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CD Release Party & Debut of New Music Video of “Old McDonald Sold The Farm”

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Mark Newton and Steve ThomasNashville, TN -- Mark Newton & Steve Thomas are proud to announce the CD Release Party for their brand new album Reborn on Pinecastle Records. The free event will take place on Wednesday, May 15 from 5:00 – 7:00 pm at the Swinging Door Saloon located at 111 4th Avenue in Nashville. During the show, Newton & Thomas will host the world premiere of their new music video Old McDonald Sold The Farm.

The Old McDonald Sold The Farm music video was filmed last weekend by Bell-Jarboe Films in the Leipers Fork area at Boyd Mill Farms and Blazer Hill Farms in Franklin, TN. The song is the first single release from Reborn and recently made its debut on the weekly Bluegrass Today Top 20 Songs chart. Last week, the album debuted on at #16 on the Top 50 Bluegrass and at #35 on the Top 50 Crossover charts on This lively and timely tune was written by Kenny Boudreau, Darryl Landry, and Ryan Roberts.

RebornGuests are encouraged to arrive early at 4:45 for the Reborn CD Release Party. There will be complimentary finger food, cash bar, meet and greet from 5:00 – 6:30 pm, along with the world premiere of the music video. From 6:30 - 7:00 pm, Mark and Steve, along with some surprise guests, will perform songs off of the new album including Old McDonald Sold The Farm, The Key, Painted Lady, Pineywood Hills, If It Ain’t Love, Are You Missing Me, just to name a few.

Bluegrass Radio Network’s Into the Blue will air an interview with Mark Newton & Steve Thomas May 12 – 18 on their 139 affiliated stations and on WSM 650 AM Radio on Sunday, May 12 from 9pm – Midnight.

Reborn is now available at Pinecastle Records, Amazon, iTunes and more locations. Mark Newton and Steve Thomas are now on tour including upcoming performances at the Graves Mountain Festival of Music, Dollywood and more. Please visit and join them on Facebook.Reborn

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