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Nu-Blu Goes All The Way to New York for New Album Promotion

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All The WayNashville, TN -- Nu-Blu is set to take their contemporary style of bluegrass with an influential sound of country to New York City in an effort to promote their new album, All the Way, which becomes available tomorrow, September 16. Nu-Blu will be joined by Rock and Roll Hall of Fame member Sam Moore, as they pay tribute to the late George Jones while performing "Jesus and Jones," on Imus in the Morning this Friday, September 19 and on Fox News Channel's Huckabee this Saturday, September 20 and Sunday, September 21. Nu-Blu will perform "A Little Good News," on The Better Show airing on September 24.

"We are all super excited to be heading to the Big Apple this week for appearances on Huckabee, Imus in the Morning, and The Better Show," says Nu-Blu's Carolyn Routh. "What a great way to celebrate the release of our new CD All the Way and to bring bluegrass music to the masses."

You can catch Nu-Blu, along with Sam Moore at the following dates (check your local listing):

  • Sept 19 -- Imus in the Morning
  • Sept 20 and 21 -- Huckabee
  • Sept 24 -- The Better Show

With the release of "Jesus and Jones," the exposure of the song has stretched into multiple genres including bluegrass, country, gospel, and even soul. You can look for the unique pairing to continue making an impact, while they bring their big sound to the big apple!

All the Way comes after a year which has brought Nu-Blu to the forefront of music, with multiple showcase performances including CMA Fest, MerleFest, NAMM, and Folk Alliance. In addition to the duet with Sam Moore, Rhonda Vincent, who the Wall Street Journal dubbed "The New Queen of Bluegrass," is featured on, "That's What Makes the Bluegrass Blue."

All the Way is available on iTunes, Amazon, Walmart.com, and Nu-Blu's official site by clicking HERE.

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