Sweet September For Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver
As LIFE IS A STORY Debuts on Billboard Bluegrass Chart
Nashville, TN (September 6, 2017) –Doyle Lawson & Quicksilverare enjoying the early days of a sweet September as their newest album, LIFE IS A STORY, sweeps onto the charts and continues to garner praise from tastemakers and fans alike. The disc debuts on theBILLBOARD Bluegrass Album Chartat #6 and soars to #8 on theRoots Music Report Chart. The first single release from the project, “Life To My Days,” is also in a race up the charts, landing at #3 on theRoots Music Report Chartand rocketing to #9 on theBluegrass Today Chart. Fans can purchase the new musicHEREnow, and radio can access “Life To My Days” viaAirPlay Direct.
Music and ticket sales are jumping and glowing reviews continue to pour in. It’s an exciting time for the seven-timeInternational Bluegrass Music Association AwardVocal Group of the Yearwinners, and Lawson is thrilled with the reception LIFE IS A STORY
has received. “I’d be lying if I said it wasn’t gratifying,” admits
Doyle. “We play music that we love and to know it is appreciated is
truly a blessing.”
Music lovers can catch DLQ at the following September shows:
09/07-08 Sherman, TX Chrystal Opry House at Melody Ranch
09/09 Claremore, OK Bluegrass & Chili Festival
09/10 Pryor, OK Zion Mennonite Church
09/14 Hiawassee, GA D & V Landfest In The Mountains
09/22 Bean Blossom, IN Bill Monroe Hall of Fame & Uncle Pen Days Festival
09/23 Buena Vista, VA Nothin’ Fancy Bluegrass Festival @ Glen Maury Park
09/27-29 Raleigh, NC IBMA Conference
09/30 Lancaster, PA High Fine Arts Center
In addition to live performances, Lawson has filmed four episodes as host of Heartland TV’s hit show Bluegrass Ridge. The episodes began airing on August 28; additional shows are running this week, September 11 and 18.
Recent features include exclusive song premieres on Nashville.com(“Guitar Case”), Roughstock (“Little Girl”) and Bluegrass Today (“Life Of A Hardworkin’ Man”); The Bluegrass Situation streamed the entire album for its listeners. The 12-track outing for Mountain Home Music Company also received coverage in Sports & Entertainment Nashville, ParcBench, Country Standard Time, Stacy’s Music Row Report, Bluegrass Notes, Midwest Record Review, Country Jukebox, Country Music News International, Fervor Coulee, Music Matters Magazine, The Boot, Digital Journal and Rambles.net. A four-star review in Country Music People, coverage in the Bristol Herald Courier, Indie Voice Blog, and a podcast review on Pittsburgh Post-Gazette highlight the weekend’s coverage.
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