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"Lila Mae" Video by Lonesome River Band

Lila MaeThe hauntingly beautiful music video, Lila Mae, by Lonesome River Band has been released. The song was written by Alex Cline, Kirk Sauers, and our very own Brandon Rickman. The video was filmed at the Wheatland Plantation in Sevierville, Tennessee. Based on one of the songs from their latest album, Turn On A Dime, both the song and the rest of the album are receiving rave reviews from the bluegrass music community.

Brad Davis: A Bluegrass Tribute to George Jones

 A Bluegrass Tribute to George JonesGRAMMY Winner Brad Davis has launched a bluegrass project that is sure to gather an outpouring of well deserved attention, 'A Bluegrass Tribute to George Jones'. This album has everything: great music, great vocals, and great songs!

Vince Gill To Be Spotlighted on Dan Rather’s "The Big Interview"

Vince Gill and Dan RatherNashville, TN -- It’s a tete-a-tete of the titans when Country Music Hall of Famer Vince Gill spends an hour in conversation with legendary newsman Dan Rather Tuesday, April 21, on The Big Interview. Broadcast on AXS TV, The Big Interview provides in-depth excursions into the lives and careers of some of America’s most influential entertainers.

Lonesome River Band Releases Anticipated "Lila Mae" Music Video

Lonesome River BandLonesome River Band is very excited to announce our new music video "Lila Mae." The song was written by Alex Cline, Kirk Sauers, and our very own Brandon Rickman. We had so much filming this at Wheatland Plantation in Sevierville, TN. Thanks so much to our Director, Kim White at View Finders TV.com and to Mountain Home Music Company for producing the video. You might see a familiar face in the video - Josh Trivett from Moonstruck Management, along with Natalie Moore and Nathan Morrison in the lead roles.

Ronnie Reno's Lower than Lonesome #1 on Airplay Direct

Ronnie Reno: Lower Than LonesomeNashville, TN -- Lessons Learned, the latest album by "Bluegrass Music's Youngest Old-Timer" Ronnie Reno, earned the #1 spot on AirPlay Direct Global Radio Indicator Bluegrass/Folk chart for March. Released on March 17, the album received 890 downloads, signifying that radio is pleased with Reno's debut album on Rural Rhythm Records and his first project in over a decade. Programmers can still download the album at AirPlay Direct (click here). Lessons Learned is available for fans on iTunes, Amazon and wherever Bluegrass and Country music are sold.

Lorraine Jordan & Carolina Road Release New Video with Kentucky Headhunters

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.

Steve Gulley & New Pinnacle Debut New Album March 31st

Steve Gulley & New PinnacleNashville, TN -- The highly anticipated debut album from Steve Gulley & New Pinnacle will be released on March 31st. Several months back the Bluegrass Situation called the debut album by Steve Gulley & New Pinnacle one of the most highly anticipated bluegrass albums for 2015.

The Roys Release New Video "Those Boots"

The Roys: Those BootsNashville, TN -- Award-winning Bluegrass duo, The Roys, have released the video for their latest single, "Those Boots," which serves as the second release off of their latest album, The View. The video deeply connects with their roots, and includes footage of military members, farmers, firefighters and more. The video was filmed and produced by Passamano Bros. Productions, and premiered exclusively on The Boot.

Hot Rize Releases New Video for "A Cowboy's Life"

Hot RizeBluegrass supergroup, Hot Rize recently reunited after 20 years off the road for an extensive tour schedule as well as the release of their new album "When I'm Free". On their last stop in New York, the band recruited Mason Jar Music to put visuals to the new sounds. The results are breathtaking. The first video, available for public viewing today, presents a clear juxtaposition between the city views of New York and the performance of a more traditional bluegrass group.

Stetson Family is Editor's Choice on BalconyTV

The Stetson Family on BalconyTVThe Stetson Family are an Australian acoustic five-piece band who respectfully tip their hats to bluegrass and folk Americana whilst free-wheeling with their own unique sound. They’re said to be “more Old Crow and Gillian than Del, Jimmy or Bill.” A few months back they were invited to do a song on Balcony TV, the daily online viral music show that features bands and musicians performing on balconies around the world. The band is excited that their balcony clip was not only published last week but was "Editor's Choice" on the international BalconyTV site. The band commented, "We're chuffed to say the least!"

Donna Hughes Wins 2015 Canine Freedom Musician Award

Donna Hughes 2 CDsMulti-award winning Singer-Songwriter and Animal Rights Activist, Donna Hughes has won the 2015 Canine Freedom Award in the Musician category from Dogs Deserve Better - a nonprofit organization that has been freeing chained dogs since 2002. For a complete list of winners of the 2015 Canine Freedom Awards, please visit www.dogsdeservebetter.org.

Nathan Stanley Talks about "The Legacy Continues"

The Legacy ContinuesNathan Stanley's latest release, The Legacy Continues is being released tomorrow. The album features Dr. Ralph Stanley and Brad Paisley. A Track-by-Track where Nathan discusses this album is later down in this article.

Dust-to-Digital to Release Ola Belle Reed Book/CD Combination

Ola Belle Reed and Southern Mountain Music on the Mason-Dixon LineOne of the more interesting record labels for older music with a unique twist has always been Dust-to-Digital. The label has just announced their Book and CD media package Ola Belle Reed and Southern Mountain Music on the Mason-Dixon Line. This latest collection by Henry Glassie, Clifford R. Murphy and Douglas Dowling Peach should be a welcome addition to those who cherish the traditional mountain music of the past.

The HillBenders Announce Their New "TOMMY" Project

The HillBenders: TommyThe popular bluegrass band announced their not-so-bluegrass project to recreate TOMMY by The Who. “Ever since I was a young boy I played the silver ball.” Maybe this is not your standard bluegrass lyric, but this is certainly a line known by all the world from the biggest rock opera of all time. Tommy is appealing to music fans of all ages. This is truly a classic.

"Too Late for Goodbyes" New Michael Cleveland & Flamekeeper Single

On Down the LineCharlestown, IN -- Michael Cleveland & Flamekeeper announce a new single from their latest album, On Down the Line. "Too Late for Goodbyes" is a hard-driving bluegrass take on the Julian Lennon hit from 1984. Propelled by instrumental trades between banjo player Glenn Gibson and Cleveland, the bluegrass version is an unexpected twist on what was originally a rock song steeped in the electronic synth sounds of the era.

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