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RHONDA VINCENT SET TO RELEASE NEW ALBUM "ONLY ME" ON 1/28/14
Five-time Grammy nominee Rhonda Vincent, the New Queen of Bluegrass as deemed by the Wall Street Journal, is clearing the lane for her upcoming 2-Disc combination release that includes six-songs each of Bluegrass and Country. The project, appropriately titled Only Me, serves as a reminder why Rhonda Vincent & The Rage is the most awarded band in bluegrass music. Only Me will be released on Upper Management Music, and available where all music is sold on January 28, 2014.
Sticking with her musical roots, Rhonda is joined by Daryle Singletary on “We Must Have Been Out of Our Minds,” while Willie Nelson adds vocals and a guitar solo to the title track.
“The Bluegrass pickers on this song are some of the best that I have ever heard. When I think of Bluegrass, this is the sound that I hear,” says Willie Nelson. “Rhonda’s voice is beautiful. I am thankful for her letting me be a part of it all.”
This project answers the question of whether Rhonda’s voice is bluegrass or country; by confirming, “it’s in the perception of the listener.” Titled Only Me to further make the statement that either way, bluegrass or country, it’s Rhonda!
RHONDA VINCENT JOINS THE BEACH BOYS, THE BEATLES, DAVID BOWIE, AND THE ROLLING STONES FOR ALL-TIME BEST ALBUM, WORST ALBUM ART
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (November 29, 2013) – In a recent Huffington Post poll, the “new queen of bluegrass” as named by the Wall Street Journal, Rhonda Vincent joins some of the biggest names in music for having the “BEST ALBUM” of all-time with the “WORST ALBUM ART.”
As quoted by The Huffington Post, “Hey, look! Your Sunday School teacher made an album! Hailed today as one of the best bluegrass records of the past 30 years, Rhonda Vincent’s first album may also have one of the all-time dweebiest covers. The hair. The sequins. The font. The blush. The lavender. The hair. Everything about this screams the early ‘80s (which is all the dorkier considering that the record came out in the early ‘90s). But if you are able to unsee that awkwardness, the performances on this extraordinary debut are all utterly thrilling.”
“To have my music recognized 20 years after its release as one of the best albums of all-time, is a cool thing and pretty amazing,” says the award-winning Rhonda Vincent. “Back then I was recording for an independent label and now, today, I continue to make the BEST music possible, and meet the challenge of creating the artwork for my own label. I've learned so much since this CD, and now I have the tools and knowledge to make a better album cover!! But, regardless of the album art, I am thrilled to be among some of the best recording artists, and listed in the top 10 albums of all-time! Wait till you see my next album cover, to be released in January!
Top 10 Best Albums, Worst Album Art:
1. The Beach Boys – Pet Sounds
2. Blind Faith – Blind Faith
3. Rhonda Vincent – A Dream Come True
4. David Bowie – Diamond Dogs
5. Iron Maiden – Iron of the Beast
6. The Beatles – Yesterday and Today
7. Neil Young – Zuma
8. Ghostface Killah – Supreme Clientele
9. Waylon Jennings – Ladies Love Outlaws
10. The Rolling Stones – Get Your Ya Yas Out