Blue Ryman

Oh yeah I think I have finally covered all of the current happenings in so many communities, this is one of the greatest ones that happen in my area. This one is extremely important because Bluegrass lost two of their gretaest Legends last week, Jesse McReynolds and Bobby Osbourne.

Each week, some of Bluegrass Legends mix it up with some of Bluegrass rising stars to entertain us and to share their songs and stories with us from the mother church of Country Music. Bluegrass means a lot to me because as a Christian man it is a genre that always seeks out to glorify Christ in every way. I try my best to do the same with this website, you will find “media drama” and trash talking is omitted from this outlet. here is the press release:

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Multi-award-winning bluegrass artist and Grand Ole Opry member Rhonda Vincent along with her Grammy award-winning band, The Rage, is set to headline the world-famous Ryman Auditorium Thursday, July 13 at 7:30 pm as part of Springer Mountain Farms Bluegrass Nights At The Ryman. The “Queen of Bluegrass” along with her opening act, The Kody Norris Show, will entertain the audience during this Nashville summer tradition with both classic crowd-pleasers and possibly a few new tunes from her upcoming album. Their timeless yet innovative bluegrass sounds bring unmatched energy to every stage they step on, including the Ryman.

To purchase tickets, visit HERE.

“Every time I have the opportunity to set foot on the Ryman Auditorium stage is a truly remarkable day,” expresses Vincent. “This sacred ground carries a profound resonance with each note, creating a magical experience. During the show, we will have special guests and some surprises along the way, and we will share with the audience our new upcoming single, “The City Of New Orleans,” BLUEGRASS STYLE. I sincerely invite you to be a part of it!”

Vincent will be releasing her latest single, “The City of New Orleans” on July 14 along with a music video from an upcoming project release. The theme of the project is “destinations”; an idea born from a song contribution to the album from Grand Ole Opry Star, Jeannie Seely.  Embracing her latest single and an expanding tour schedule, the renowned “Queen of Bluegrass” continues to work harder than ever!

“I feel it’s important to be able to recreate what we produce in the studio on the stage,” Vincent states. “I think people expect to hear a similar emulation of what we have recorded and make it translate on our show. That is easy to do when it’s the same musicians. I travel with award-winning musicians, who are not only incredible musicians but great people. I am so honored to work and travel with these amazing men.”

For more information and to keep up with everything Rhonda Vincent, visit her website and follow her social channels below.

Springer Mountain Farms Bluegrass Nights at the Ryman 2023 Lineup:
June 22 – Sierra Hull with Special Guests East Nash Grass
June 29– Jerry Douglas & Peter Rowan
July 6 – Sam Bush
July 13 – Rhonda Vincent
July 20 – Dailey & Vincent
July 27 – Ricky Skaggs

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