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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.

T.G. Sheppard Joins Lorraine Jordan & Carolina Road in Latest Video

T.G. Sheppard, Lorraine Jordan & Carolina RoadNashville, TN -- Bluegrass crowd favorites Lorraine Jordan & Carolina have turned a lot of heads with their latest project, Country Grass. The band continues to leave their mark on the genre with the latest video for "Do You Wanna Go to Heaven." The track features 21-time country chart-topper T.G. Sheppard on the classic song, which recently celebrated its 35th Anniversary since topping the country charts. The video for the new bluegrass version of the song premiered exclusively on The Boot.

Lorraine Jordan & Carolina Road Team Up with John Conlee for New Video

John Conle with Lorraine JordanNashville, TN -- Crowd favorites Lorraine Jordan & Carolina Road continue to bring their hard-driving bluegrass sound to audiences nationwide with their new music video for "Common Man," featuring Grand Ole Opry star John Conlee, debuting exclusively on The Boot. "Common Man" is available now through digital retailers on Lorraine Jordan & Carolina Road's latest album, Country Grass.

Lorraine Jordan & Carolina Road on Bluegrass Junction Oct 14

Country GrassNashville, TN -- Bluegrass chart-toppers Lorraine Jordan & Carolina Road are bringing their upbeat, hard-driving traditional sound to Sirius-XM Bluegrass Junction next week. The dynamic group will appear on a very special Track-by-Track with Kyle Cantrell on Oct. 14 at 11am EST. Tune in as they offer an in-depth insight on all 13 tracks from their latest album, Country Grass. The star-studded project features collaborations with some of Country music's top legends such as Crystal Gayle, Lee Greenwood, The Kentucky Headhunters, T.G. Sheppard, Eddy Raven, John Conlee and Marty Raybon in addition to the late Jim Ed Brown and Lynn Anderson.

Lorraine Jordan & Carolina Road Team Up with Eddy Raven

Lorraine Jordan & Carolina Road with Eddy RavenNashville, TN -- What do you get when you pair one of the hottest bluegrass acts in the country, Lorraine Jordan & Carolina Road, with some of Country music's top legends? You get the Bluegrass genre's latest trend that has been sweeping the nation: Country Grass. Eddy Raven, who is the original singer of the #1 Billboard hit, "I Got Mexico," recently went into the studio with Lorraine Jordan & Carolina Road to re-cut the fun, upbeat song, but this time Bluegrass style. The video was shot on-location in Nashville, and premiered exclusively on The Boot. Country Grass, released earlier this year, features collaborations with other Country Greats like Crystal Gayle, Lee Greenwood, The Kentucky Headhunters, T.G. Sheppard, Eddy Raven, John Conlee and Marty Raybon in addition to the late Jim Ed Brown and Lynn Anderson.

“Country Grass” Debuts at #6 on Billboard Bluegrass Chart

Country GrassLorraine Jordan & Carolina Road have debuted at #6 on the Billboard Bluegrass Albums Chart with their latest Pinecastle Records release, Country Grass. In addition, their single, "Runnin' Water," has debuted on Bluegrass Unlimited's National Survey at #25. For Country Grass the bluegrass chart-toppers have teamed with some of the biggest country artists of all-time, including Crystal Gayle, Lee Greenwood, Jim Ed Brown, Lynn Anderson, The Kentucky Headhunters, T.G. Sheppard, Eddy Raven, and John Conlee, to give country classics a new, unique, bluegrass twist. In addition, joining the impressive line-up is country singers Kelly Lang and Jesse Keith Whitley, along with bluegrass favorites Marty Raybon and Ronnie Reno.

Lorraine Jordan & Carolina Road on Woodsongs Old-Time Radio Monday

Lorraine Jordan & Carolina RoadNashville, TN -- Lorraine Jordan & Carolina Road are set to appear on WoodSongs Old-Time Radio Hour on Monday, June 22 during the 7 pm (ET) hour with special guest Eddy Raven. In addition to performing Raven's #1 hit, "I Got Mexico," Lorraine Jordan & Carolina Road will also perform songs from their brand new album, Country Grass. Fans who cannot make it to The Lyric Theatre in Lexington, Ken., can stream the show LIVE online at woodsongs.com. In addition to the live stream, the show will also air on over 500 radio stations at a later date.

Lorraine Jordan & Carolina Road Release "Country Grass" Tuesday

Country GrassThere has been a whole lot of excitement about the latest project by Lorraine Jordan & Carolina Road including some of the biggest country artists of all-time, including Crystal Gayle, Lee Greenwood, Jim Ed Brown, Lynn Anderson, The Kentucky Headhunters, T.G. Sheppard, Eddy Raven, and John Conlee, and others. From an early video release to a sampling online, the comments and buzz surrounding this collaborative project has all been excellent. Lorraine was gracious enough to give Cybergrass her comments on the new Country Grass project.

Lorraine Jordan & Carolina Road, Country Legends to Release "Country Grass"

Country GrassNashville, TN -- Lorraine Jordan & Carolina Road are proud to announce the official release date, track listing, and artwork for their forthcoming album Country Grass, due out June 9th on Pinecastle Records. The bluegrass chart-toppers have teamed with some of the biggest country artists of all-time, including Crystal Gayle, Lee Greenwood, Jim Ed Brown, Lynn Anderson, The Kentucky Headhunters, T.G. Sheppard, Eddy Raven, and John Conlee, to give country classics a new, unique, bluegrass twist. In addition, joining the impressive line-up is country singers Kelly Lang and Jesse Keith Whitley, along with bluegrass favorites Marty Raybon and Ronnie Reno.

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