The Grascals release new single, “Heartbreak Hall of Fame”

The award-winning Grascals bring a new single from their forthcoming album with the song “Heartbreak Hall Of Fame.”

Smooth but driving with a classic sound, “Heartbreak Hall of Fame” merges vintage Country with modern Bluegrass in just the right way, a combination the Grascals do so well. Written by Larry Joe Cox, Ray Edwards and Dicky Minor, it tells the story of unrequited love and a man whose suffering is endured through this bitter lament.
“Somewhere in the record books, There will be your name

And a list of all the hearts you broke while you played your cheatin’ game”

Lead vocals are performed by the band’s young, talked-about singer John Bryan with sterling Grascals harmonies by the recognized voice of Terry Eldredge and the resonant baritone of Terry Smith. “Heartbreak Hall of Fame” is the most recent single from this band’s upcoming release that follows the success of their 2017 release, Before Breakfast.

Listen to “Heartbreak Hall of Fame” HERE.

About The Grascals

Great musicians will always find a way to make good music, but for great
musicians to make great music, they must form a bond – one that, more
often than not, goes beyond the purely musical to the personal. For The
Grascals, that bond has been forged at the intersection of personal
friendships, shared professional resumes and an appreciation for the
innovative mingling of bluegrass and country music that has been a
hallmark of the Nashville scene for more than forty years.

cutting-edge modern bluegrass is delivered with a deep knowledge of,
and admiration for, the work of the music’s founding fathers. Timely yet
timeless, The Grascals make music that is entirely relevant to the here
and now, yet immersed in traditional values of soul and musicianship.
It’s a unique sound that has earned three Grammy® nominations and two
Entertainer of the Year awards from the International Bluegrass Music
Association, as well as national media attention that seems to
perpetually elude acts entrenched in niche genres. Such appearances
include The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Fox & Friends, The Late Late
Show with Craig Ferguson, and CBS’ The Talk. All the while, stages that
represent the strongest bastions of tradition continually welcome them,
as evidenced by the over 150 performances on the Grand Ole Opry. Honors
also include performing twice for President George W. Bush and at
President Barack Obama’s inaugural ball at the Smithsonian.

As their records prove, The Grascals’ rare musical empathy gives them an
unerring ear for just the right touch to illuminate each offering’s
deepest spirit – whether they’re digging into one of their original
songs or reworking a bluegrass classic or a pop standard. Take for
instance, fan favorite, “Last Train to Clarksville.” Non-bluegrass
listeners enjoy a new take on a familiar song, while diehard bluegrass
audiences who may have never heard the Monkees classic, respond in-kind,
not even realizing that the song has been Grascalized.

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