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The Lumineers on Cover of New Music Magazine ‘LargoUmbra’

Largo UmbraLargoUmbra, a website for a visual orchestration of sound and feeling mixed with the personalities of those who bring you some of the sweetest and most enjoyable sounds in music, is proud to announce the launch of their premiere online magazine. Grammy nominated artist, The Lumineers grace the cover of the debut issue that contains numerous feature articles including a preview of The 2013 Grammy Awards, a new album from the hit TV show Justified, and more. Some of the talented artists covered in the February issue include roots and bluegrass music artists: Jewel, Donna Hughes, Lonesome River Band, Alabama Shakes, Allen Levi, The Roys, Lisa Matassa, Sleepy Man Banjo Boys, Rodney Dillard, and more.

Rodney and Beverly Dillard Join The Pink Arrow Project

Rodney & Beverly DillardAtlanta, GA -- Mary J. Hale, Founder and CEO of the Pink Arrow Project is proud to announce Rodney and Beverly Dillard have joined the organization to help raise awareness to the project. “My wife, Beverly and I are proud to be a part of the Pink Arrow Project. Cancer has touched wonderful people in both of our families including Beverly's mother. We stand with all who will work towards eradicating this disease,” said Rodney Dillard.

Song of the Mountains Presents Rodney Dillard and More March 3, 2012

Rodney DillardMarion, VA -- He was one of the Darling Boys on the 1960s "Andy Griffith Show" and he is going to tape an episode of Song of the Mountains at the Lincoln Theatre in Marion, Virginia on Saturday, March 3rd. Rodney Dillard and the Dillard Band will headline the concert on March 3rd which will also include musical performances by the Close Kin Project and Bobby and Blue Ridge Tradition.

Rodney Dillard to be Inducted into Missouri Music Association Hall of Fame

The DillardsRural Rhythm Records is proud to announce that Rodney Dillard was inducted into the Missouri Music Association's new Hall of Fame when the organization honored its three premier inductees in the bluegrass genre: The Dillards, John Hartford and Charlie Wolfe. This new Hall of Fame will recognize Missouri talent from all genres of music and will collaborate with other music organizations within the state of Missouri, and elsewhere, to provide a central database of Missouri talent. Initially, the Hall of Fame will include talent that has already been recognized by other Halls of Fame based on their individual music genre. All three of these new inductees are currently members of the International Bluegrass Hall of Fame.

Rodney Dillard & The Dillard Band set for Sept 22 Performance in Tallahassee

Rodney DillardScott Carswell presents the upcoming concert aston martin by Rodney Dillard & The Dillard Band featuring The Traveling Acoustic Ensemble. This highly anticipated event takes place Thursday, September 22, 2011 at The Moon, 1105 E. Lafayette Street, Tallahassee Florida. Doors open at 6:30 and the show begins at 8:00 p.m. Advance General Admission and student $10; others $15; and reserved seating $25. More information please visit or call (850) 878-6900.

Rodney Dillard: 'Don't Wait for the Hearse to Take You to Church'

Don't Wait for the Hearse to Take You to ChurchRodney Dillard's long and illustrious career has resulted in two GRAMMY Nominations, induction into the International Bluegrass Music Hall of Fame, a well-known acting stint on The Andy Griffith Show, and worldwide acclaim for over 50 years of recording both traditional bluegrass and his own brand of DillardGrass. It is with great pleasure that Rural Rhythm Christian announces the August 16, 2011 album release, Don't Wait for the Hearse to Take You to Church by Rodney Dillard & The Dillard Band (Featuring Beverly Dillard). The album features stand out tracks like the title cut, and also the "The Devil Just Can't Knock Me Off My Knees", written by the Dillard's friend and 5-time Dove Award winning songwriter Bruce Haynes.

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