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Ronnie Reno and Rural Rhythm Records Join Forces

Reno's Old Time MusicNashville, TN -- Rural Rhythm Records is proud to announce a much larger association with entertainer Ronnie Reno that will involve music and video production development and marketing and distribution. Rural Rhythm president Sam Passamano and Ronnie Reno have been good friends for years and in 2010 their friendship developed into music distribution for Reno’s “Reno & Smiley – 1963” and “Mac Wiseman – 1971” CD titles.

Bluegrass Artist Steve Gulley Signs Long-Term Deal with Rural Rhythm

Sam Passamano and Steve GulleyNashville, TN -- Rural Rhythm Records is proud to announce it has signed a long-term recording and production agreement with Steve Gulley. The first album will be a gospel album titled Family,Friends & Fellowship, and is scheduled to be released in the first quarter of 2014. Guest artists on the album include; Ricky Skaggs, Doyle Lawson, Kenny & Amanda Smith, Joe Mullins, Tim Surrett, Phil Leadbetter, Les Butler, Mark Wheeler, Don Gulley, Debbie Gulley, Brad Gulley and more. Steve says, “I have felt the need to record an all-gospel project for a long time now. I have always looked at my music as a ministry and an extension of my faith so I’m so excited to finally have the chance to see this come to fruition in the making of Family,Friends & Fellowship.

Rural Rhythm Records Relocating to Mt. Juliet, Tennessee

Rural RhythmRural Rhythm Records announced that the label is relocating from their Los Angeles, California area to Mt. Juliet, Tennessee. This will bring the label closer to many of their artists as well as the region where much the music was born. During the next week, the office phone lines will be down, but staff will be able to be reached on their cell phones. There will be limited email access during the transition. The label's current PO Box in California will be kept open until the new mailing address is announced at a later time.

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