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RHONDA VINCENT & THE RAGE SIX SPBGMA AWARDS

RHONDA VINCENT & THE RAGE

NOMINATED FOR SIX SPBGMA AWARDS

“When Rhonda Vincent opens her mouth,
it’s great…whether she’s singing country or bluegrass, God gave Rhonda
an unbelievable voice and I am so thankful that we get to enjoy it.  I
love her like a sister and enjoy her music as her biggest fan,” – Dolly
Parton

 Martha White Bluegrass Express Headed Across The US in 2014
 

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (January 7, 2014) – Rhonda Vincent & The Rage,
the most awarded band in bluegrass, could be adding more awards to
their prestigious list of honors as they have been nominated for 6
SPBGMA awards.  These nominations come as Vincent readies the release of
her forthcoming album Only Me, which is set for release on January 28th.

Only Me is a specialty album for Vincent, containing
two-discs with six songs each, where half of the music is country and
the other half features Vincent’s signature bluegrass sound!  Only Me features song collaborations with Willie Nelson and Daryle Singletary.

“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.
Your voice is beautiful,” says Willie Nelson.

Rhonda Vincent & The Rage are nominated for the following categories:

  • Entertainer of the Year: Rhonda Vincent
  • Entertaining Group of the Year: Rhonda Vincent & The Rage
  • Instrumental Group of the Year: Rhonda Vincent & The Rage
  • Guitar Performer of the Year: Josh Williams
  • Fiddle Player of the Year: Hunter Berry
  • Bass Performer of the Year: Mickey Harris

The Martha White Bluegrass Express will be making stops all across
America in 2014, as Vincent remains the spokeswoman for the historic
flour company Martha White.  You can catch Rhonda Vincent on tour at the
venues listed below.

Jan 10 – Jefferson City, MO – SPBGMA Midwest
Jan 11 – Perrysburg, OH – Bluegrass in Super Class
Jan 17 – Longview, TX – SE Belcher JR Chapel and Performance Center
Jan 18 – Lufkin, TX – Angelina Arts Alliance
Jan 25 – St. Paul, MN – A Prairie Home Companion
Feb 01 – North East, MD – Millburn Stone Theatre
Feb 02 – Nashville, TN – SPBGMA National Awards
Feb 03 – Lexington, KY – Woodsongs
Feb 14 – Asheville, NC – Bluegrass First Class
Feb 15 – Kinston, NC – Neuse River Music Fest w/ Gene Watson
Feb 16 – Newark, OH – Midland Theatre
Feb 21 – Bremen, GA – Mill Town Music Hall
Feb 22 – Palatka, FL – Rodeheaver Boys’ Ranch
Feb 23 – Mar 02 – Country’s Family Reunion/Larry’s Country Diner Caribbean Cruise
Mar 08 – Fulton, MS – Davis Event Center
Mar 09 – Standardsville, VA
Mar 14 – Hartselle, AL – Hartselle High School Theatre w/ Gene Watson
Mar 15 – Hurley, VA
Mar 16 – Appomattox, VA – Appomattox High School Auditorium
Mar 21 – Kent, OH – The Kent Stage
Mar 22 – Jim Thorpe, PA – Penn’s Peak
Mar 23 – Nelsonville, OH – Stuart’s Opera House
Mar 28 – Wilmington, OH – Roberts Convention Centre
Mar 29 – Naperville, IL – Great Northern Bluegrass Music Festival
Apr 03 – Stoughton, WI – Stoughton Opera House
Apr 04 – Grand Rapids, MN
Apr 11 – Pitman, NJ – Broadway Theatre of Pitman
Apr 12 – Decatur, IL
Apr 13 – Lawrenceburg, IN
Apr 24 – Burlington, VT – The Flynn Center for the Performing Arts
Apr 25 – Oneonta, NY – Foothills Performing Arts Center
Apr 26 – Cumberland, MD – Alleghany High School Auditorium
Apr 27 – South Pittsburg, TN – National Cornbread Festival
May 02 – Lincolnton, GA – Little Roy & Lizzy Bluegrass Festival w/ Gene Watson
May 03 – Princeton, WV – Chuck Mathena Center
May 08-10 – Branson, MO – Silver Dollar City
May 15 – Sellersville, PA
May 16 – Gettysburg, PA – Gettysburg Bluegrass Festival
May 17 – Amelia, VA – Amelia Family Campground
May 22 – Curryville, MO – Back 40 Bluegrass Park
May 24 – Tightwad, MO
May 30 – Auburn, AL – Bluegrass on the Plains
May 31 – Columbus, MS
Jun 06 – Munfordville, KY
Jun 07 – Princeton, KY
Jun 27 – Grayson, KY – RudyFest
Jun 28 – Summersville, WV – Music in the Mountains Festival
Jul 02-06 – Queen City, MO – Sally Mountain Park
Jul 12 – Centre Hall, PA – Remington Ryde Bluegrass Festival
Jul 19-26 – Country’s Family Reunion/Larry’s Country Diner Alaskan Cruise
Aug 09 – Greenwich, OH – Buckeye Bluegrass Festival
Aug 14 – Marion, NC – NC State Bluegrass Festival
Aug 15 – Gettysburg, PA – Gettysburg Bluegrass Festival
Aug 16 – Milan, MI – Milan Bluegrass Festival
Aug 29 – Brunswick, ME – Thomas Point Beach
Aug 30 – Woodstown, NJ – Delaware Valley Bluegrass Festival
Sep 01 – Paducah, KY to Henderson, KY – American Queen Steamboat
Sep 04 – Shipshewana, IN
Sep 05 – Springfield, MO – Missouri State University
Sep 06 – Claremore, OK – Bluegrass & Chili Festival
Sep 09 – Henderson, KY to Paducah, KY – American Queen Steamboat
Sep 18 – Denton, NC- Denton Farm Park
Sep 19 – Kodak, TN – Dumplin Valley Bluegrass Festival
Sep 20 – Conway, MO – Starvy Creek Bluegrass Festival
Sep 26 – Manteo, NC – Outer Banks Bluegrass Festival
Sep 27 – Buena Vista, VA – Nothin’ Fancy Bluegrass Festival
Sep 28 – Hermitage, TN – Grace Place Church
Sep 30 – Raleigh, NC – Raleigh Memorial Auditorium w/ Gene Watson
Oct 11 – Waldron, AR – Turkey Track Bluegrass Festival
Oct 17 – Farmers Branch, TX – Bloomin’ Bluegrass Festival
Oct 18 – Lanexa, VA – Rockahock Bluegrass Festival
Oct 24 – Renfro Valley, KY – Renfro Valley Entertainment Center
Oct 25 – York, PA
Oct 25 – New Hope, PA – New Hope Winery

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