NASHVILLE, Tenn. (December 14, 2015)
– The countdown to Christmas is on, and Rhonda Vincent is celebrating
with multiple TV appearances, including SiriusXM’ s “Bluegrass Junction”
and “Music City Roots” on Dec. 16 and TBN’s “Praise the Lord” on Dec.
17. The International Bluegrass Music Association’s Female Vocalist of
the Year’s latest album, Christmas Time, has received rave reviews. The critically-acclaimed project has recently been featured in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and the Boston Globe, to name a few. You can also read an in-depth interview with the six-time Grammy nominee in the latest issue of NASH Country Weekly,
where she opens up about the recording process of the star-studded
album, which features collaborations with Dolly Parton, Willie Nelson,
Charlie Daniels, The Oak Ridge Boys, Ronnie Milsap, Lorrie Morgan and
Upcoming Rhonda Vincent Appearances:
Dec. 16 at 10:00am/CT – Track-by-Track (SiriusXM Bluegrass Junction)
Dec. 16 at 7:00pm/CT – Music City Roots (musiccityroots.com)
Dec. 17 at 9:00pm/CT – Praise the Lord (TBN)
Dec. 19 at 7:00pm/CT – Reno’s Old Time Music (RFD)
Dec. 24 at 6:30am/CT – Reno’s Old Time Music (RFD)
Bluegrass fans are in for a treat as Vincent returns to SiriusXM’ s
“Bluegrass Junction” on Dec. 16 for a very special episode of
“Track-by-Track.” Tune in as the reigning IBMA “Female Vocalist of the
Year” opens up about all 12 songs from the instant holiday classic,
which recently received a 4 out of 5 star rating in Country Music People
magazine. The show, which is hosted by Kyle Cantrell, premieres on Dec.
Vincent makes her return to the popular Jim Lauderdale-hosted show
“Music City Roots” on Dec.16. The special John McEuen 70th Birthday Jam
and Christmas show airs live at 7pm CT, and will also feature
performances by Sam Bush, Jerry Douglas, Jesse McReynolds and more.
Broadcast on Wednesday nights from 7pm to 9pm, CST, “Music City Roots,”
Live From The Factory showcases Nashville’s astonishing music scene,
from Country and Americana to more progressive interpreters of tradition
— a “roots and branches” format that brings together fans of different
tastes and generations. Presented live from the stage of the The
Factory, this show showcases purveyors of authenticity across many
genres. Fans can stream the show LIVE, or listen in at musiccityroots.com.
TBN’s hit show “Praise the Lord” will also feature Vincent performing songs from Christmas Time.
The unique holiday-themed episode will bring the Christmas spirit front
and center on the faith-based program, which is hosted by gospel singer
Jason Crabb. The program brings the highest caliber of guests from
well-known celebrities to laypersons for interview, as well as, singers,
musicians, evangelists and the coverage of revivals and crusades from
around the world. This award winning program has been on each week night
for over 30 years. Catch Rhonda Vincent’s episode on Dec. 17.
Rhonda Vincent returns to RFD’s “Reno’s Old Time Music” to co-host a
very special episode of the new series, “Hats Off to Bluegrass.” Just in
time for Christmas, Rhonda and Ronnie introduce the best holiday-themed
performances by Reno’s guests, as well as share personal stories of the
season. Rhonda also treats fans with a delightful performance of one of
her favorite holiday tunes. The episode is set to air from December
19-24 on RFD-TV (check local listings here).
About Rhonda Vincent:
Rhonda Vincent, dubbed “The New Queen of Bluegrass” by the Wall
Street Journal, began her musical journey at the age of three,
performing alongside her family members on what was called The Sally
Mountain Show. She sang bluegrass as a teenager, then recorded a couple
of mainstream country albums in the 1990’s, when makeup artists cared
more about her looks than her sound. She was asked if she could “get the
bluegrass out of her voice.” Confused and heartbroken, she put together
her first bluegrass band, and found the most natural approach to her
music was in the bluegrass realm.
In addition to being the most award winning band in Bluegrass music
history, alongside her band The Rage, totaling over 100 awards, Vincent
has also performed and recorded with the best of the best, including
Dolly Parton, Willie Nelson, Keith Urban, Alan Jackson, Faith Hill,
Martina McBride, Daryle Singletary, Richard Marx, Hank Williams Jr and
more. While being a 15-time “Entertainer of the Year,” Vincent has
established herself as one of the most visible, best-selling artists in
the genre, whose cross-over appeal stretches well into the mainstream