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New Album From Alan Bibey & Grasstowne

Morning Glory Musicis delighted to release the brand new, all gospel project fromAlan Bibey & Grasstowne. Gonna Rise & Shine has
already been a huge success with its first two singles. The title
track, “Gonna Rise & Shine” has spent 33 weeks on the Bluegrass
Today Weekly Gospel Chart with 10 of those being at #1. The second
single from this project, “When Jesus Swings The Wrecking Ball,”
has spent more than 14 weeks on the same chart with six #1’s so far!
It’s no wonder fans have been eagerly awaiting the band’s full project.
The good news is, Gonna Rise & Shine is available today everywhere great music is offered.

THINGS TO KNOW

Gonna Rise & Shine Features the talents of:

Alan Bibey – vocals & mandolin

Zak McLamb – bass

Laura Orshaw – fiddle & vocals

Mike Bentley – guitar & vocals

Justin Jenkins – banjo

 

  • Grasstowne is fronted by the very talented and Grammy Nominated, Alan Bibey.
  • Bibey has been performing since the early 1980’s and is recognized as one of the best mandolinists in the genre. 
  • He has surrounded himself with exceptional talent to match his well-crafted and seasoned skill.
  • Gonna Rise & Shine was produced by Alan Bibey. 
  • It was mixed and mastered by Ron Stewart.

Broadcasters may request a digital download link by emailing radio@mountainfever.com

 

 

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