Summer Brooke and The Mountain Faith Band is available to radio today. "Umbrella" is the first single from the upcoming album, Small Town Life, due for release this summer. Consumers may purchase "Umbrella" and pre-order the album next week.

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