Vincent releases new bluegrass album

Features songs with Willie Nelson and Daryle Singletary
Jan 01, 2014

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (December 23, 2013) – Five-time Grammy nominee Rhonda Vincent, the New Queen of Bluegrass as deemed by the Wall Street Journal, is clearing the lane for her upcoming 2-Disc combination release that includes six-songs each of Bluegrass and Country.  The project, appropriately titled Only Me, serves as a reminder why Rhonda Vincent & The Rage is the most awarded band in bluegrass music.  Only Me will be released on Upper Management Music, and available where all music is sold on January 28, 2014.

Sticking with her musical roots, Rhonda is joined by Daryle Singletary on “We Must Have Been Out of Our Minds,” while Willie Nelson adds vocals and a guitar solo to the title track.

“The Bluegrass pickers on this song are some of the best that I have ever heard. When I think of Bluegrass, this is the sound that I hear,” says Willie Nelson.  “Rhonda’s voice is beautiful. I am thankful for her letting me be a part of it all.


Track Listing:

Disc One/Bluegrass

1.   Busy City

2.   I’d Rather Hear I Don’t Love You (Than Nothing At All)

3.   Only Me (Featuring Willie Nelson)

4.   I Need Somebody Bad Tonight

5.   We Must Have Been Out of Our Minds (Featuring Daryle Singletary)

6.   It’s Never Too Late


Musician Credits:

Hunter Berry - fiddles

Brent Burke - resophonic guitar

Mickey Harris - upright bass

Aaron McDaris - banjo

Rhonda Vincent - mandolin

Josh Williams - acoustic guitar


Disc Two/Country

1.    Teardrops Over You

2.    Once A Day

3.    Beneath Still Waters

4.    Bright Lights & Country Music

5.    When The Grass Grows Over Me

6.    Drivin’ Nails


Musician Credits:

Tim Crouch - fiddles

Kevin Grantt - upright bass

Carl Jackson - acoustic guitar

Mike Johnson - steel guitar

Catherine Marx - piano (all songs except Drivin' Nails)

James Mitchell - electric guitar

Michael Rojas - piano (Drivin' Nails)

Lonnie Wilson - drums


This project answers the question of whether Rhonda’s voice is bluegrass or country; by confirming, “it’s in the perception of the listener.”   Titled Only Me to further make the statement that either way, bluegrass or country, it’s Rhonda!