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Lorraine Jordan & Carolina Road on Woodsongs Old-Time Radio Monday

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Lorraine Jordan & Carolina RoadNashville, TN -- Lorraine Jordan & Carolina Road are set to appear on WoodSongs Old-Time Radio Hour on Monday, June 22 during the 7 pm (ET) hour with special guest Eddy Raven. In addition to performing Raven's #1 hit, "I Got Mexico," Lorraine Jordan & Carolina Road will also perform songs from their brand new album, Country Grass. Fans who cannot make it to The Lyric Theatre in Lexington, Ken., can stream the show LIVE online at In addition to the live stream, the show will also air on over 500 radio stations at a later date.

"We're so excited to be part of the WoodSongs Old-Time Radio Hour," said an excited Lorraine Jordan. "Eddy Raven will be joining us, and performing alongside our band. Get ready, because this is going to be something really special!"

The nominees for the 2015 Carolina Music Awards have been announced, and Lorraine Jordan received a nod for top Americana/Bluegrass artist. The North Carolina native is no stranger to the area, as her roots are planted in Garner, which is just outside Raleigh. The awards are set to take place in downtown Raleigh on July 18 at the Duke Energy Center.

In addition to winning "Female Vocalist of the Year" and the prestigious "Song of the Year" at the 2015 SPBGMA Awards, Lorraine Jordan & Carolina Road have kept the momentum rolling, with the June 9 release of their latest album Country Grass. The star-studded project features collaborations with some of Country music's top legends including Crystal Gayle, Lee Greenwood, Lynn Anderson, The Kentucky Headhunters, T.G. Sheppard, Eddy Raven, John Conlee, Marty Raybon and the late Jim Ed Brown.

Country Grass Track Listing:

  1. "Runnin' Water" (with The Kentucky Headhunters)
  • "I Got Mexico" (with Eddy Raven)
  • "Darned if I Don't, Danged if I Do" (with Marty Raybon)
  • "Common Man" (with John Conlee)
  • "Ready for the Times to Get Better" (with Crystal Gayle)
  • "Dixie Road" (with Lee Greenwood)
  • "You Can Have Her" (with Jim Ed Brown)
  • "Boogie Grass Band" (with various guests)
  • "Diggin' up Bones"
  • "Do You Wanna Go to Heaven?" (with T.G. Sheppard)
  • "Don't Close Your Eyes" (with Jesse Keith Whitley)
  • "Rose Garden" (with Lynn Anderson)
  • "Last Date"
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