Lorraine Jordan & Carolina Road
Lorraine and Eddy Raven making "I Got Mexico" video
Lorraine and band with The Kentucky Headhunters
Lorraine and Jim Ed Brown doing vocals on "You Can Have Her".
Lorraine with John Conlee in studio
Lorraine and Lee Greenwood after
Lorraine listening to Marty sing his lines
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Here is a new venture into bluegrass music by well know country music stalwart TG Sheppard. According to his website he has always had an unstoppable passion……..
Just over 35 years ago, legendary country artist T.G. Sheppard found himself at the height of his music career and with string of hits topping the country charts. The singer rose to fame in the 1970s with songs like……….
Bluegrass crowd favorites Lorraine Jordan & Carolina have turned a lot of heads with their latest project, Country Grass. The band continues to leave their mark on…………
The name T.G. Sheppard holds a lot of weight in the country world. Depending on the chart you’re looking at he had at least 15 and even more than 20…….
Bluegrass crowd favorites Lorraine Jordan & Carolina have turned a lot of heads with their latest project,……………
Nashville, TN – Bluegrass crowd favorites Lorraine Jordan & Carolina have turned a lot of heads with their latest project, Country Grass. The band continues to leave their mark on the genre with the latest video………..
Lorraine Jordan has dropped another music video from her current Country Grass project, this time featuring country hitmaker T.G. Sheppard……..
From a list of 21 number one singles, one in particular stands out arguably more than any other. “Do You Wanna Go to Heaven.” Now, 36 years after it first wowed audiences, ……….
Lorraine Jordan & Carolina Road with John Conlee – Common Man ……
Crowd favorites Lorraine Jordan & Carolina Road continue to bring their hard-driving bluegrass sound to audiences nationwide……
Crowd favorites Lorraine Jordan & Carolina Road continue to bring their hard-driving bluegrass sound to audiences nationwide with their new music video for “Common Man,” featuring……
Lorraine Jordan and Carolina Road offer another video from their Country Grass release. John Conlee joins the band to state……
Nashville, Tenn. (November 9, 2015) – Crowd favorites Lorraine Jordan & Carolina Road continue to bring their hard-driving bluegrass sound to audiences nationwide with their new music video for “Common Man,” featuring Grand Ole Opry star…….
Kentucky country music fans will enjoy this latest collaboration of John Conlee along with Lorraine Jordan & Carolina Road. For Lorraine’s latest project………
Grand Ole Opry member John Conlee and bluegrass singer Lorraine Jordan & Carolina Road teamed up to re-record Conlee’s “Common Man,” and The Boot has the exclusive premiere of the collaboration’s music video…….
Country Music’s T.G. Sheppard who charted no less than 43 Billboard hits with 29 landing in the top ten and 14 scoring at the top of the charts has lent his star power to help Lorraine Jordan and Carolina Road with a bluegrass remake of………
Bluegrass crowd favorites Lorraine Jordan & Carolina Road have turned a lot of heads with their latest project, Country Grass. The band continues to leave their mark on the genre with the latest video for……….
“Lorraine Jordan and Carolina Road have the best live show for bluegrass on stage
right now. The smoothest vocals, the tighest instruments and the most entertaining
stage show. They do all this and keep it traditional with a fresh approach.”
Country Grass Show, Booking Agent, Lorraine Jordan, 919-819-4877, firstname.lastname@example.org
“Bluegrass and country music were united like marriage partners in the early days, but in time, the two genres were separated. Classic country music and bluegrass music still fit together well. This project ties the knot between the two again. When the bluegrass instrumentation and harmonies are put with the classic country hits and the country artist is singing the lead vocal, you get Country Grass!” –Bill Conger Bluegrass Unlimited “There’s been a noticeable trend throughout the past few years. It seems like an undeniable influx of classic country fans have been making the rounds at bluegrass festivals around the country. They are looking for country music the way it used to be. It seems reasonable to put country and bluegrass together and package it so the fans can take it home with them. This is Country Grass!” –Chuck Dauphin “Lorraine Jordan and Carolina Road answer the musical ears seeking more tradition and diversity in their Country music with their most recent release, Country Grass.” – The Alternate Root This is really Clean, fast, and Just plain Great ! This will get Airplay ! -Jessica Phipps
“The bluegrass chart toppers have teamed with some of the biggest country artists of all-time, including Crystal Gayle, Lee Greenwood, Jim Ed Brown, Lynn Anderson, The Kentucky Headhunters, T.G. Sheppard, Eddy Raven, and John Conlee, to give country classics a new, unique, bluegrass twist. In addition, joining the impressive lineup is country singers Kelly Lang and JesseKeith Whitley, along with bluegrass favorites Marty Raybon and Ronnie Reno. Listeners will be taken on an emotional journey, with songs that hit the highest of highs and lowest of lows. Lorraine Jordan & Carolina Road, combined with special guests, deliver tunes that will have fans singing along the days. Those included in this special collection are the #1 Billboard hits “Ready For The Times to Get Better”, “Common Man”, “Dixie Road”, “Diggin”, “Up Bones”, “I Got Mexico”, “Do You Want to Go to Heaven”, “Don’t Close Your Eyes”, and “Rose Garden”. In addition, another highlight on the album is “Boogie Grass Band”, which was originally released by Conway Twitty in 1978. Top to Bottom, I loved every song on the album. GREAT SONGS STAND THE TEST OF TIME. These great songs done in this unique style will stir your money again. TOP NOTCH ALBUM BY TALENTED ARTISTS!” -Jay Vee with Jeff Vallet