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Carolina Road's 'Back To My Roots' Sees Healthy Chart Action

Back To My RootsCarolina Road issued a big "Thank You" to the bluegrass music community for the support their latest album, Back To My Roots has received and continues to receive. The single, "A Light In The Window, Again" has also been successful on this project as radio continues to spin the track. The Back to My Roots record is now #10 on the Bluegrass Unlimited Magazine Top 30 Songs, Bluegrass Music Profiles Magazine Top 30 Hot Singles, and has also been on the top of Roots Music, WNCW, and Power Source Music Charts.em

Review: Carolina Road - Back to My Roots

Back To My RootsBy Joe Ross
It's been about four or five years since I reviewed Carolina Road's two album releases on Tom T. Hall's Blue Circle Records label. I found the hardworking band from North Carolina to be fully dedicated to presenting a traditional bluegrass sound with a copious amount of personalized contemporary charisma. Now associated with Rural Rhythm Records, this is the band's second release on that label. While the band has experienced a few personnel changes on guitar and bass over the years, the stability in this group are still Lorraine Jordan (mandolin, vocals), Josh Goforth (fiddle, vocals), and Ben Greene (banjo, vocals). They bring strength and solidity to the table. The band's newest members are Tommy Long (guitar, lead vocals) and Eddie Biggerstaff (bass). Both have plenty of experience and fit right in.

Carolina Road Goes Back To Their Roots with New CD

Back To My RootsRural Rhythm Records is proud to announce the new album, Back To My Roots by Carolina Road. This new project includes the talents of: Tommy Long (guitar, lead vocals); Lorraine Jordan (mandolin and vocals); Ben Greene (banjo); Josh Goforth (fiddle); and Eddie Biggerstaff (bass.) "The Lady of Tradition, Lorraine Jordan and her band Carolina Road continue to go deep into the roots of Bluegrass. With Back To My Roots they show how to bring a fresh new feel to the Traditional Bluegrass sound we all love. Carolina Road is keeping the Tradition alive and well," says Dennis Jones, WNCW Radio host.

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