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Cumberland RiverRural Rhythm Records is proud to announce The Alternate Root is hosting the band's world premiere of the new music video, "Cold & Withered Heart" by Cumberland River. The video was filmed on location in the band's hometown of Harlan, Kentucky in the Jones Creek area. It is a lighthearted twist on their original song written by Cumberland River band member, Jamie Dean (lead vocals and banjo) who is joined by band members: Dustin Middleton (mandolin and harmony vocals), Andy Buckner (guitar and harmony vocals); Joey Jones (bass); and Jamie Stewart (Dobro.) The video was directed and filmed by Anthony Ladd, Kneelindesign.

"Cold & Withered Heart" is the first radio single release off the band's new album, The Life We Live, releasing next Tuesday. WNCW featured the album Saturday, July 23rd on their "Goin' Across The Mountain" radio show.

Cumberland River fans will were able to see the video during the band's CD Release Party which took place at The Harlan Center located at 201 S. Main Street, Harlan, KY 40831. Blue Edition, a band whose members all attend ETSU, opened the show.

Cumberland River has many exciting things in the works including yet another upcoming music video release of their original song "Justified." The song, plus five more, were featured on two episodes of the FX Network's hit drama, JUSTIFIED starring Timothy Olyphant last season. The band has also been chosen as an official International Bluegrass Music Association Showcase Artist and will perform during the IBMA Fan Fest this fall held at the Nashville Convention Center in Nashville, TN.

For more information on Cumberland River including upcoming tour dates, please visit their website at Cumberland-River.com. Band representation is handled by Hope River Entertainment who also served as Creative Consultant on both video projects and handles booking for this hot new group.

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