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  • An MVD Exclusive
  • Format: CD
  • SKU: PRC1219
  • UPC: 755757121927
  • Street Date: 08/10/18
  • PreBook Date: 07/06/18
  • Label: Pinecastle Records »
  • Genre: Folk
  • Run Time: 31:24 mins
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Year of Production: 2018
  • Box Lot: 30
  • Territory: NORTH AMERICA
  • Language: English


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Lorraine Jordan & Carolina Road - True Grass Again

Good, traditional bluegrass music from one of the top bands in the business.

Lorraine Jordan & Carolina Road - True Grass Again
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Themed around "Why Can't Bluegrass Just Be Truegrass again". Carolina Road is joined on the single, True Grass by 2 International Bluegrass Music Association Male Vocalists of the Year winners, Junior Sisk and Danny Paisley. The whole CD stays true to it's name. Nothing but good, traditional bluegrass music from one of the top bands in the business.

Track Listing

  • True Grass
  • Run Little Fox
  • Poor Monroe
  • Another Soldier
  • Pickin' Rock Out of the Bluegrass
  • Preaching Praying Singing
  • Little Country Home
  • Portrait of the Blues
  • I Hear Angels Calling Your Name
  • Cherokee Shuffle

Press Quotes

The sound of Lorraine Jordan & Carolina Road makes me feel like I am sitting on a porch swing, just relaxing and enjoying life.

     —Family Friendly Gaming

Fixtures on the modern bluegrass scene, Lorraine Jordan & Carolina Road area back with a twang.'

     —Jeffrey Sisk, McKeesport Daily News

Good album by a band that specializes in a hard-driving traditional sound.'

     —Keith Lawrence, Bluegrass Notes

This is a wonderfully tasty romp that takes you back to when the music mattered and it had to be good music first before the machine could turn it into product. Hot stuff.

     —Midwest Records


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