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The Infamous Stringdusters Debut New Music Video for “Gravity”

GravityNashville, TN -- Bluegrass virtuosos The Infamous Stringdusters released their latest album Laws of Gravity on January, 13th 2017 on Compass Records. The 13-track collection debuted at #1 on Billboard's Bluegrass Albums chart and celebrates a return to form for the Grammy-nominated acoustic quintet. The video for their latest single "Gravity" premiered today on CMT and is now in rotation. The video features a compelling, emotive portrait of the energy and passion of young love.

New Bobby Osborne Video, “I've Gotta Get a Message to You”

Bobby OsborneThe Tennessean premiered the video for the pop-grass cover of the 1970s Bee Gees hit, "I've Gotta Get a Message to You" -- Bobby Osborne's first video! This premiere video featurs Rob Ickes, Claire Lynch, Sierra Hull, Trey Hensley, Stuart Duncan, producer/banjoist Compass co-founder Alison Brown, and the man himself. Alison put together this cast of bluegrass music's finest players and singers for the Original project, all of whom were all excited and honored to be recording with a living legend. The album's 10 tracks feature interesting and unexpected musical pairings.

A Look at Dailey & Vincent's “Patriots & Poets” Album

Patriots & PoetsNashville, TN -- Multi-GRAMMY® nominee, newly inducted Grand Ole Opry members and three-time International Bluegrass Music Association Entertainer of the Year winners Dailey & Vincent continue to expand upon their monumental 2017 with the release of their latest album Patriots & Poets. In addition to celebrating 10 years together as a duo, they're exploring new boundaries while also going back to their bluegrass roots on Patriots & Poets, which features collaborations with Steve Martin, Doyle Lawson, TaRanda Greene, David Rawlings, and Bela Fleck.The multiple IBMA and Dove winners, who Billboard stated "continues to set the standard for which all modern-day Bluegrass artists are measured by," is releasing Patriots & Poets via Dreamlined Entertainment Group and BFD (distributed via RED), and fans can pick up a copy on iTunes, Amazon and wherever music is sold.

Lorraine Jordan & Carolina Road Teams Up With Lee Greenwood

Lee Greenwood with Lorraine JordanNashville, TN -- It's been 32 years since Lee Greenwood hit the top of the country charts with his smash single, "Dixie Road," and the hit maker is continuing to turn heads with a new, recreated bluegrass version of the song. The singer/songwriter recently teamed up with Lorraine Jordan & Carolina Road for a remake of the classic song, with a more prominent banjo and bluegrass vibe. The video for "Dixie Road" made its premiere yesterday on Country Rebel and is shown below.

Wilson Fairchild's “Songs Our Dad’s Wrote” due Feb 7

Songs Our Dads WroteWilson Fairchild is a country music duo made up of Wil and Langdon Reid from the beautiful Shenandoah Valley of Virginia. These two men, referred to as “the Reid boys,” are highly acclaimed songwriters who have been writing, performing and playing music together their whole lives. They both have been writing songs since their teenage years in between baseball and football games and girls, of course. Along with recording their own music, such artists as the Statler Brothers, Ricky Skaggs and Dailey & Vincent have also recorded their songs. So yes, that means their songwriting gamut spans through the country, bluegrass and gospel fields. Wilson Fairchild is gearing up for their upcoming project, Songs Our Dads Wrote, which will hit stores February 7.

New Rhonda Vincent Video from "Christmas Time"

Rhonda VincentThe six-time Grammy® nominated artist, Rhonda Vincent, is set to reveal Christmas Time via Upper Management Music. Among the tunes, you will find the "Twelve Days of Christmas," like you've never heard before! Rhonda calls upon some of her most famous Country music friends to join her in the celebration; including Dolly Parton, Willie Nelson, Charlie Daniels, The Oak Ridge Boys and more.

Tony Trischka Announces 'Of a Winter's Night' Holiday Shows

Tony TrischkaOf A Winter’s Night is banjo master Tony Trischka’s celebration of the season, where he turns his considerable melodic inventiveness loose on Bluegrass and Americana music for the holidays. Tony will be performing two hometown shows, December 22 at Mexicali Live in Teaneck, NJ and December 24 at Joe’s Pub in NYC. Tickets are on sale now.

