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Rhonda Vincent Announces New Bluegrass Single, "Mama Tried"

Mama TriedRhonda Vincent is pleased to announce her new single, "Mama Tried," released in tribute to the late great Merle Haggard. Rhonda presents the song with invigorating bluegrass instrumentation, and a sassy vocal, with a familiarity that has everyone singing along. The track is released via Upper Management Music and available NOW on iTunes, Amazon, and wherever music is sold.

Reno's Old Time Music: "Hand-Picked" Favorites All May

Ronnie RenoNashville, TN -- Longstanding TV host and recent Preservation Hall of Greats inductee (SPBGMA), Ronnie Reno, gets hundreds of messages each month from fans about favorite shows, performances, archival videos and artists on his award-winning show, "Reno's Old Time Music." Compiling these suggestions, Reno has put together an entire month of "hand-picked" favorites to enjoy throughout May.

Rhonda Vincent Unwraps New Bus Wrap

Rhonda Vincent Bus WrapThe Queen of Bluegrass is riding in style these days with a new wrap on her Bluegrass Express. The incredible design was created and installed by Wrap Artist.

John McEuen Celebrates 70th Birthday with a Few Hundred Friends

John McEuen 70th BirthdayJohn McEuen says he wanted to have a birthday party at a place where he didn’t have to clean up after it was over, so he brought his gang of musician friends together for a birthday jam on the highly popular show, “Music City Roots,” at The Factory in Franklin. The String Wizard was joined onstage by country and bluegrass icons Jesse McReynolds, Roland White, Jeff Hanna, David Amram, Rhonda Vincent, Jerry Douglas, Sam Bush, Les Thompson, John Cable, Matt Cartsonis, Bernie Leadon and John Carter Cash.

Reno's Old Time Music in December: Hull, Vincent, Osborne, Wiseman, McReynolds

Hats Off to BluegrassNashville, TN -- December is turning out to be the most wonderful time of the year on “Reno’s Old Time Music” with all-new episodes featuring the best Bluegrass and Christmas music all month long. In celebration of the holiday season, the lineup includes two new episodes of "Hats Off to Bluegrass," co-hosted by two of the loveliest women in Bluegrass, Sierra Hull and Rhonda Vincent (affectionately called "Reno's Sweeties" by Ronnie--not to be confused with the "HEE-HAW Honeys"). Both super-talented ladies help Ronnie introduce the best performances by guests of the show and give Ronnie a run for his money on their mandolins. As a special treat, Vincent's episode will feature a glorious fill of seasonal music, just in time for the holidays. This month's series episode of "Front Porch Gospel" will also feature the best of Gospel music with a Christmas twist. Finally, we’ll deck the halls with the pinnacle of Bluegrass legends with a special presentation of the Bluegrass Hall of Fame Spotlight series, featuring Mac Wiseman, Bobby Osborne and Jesse McReynolds. So come all ye faithful Bluegrass fans! If good Bluegrass music is on your Christmas list, then you surely won’t be disappointed. For more information on "Reno's Old Time Music," please visit www.RonnieReno.com and click on the TV Show tab.

Rhonda Vincent's "Christmas Time" Debuts at #2 on Billboard

Rhonda Vincent - Christmas TimeNashville, TN -- It may only be November, but Christmas Time is upon us, as Rhonda Vincent's latest album debuts at No. 2 on the Billboard Bluegrass Albums chart. The star-studded project features vocal collaborations with The Oak Ridge Boys, Willie Nelson, Charlie Daniels, Bill Anderson, Dolly Parton, Ronnie Milsap, Gene Watson, Lorrie Morgan, and more (see track listing below). Christmas Time is available now at digital retailers and wherever music is sold.

Reno's Old Time Music A Harvest of Bluegrass Best

Hats Off to BluegrassNashville, TN -- Throughout the years, countless incredible guests have appeared on Reno's Old Time Music, and undoubtedly, some of the best Bluegrass television performances have played out upon the stages of this longstanding TV show. From the Band of Ruhks (one of the most-popular shows from earlier this year), to another episode of "Front Porch Gospel" (a collection of the best Gospel performances), to two new episodes of the brand new series "Hats Off to Bluegrass" (a compilation of the best performances ever captured), co-hosted by Rhonda Vincent and Sierra Hull, November's lineup will harvest a collection of Bluegrass' best and the fans will reap the blessing! For more information on Reno's Old Time Music, please visit www.RonnieReno.com and click on the TV Show tab.

Rhonda Vincent Hosts “Larry’s Country Diner” November 12

Rhonda Vincent, Alseep At The WheelNashville, TN -- Country music stars Mo and Holly Pitney and Asleep At The Wheel join Renae The Waitress, Sheriff Jimmy Capps, Keith Bilbrey and hilarious church gossip Nadine this November in ALL-NEW upcoming episodes of “Larry’s Country Diner” airing nationwide on RFD-TV. By popular demand, RFD-TV will revert the show back to its original primetime airtime on Thursdays at 7 p.m. CT / 8 p.m. ET and Saturdays at 10 p.m. CT / 11 p.m. ET beginning November 5. Bluegrass artist Rhonda Vincent hosts on the 12th and 14th and Jeannie Seely hosts on the 5th and 7th shows.

