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"Twenty Songs of the South" Available Now and $5 Compilation Sale!

Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Order Twenty Songs of the South available now for the first time ever for $10 and enjoy these other compilations on sale now for just $5.
Bluegrass music was born out of the hills of Appalachia so it's no surprise that artists have been paying tribute to the South since the music's inception. 20 Songs of the South is a collection of fun songs that even a Yankee can enjoy. Some of the biggest and legendary names in bluegrass perform odes to their home place, recall familiar tunes from the Civil War, life in the mines, and several instrumental numbers that will turn your living room into your own hoedown.

Featured artists include longtime Grand Ole Opry members The Osborne Brothers, Jesse McReynolds, Dale Ann Bradley, Josh Williams, Charlie Waller and the Country Gentlemen, Kristin Scott Benson, Larry Stephenson, Eddie Adcock, and many more.
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IBMA 2nd Round Voting!

Friday, July 18, 2014
IBMA Awards Voting
Pinecastle Artists Currently in the 2nd Round of Voting for the 2014 IBMA Awards
Lorraine Jordan & Carolina Road

Entertainer of the Year
Vocal Group of the Year
Instrumental Group of the Year
Song of the Year - “That’s Kentucky”
Album of the Year - Lorraine Jordan and Carolina Road
Gospel Recorded Performance of the Year - “I Saw The Golden Stairs”
Female Vocalist of the Year - Lorraine Jordan
Banjo Player of the Year - Ben Greene
Fiddle Player of the Year - Josh Goforth
Guitar Player of the Year - Josh Goforth
Mandolin Player of the Year - Lorraine Jordan
Mark Newton & Steve Thomas

Instrumental Group of the Year
Song of the Year - “Old McDonald Sold the Farm”
Album of the Year - Reborn
Emerging Artist of the Year
Male Vocalist of the Year - Mark Newton
Fiddle Player of the Year - Steve Thomas
Guitar Player of the Year - Mark Newton, Steve Thomas
Mandolin Player of the Year - Steve Thomas
Town Mountain

Entertainer of the Year
Vocal Group of the Year
Instrumental Group of the Year
Emerging Artist of the Year
Male Vocalist of the Year - Robert Greer
Fiddle Player of the Year - Bobby Britt
I Draw Slow

Entertainer of the Year
Wildfire

Bass Player of the Year - Curt Chapman
Fiddle Player of the Year - Greg Luck
The Gentlemen of Bluegrass

Dobro Player of the Year - Tom Langdon
Phil Leadbetter

Dobro Player of the Year

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Highlights of The Osborne Brothers’ illustrious career include being named Best Vocal Group by the Country Music Association (and placing among the finalists in this category for six years) and being voted Top Bluegrass Group for nine straight years by the readers of Music City News.  In 1982 their hit single, “Rocky Top,” was named the state song of Tennessee.

The Osborne Brothers have long been known for pushing to broaden the horizons of bluegrass music.  They were the first group to introduce bluegrass on college campuses at the beginning of the folk revival of the 1960s, and the first bluegrass band to play at Harrah’s in Lake Tahoe.  In the ‘70s they brought bluegrass to mainstream country audiences around the world as part of giant package tours which included such artists as Johnny Cash and Faron Young.  During the mid-‘80s, The Osbornes pioneered a program of bluegrass with symphony orchestras across the country, engaging a whole new set of fans.

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