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Rubb’n Elbows – Season 1 / Ep 3 with guest Rhonda Vincent

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Rubb'n Elbows
Rubb'n Elbows
Rubb'n Elbows - Season 1 / Ep 3 with guest Rhonda Vincent
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Episode #3 (Season 1)
featuring   Rhonda Vincent

Music tracklist:
– Music Is What I See (Rhonda Vincent) 0:49.0
– Rhonda playing the Mandolin (bkg) 4:44.5
– Thank God For The Radio (Rhonda Vincent and Jeannie Kendall) 16:13.3
– Please (Rhonda Vincent and Dolly Parton) 31:34.7
– Together Again (Rhonda and Gene Watson) 37:57.5
–  Unchained Melody (Rhonda Vincent) 49:33.6
– I Ain’t Been Nowhere (Rhonda Vincent) 54:05.2

Rhonda Lea Vincent is an American bluegrass singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist. Vincent’s music career began when she was a child in her family’s band The Sally Mountain Show, and it has spanned more than four decades. Rhonda Vincent and The Rage are the most decorated band in bluegrass, with over 100 awards to their credit. Among their honors are a Grammy for Best Bluegrass Album; Song of the Year, Entertainer of the Year, and an unrivaled seven consecutive (plus an 8th) Female Vocalist of the Year awards from the International Bluegrass Music Association (IBMA). Inducted as a Member of the Grand Ole Opry on February 6, 2021 after being invited on February 28, 2020. Rhonda waited 343 days to be inducted – the longest time in the history of the Grand Ole Opry between an artist being invited and being inducted. Rhonda and her brother Darrin (of Dailey & Vincent), are the first brother & sister to hold separate Opry memberships. Marking two historic moments for the Grand Ole Opry surrounding Rhonda’s membership. Received 8 career Grammy nominations. Winning the 7th nomination – the 2017 Grammy Award for “Best Bluegrass Album”. The 8th Nomination in 2021 for Best Bluegrass Album – the project “Music Is What I See”. 2021 guest appearances include harmony vocals with Cody Johnson on the song “Treasure”; with Dolly Parton on the song “Firecracker”.

Rhonda Vincent,
a Grammy Award-winning musician known as the
“Queen of Bluegrass”


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