Michael Cleveland goes Viral "Fiddler's Dream" Video

Fiddler's DreamNashville, TN -- Compass Records writes, "We could not have been happier when the team here at Compass headquarters learned that Michael Cleveland had gone 'viral', racking up over 6M views in a matter of days for a backstage video shot with a stranger's phone. A precious example of the truly deserving finding its place in the landscape of cat videos, pratfalls and teenagers talking about themselves that dominate the internet."

The O’Connor Band Releases “Coming Home” Video

O’Connor Band Coming HomeThe O’Connor Band was number one again on the Billboard Bluegrass Chart again this past week. The O’Connor Band has just released a new video of the band performing “Coming Home” which features some skateboarding fiddle playing by Mark. Consisting of four master instrumentalists, The O'Connor Band is all family -- Grammy and CMA Award-winning Mark O'Connor (violin); Mark's wife, Maggie (violin); his son Forrest (mandolin); and Forrest's fiancé, Kate Lee (violin). 'Coming Home,' their 12-track debut album on Rounder Records, debuted at number one on the Billboard Bluegrass Albums Chart last month. For all the instrumental virtuosity on display here, it is the songs - both Mark's instrumental compositions, and the vocal songs written by Forrest and Kate, the band's lead singers -- that are at the heart of this project. “Coming Home” is just one fine example presented on this album.

Alison Brown Releases 360 Video for “What’s Going On?”

360 Video of What's Going OnProgressive. Pioneer. Envelope pusher. CFO. These are some of the many terms that have been used to describe banjo innovator, producer and record company owner, Alison Brown. And now, she adds "early adopter" to the list with the release of a 360 video shot during recording sessions at Compass Sound Studios, home of the record label she co-founded in 1996.

Cindy Baucom Launches Bluegrass Music Video Show

Cindy BaucomYadkinville, NC -- Blue Ridge Music Hall of Fame member and IBMA Broadcaster of the Year, Cindy Baucom, is taking her national radio show, Knee-Deep In Bluegrass, to television this fall under the same name. During the launch, the show (produced by North Valley Media for Yadtel) will air weekly in northwest and central North Carolina on YVTV7, Surry Television, Alleghany TV and MYTV1.

Latest Hogslop String Band Video Shot in 16mm Style

John Henry VideoAfter their successful video release of "Reuben's Train", Hogslop String Band is back with a brand new video, "John Henry." The Hogslop String Band is a Nashville based old time string band comprised of five energetic young musicians hailing from Georgia, Tennessee, California, and North Carolina. Featuring Casy Meikle and Kevin Martin on fiddles, Graham Sherrill on banjo, Gabriel Kelley on guitar, and Casey “Pickle” McBride on the washtub bass, these boys surely raise a ruckus.

Monroe Mandolin Camp 2nd Annual Video Scholarship Competition Winner Announced

Dylan Ferris//Mandolin Cafe/ Nashville, TN -- The Monroe Mandolin Camp, a traditional roots based music camp offering world class instruction on the music of the Founder of Bluegrass, Bill Monroe, is proud to announce the winner of the 2nd Annual Video Scholarship Competition, generously underwritten by Intelometry.

Michael Cleveland & Flamekeeper - Video Phenom

Michael Cleveland & Flamekeeper recently had something pretty cool happen - a video captured backstage of Michael and Nathan Livers jamming on "Jerusalem Ridge" prior to the band's performance at ForestFest, went viral. And by "viral," we mean over 5.5 MILLION views since it was posted on June 24th via the InspireMore Facebook page!

Lou Reid and Carolina Celebrate The Crooked Road

Lou Reid and Carolina - Rollin’ OnAbingdon, VA -- The Crooked Road is a 330-mile driving route across Southwest Virginia where authentic American music traditions first took root in mountain communities like Big Stone Gap, Floyd and Galax. Thanks to Lou Reid and Carolina, that road now has an anthem every bit as memorable as the landscape through which it travels.

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