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Things We Do For Dreams by Trinity River Band

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Things We Do For DreamsCallahan, FL -- Orange Blossom Records is proud to announce the new album, Things We Do For Dreams, by Trinity River Band, will release July 1st. The album is now available for pre-orders at and to radio programmers at

Trinity River Band includes the talents of: Joshua Harris - Lead & Harmony Vocals, Banjo, Dobro; Brianna Harris - Lead & Harmony Vocals, Fiddle; Lisa Harris - Bass, Harmony Vocals; Mike Harris - Guitar, Lead & Harmony Vocals; and Sarah Harris – Lead & Harmony Vocals, Mandolin. Sarah also contributed three original songs to the album.

The band gathered songs from some of today’s hottest songwriters making for an impressive track list:

  1. "Between Me and Jolene"
  2. "Time’s A Crooked Thing"
  3. "The Promised Land"
  4. "Lover’s Leap"
  5. "The Mirror"
  6. "Ten Miles To Deep Gap"
  7. "The Things We Do For Dreams"
  8. "Silver and Gold"
  9. "Right Where She Left Him"
  10. "My Own Worst Enemy"
  11. "Secrets"
  12. "Come Back Train"

As announced last week, Trinity River Band are candidates for nomination on the second of three ballots for the 2016 International Bluegrass Music Association (IBMA) Awards. Official nominees will be announced in August. Trinity River Band made an impressive appearance in the following categories: Vocal Group of the Year; Song of the Year for “How Blue” written by John Moffait; Album of the Year for their previous album Heartstrings, Orange Blossom Records; Gospel Recorded Event of the Year for "Give God the Power” written by Brink Brinkman; Emerging Artist of the Year; Recorded Event of the Year for "Fences" with special guest Marty Raybon written by Brink Brinkman and Dale Pyatt; and a Female Vocalist of the Year nod for Sarah Harris. For more information on joining IBMA, please visit

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