Rhonda Vincent Captures her 8th Female Vocalist of the Year Award

Rhonda VincentNashville, TN -- Since being dubbed "The New Queen of Bluegrass" by the Wall Street Journal, Rhonda Vincent has evolved as one of the most decorated musicians in the genre's history. Last night, her peers once again proclaimed her as "Female Vocalist of the Year" at the International Bluegrass Music Association (IBMA) Awards. Vincent is no stranger to this honor, having won this exact award an unprecedented 7-consecutive years in a row from 2000 to 2006. This win comes after a record-setting year of touring for Rhonda Vincent & The Rage, as they brought their 2015 World Tour to more audiences than ever before, while traveling throughout North American and into Europe.

Rhonda Vincent a Top-5 Finalist for Inspirational Country Music Awards

Rhonda VincentNashville, TN -- The Inspirational Country Music Association is pleased to announce the top-5 finalist for the 21st Annual Inspirational Faith, Family & Country Awards™, to be held at Cornerstone Nashville (726 W. Old Hickory Blvd., Madison, Tenn.) on Thursday, October 22 at 7:00 P.M. Each year, the awards honor and showcase the biggest names and emerging talent among artists who perform Inspirational and Christian Country music. This year’s finalists include such notables as Rhonda Vincent, Hunter Hayes, RaeLynn, Joey + Rory, Craig Wayne Boyd, Mary James, Laura Dodd, Kristina Craig & Exit 148, Chonda Pierce and more. Tommy Brandt leads the nominations with four nods. His son, Tommy Brandt II, is also nominated for the Youth in Music award, giving the Brandt family a total of five nominations, followed closed by the McDougal family, who garned four nods in various categories. For more information on the ICMs, please visit www.FaithFamilyCountry.com.

Rhonda Vincent Set to Appear on “Reno’s Old Time Music”

Rhonda VincentNashville, TN -- Music fans have more than just cooler weather to look forward to this Autumn. "Reno's Old Time Music" celebrates the past, present and future of Bluegrass and Old Time Music with a great September lineup, which includes Rhonda Vincent.

Christmas Time Comes Early with Rhonda Vincent Oct 30

Rhonda Vincent - Christmas TimeNashville, TN -- Rhonda Vincent has been celebrating the season all year; writing new Christmas material, then combining the new originals with the classics. The result is something unique and it's sure to set the perfect tone for this Holiday Season! This six-time Grammy® nominated artist is set to reveal Christmas Time, on October 30 via Upper Management Music. Among the tunes, you will find the "Twelve Days of Christmas," like you've never heard before! Rhonda calls upon some of her most famous Country music friends to join her in the celebration; including Dolly Parton, Willie Nelson, Charlie Daniels, The Oak Ridge Boys and more (see track listing below).

Nominees for 46th Annual GMA Dove Awards Announced

46th Annual GMA Dove AwardsNashville, TN -- The Gospel Music Association (GMA) has announced the nominees in 41 categories for the 46th Annual GMA Dove Awards. The theme of this year’s award show is “Better Together” which focuses on the strength in unity. The conference was also streamed live on CMM Magazine and YES Lord Radio. The awards show will take place on Tuesday, October 13, 2015 at Allen Arena on the campus of Lipscomb University in Nashville, TN at 6:30pm CT. Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN) will exclusively air the awards show on Sunday, October 18 on the network’s global stage reaching over 100 million homes in the US, plus global and multi-platform distribution. Voting for the final winners will run August 20th through August 27. The “Song of the Year” and “Songwriter of the Year” categories will be made in a special announcement in the coming weeks. Doyle Lawson, Balsam Range, Lizzy Long, Rhondas Vincent are among the contenders for Bluegrass Song of the Year.

Rhonda Vincent goes from Bluegrass Queen to Global Trailblazer

Rhonda VincentNashville, TN -- To say that 2015 has been a big year for 'The Queen of Bluegrass' Rhonda Vincent would be an understatement. She has transcended beyond the All American Bluegrass Girl who stole the nation's heart with her genuine songs and charismatic personality, by expanding her sound globally. With a highly successful European summer tour, IBMA and Dove nominations, along with a Christmas album on the way, it has been a monumental year for the 15-time "Entertainer of the Year."

Rhonda Vincent SPBGMA's 2015 Entertainer of the Year

Rhonda Vicent & The RageNashville, TN -- Already one of the most decorated artists in Bluegrass, Rhonda Vincent was named "Entertainer of the Year" at the 41st Annual SPBGMA (The Society for the Preservation of Bluegrass Music of America) Convention & Awards Show in Nashville this past Sunday. In addition to being named "Entertainer of the Year," Vincent, who was inducted into the SPBGMA Hall of Greats last year, took home "Contemporary Female Vocalist of the Year." Earning their title as the most awarded band in Bluegrass Music, Rhonda Vincent & The Rage won "Bluegrass Band of the Year," while band member Josh Williams was honored with the "Master's Gold Award," which commemorates winning "Guitar Performer of the Year" a total of ten times, and band member Hunter Berry took home "Fiddle Performer of the Year."

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