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Dolly Parton to Celebrate Record Store Day with Blue Smoke

Blue SmokeNew York, NY -- Sony Masterworks and internationally-renowned superstar Dolly Parton celebrate Record Store Day on Saturday, April 19, with the release of a limited 7-inch vinyl. The blue vinyl features two tracks from Parton’s upcoming album Blue Smoke - “Blue Smoke” and “Home.” Blue Smoke will be released by Sony Masterworks and Dolly Records on May 13, 2014. It is available for pre-order now. The album includes 12 bluegrass and country songs including covers of Bob Dylan and Bon Jovi classics, and duets with Willie Nelson and Kenny Rogers. Blue Smoke marks the first release of new music from Parton since 2011.

Get Ready for Record Store Day 2014

Record BuyersApril 19th is Record Store Day!! As a vinyl lover who appreciates the LP format and the newer "heavy vinyl" format, this day has special meaning for us. This year we find some gems in the release roster that includes The Everly Brothers Songs Our Daddy Taught Us, some Greatful Dead, a bit of Gram Parsons, and more. If its something more bluegrass related, there are vinyl releases for our favorite genre too including the newly released A Dotted Line by Nickel Creek, Keep On Walkin' by the Grascals, Will The Circle Be Unbroken in 180 gram vinyl and more.

Country Artists Take a New Spin on Vinyl

Will The Circle Be Unbroken/CMA/ Nashville, TN -- By Randy Rudder
Not since the early 1990s has the acronym “LP” had currency in the recording world. Yet it’s creeping back into the nomenclature among some Millennials and members of Generation Y as they discover the wonders of vinyl albums.

Nitty Gritty Dirt Band's Circle Album Remastered for 40th Anniversary

Bernie Grundman, bob Carpenter, Chris Bellman, John McEuen/DMN Newswire/ The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band's seminal 1972 Americana album, Will the Circle be Unbroken, has been remastered from the original analog tapes for a deluxe 40th Anniversary 3LP vinyl and high definition digital HDtracks edition, released Tuesday, March 12 by Capitol Nashville. This is the seminal 1972 country/Americana/bluegrass album's first ever vinyl reissue. Pictured at Bernie Grundman Mastering are (L-R) Bernie Grundman, keyboardist Bob Carpenter, mastering engineer Chris Bellman, and John McEuen. Photo by David Goggin.

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