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Tammy Jones Robinette & The Drive's Latest Single Cruises Up Charts

To Be a Kid AgainNashville, Tenn., (March 23, 2016)—Tammy Jones Robinette & The Drive’s recently released single, “I Think I’ll Let You Drive,” has continued its climb on Singing News magazine's Bluegrass chart this month, cruising up to the #5 position (May) after entering the chart at #7 for April. Written by Steve Gulley, the latest track is one of many songs from the 12-song, self-titled album that has found its way onto a variety of charts.

Tammy Jones Robinette's Debuts at #7 in Singing News Bluegrass Chart

I Think I'll Let You DrivNashville, TN -- Tammy Jones Robinette & The Drive's latest single release, "I Think I'll Let You Drive," will debut in Singing News magazine's Bluegrass chart at #7 (April 2016). The song, penned by the award-winning Steve Gulley, is the second single released from the 12-track, self-titled album, Tammy Jones Robinette & The Drive to enter the charts in the Top-10. "To Be A Kid Again," written by Robinette, debuted at #6 on the Bluegrass Today chart this past fall.

Tammy Jones Robinette & The Drive Release "I Think I'll Let You Drive" Video

I Think I'll Let You DriveNashville, TN -- Tammy Jones Robinette & The Drive have released a lyric video for their second single, "I Think I'll Let You Drive." Produced by Sammy3 Productions of the Passamano Brothers, the video is a complementary companion of Robinette's second single (distributed to radio last week), and the follow-up single to “To Be a Kid Again,” which reached #6 on Bluegrass Today’s Weekly Airplay Chart/Top-20 on the monthly chart, from the 12-track, self-titled album Tammy Jones Robinette & The Drive on Rural Rhythm Records.

Tammy Jones Robinette Releases New Radio Single

To Be a Kid AgainNashville, TN -- Rural Rhythm Records has announced the release of the second single, “I Think I’ll Let You Drive,” from the 12-track self-titled album Tammy Jones Robinette & The Drive, to radio today. The mid-tempo song penned by Steve Gulley features the superb and refreshing alto of Robinette, with Gulley and Grammy-nominee Dale Ann Bradley on backing vocals. It also features a heavy fiddle intro and outro by Aubrey Haynie, as well as the mandolin-stylings of Sam Bush and resonator work of Grammy-nominee Rob Ickes. The single is available for download on ITUNES, AMAZON and in stores where fine Bluegrass and Gospel music is sold. The lyric video for the song will be available next week. For more information of Tammy Jones Robinette & The Drive, please visit www.TammyJonesRobinetteandTheDrive.com.

Tammy Jones Robinette & The Drive's Sophomore Release Out Now

To Be a Kid AgainNashville, TN - Gathering momentum from the initial success of Tammy Jones Robinette's preview single release, "To Be a Kid Again" (reaching #6 on Bluegrass Today's Weekly Airplay Chart and hitting the top-20 on the Monthly Airplay Chart), Rural Rhythm Records is pleased to announce the release of the album Tammy Jones Robinette & The Drive, available today on iTunes, Amazon and in stores where Bluegrass and Gospel music is sold. Radio programmers can download the album at Airplay Direct by clicking here.

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.

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