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Tammy Jones Robinette & The Drive Album Due October 30

To Be a Kid AgainNashville, TN -- Following the success of Tammy Jones Robinette's preview single, "To Be a Kid Again," Rural Rhythm Records is pleased to announce that it will release the full album, Tammy Jones Robinette & The Drive, on Friday, October 30. Recorded at Skaggs Place Studio and produced by Mark Fain (award-winning bass player and longtime band member of Kentucky Thunder) and engineered by Terry Thompson, the album is supported by a collection of superstar pickers, including Mark Fain (bass), Aubrey Haynie (fiddle), Ron Block (banjo), Seth Taylor (rhythm guitar), Rob Ickes (dobro) and the legendary Sam Bush (mandolin). Steve Gulley, Jamie Dailey, Jimmy Fortune, Dale Ann Bradley, Jennifer Wrinkle and David Casteel provide supporting vocals. Fortune is featured on "The Letters," one of four original tunes penned by Robinette on the 12-track project. Other writers include Steve Gulley, Ronnie Spriggs, Bobette Punches, Paul Overstreet, Brent Lamb, Larry Santiago, R.H. Cornelius and Larry Whitehead.

Tammy Jones Robinette Gears Up for Album Release & IBMA Showcase

Tammy Jones Robinette & The DriveNashville, TN --Tammy Jones Robinette continues to gather momentum for the release of her upcoming album, Tammy Jones Robinette & The Drive, due out on Rural Rhythm Records this fall. Her preview single, "To Be a Kid Again," debuted at #10 on Bluegrass Today's Weekly Airplay Chart.

Tammy Jones Robinette Signs with Rural Rhythm Records

Tammy Jones Signs with Rural Rhythm RecordsNashville, TN -- In preparation for her second Bluegrass project, Tammy Jones Robinette has signed with powerhouse Bluegrass label, Rural Rhythm Records. The deal comes on the heels of Tammy's first Bluegrass release last year. Produced by Mark Fain (versatile bass player and longtime band member of Ricky Skaggs' Kentucky Thunder), Let it Shine was warmly embraced by both Bluegrass and Gospel critics, earning three entries for consideration in the initial nomination process by the IBMA.

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