(NASHVILLE,TN) – Kim Robins is proud to
announce her debut album, 40 Years Late, set to release on Feb 5th,
2013. 40 Years Late is a timeless piece featuring 12 songs that display heartache
and regeneration. Robins will be showcasing her new album with many dates in
Indiana, January through March. Seven of the twelve songs were written by
Robins herself, telling stories about keeping a dream in the back seat for many
years; it will speak to those who have done the same. This wonderful collection
includes stories that reflect Robins’ own life through her own original songs
and remakes from bluegrass legends.

    “This album is a
mixture of traditional and progressive bluegrass, country and blues. Someone
once asked me why don’t you choose one genre, and I replied because it is
everything I am” quoted Kim Robins. Her favorite track on the album is “Cry”
she states that it is a true story and very emotional, with wonderful
instrumentals to make it a masterpiece.

    Her influences include
Buck Owens, Ray Price, Loretta Lynn and Barbara Mandrell. Her most influenced
artists are Connie Smith, as Robins pays tribute on her on 40 Years Late, as
well as Bill Monroe. Robins mimics the iconic hiccup that Connie Smith delivers
on her debut album in “I’ve Got My Baby on My Mind”. 40 Years Late also
features a bonus track with her father, a bluegrass great, Don Brummett and
Butch Robins.

    The team assembled to
create 40 Years Late came together and produced an album that will be exquisite
and cherished for years to come. Legendary Butch Robins on banjo; Michael
Cleveland, International Bluegrass Music Association’s nine-time Fiddle
Performer of the Year; Jeff Guernsey, former fiddle player for Vince Gill, on
guitar; and Lynn Manzenberger, formerly with The Wilwood Valley Boys, on bass.
Cleveland’s mandolin player, Nathan Livers, also played on several tracks.
Richard Torstrick engineered and co-produced 40 Years Late.

40 Years Late Track Listing:
1.Born to Roam
2. Cry
3. If You Lived Here
4. Forty Years Late
5. I’ve Got My Baby on My Mind
6. Can’t You Hear Me Calling
7. Another Place in Time
8. It’s Me Again
9. Heartache and Regret
10. The Last Thing On My Mind
11. I Want to Know
12. So Long
Bonus Track: What a Friend We Have in Jesus/ Shuckin The Corn

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