Award-Winning Band Releases Video Exclusively on The Boot

Nashville, Tenn. (February 10, 2016) – 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 for “Do You Wanna Go to Heaven.”  The track features 21-time country chart-topper T.G. Sheppard on the classic song, which recently celebrated its 35thAnniversary since topping the country charts.  The video for the new bluegrass version of the song premiered exclusively on The Boot.

“I’ve always loved bluegrass music,” says Sheppard on the heels of releasing his latest critically acclaimed album, Legendary Friends & Country Duets. “I’m glad that this song turned out so well,” he adds of the hit song, which is one of his biggest hits.

Country Grass is the latest trend in bluegrass music, where the award-winning Lorraine Jordan & Carolina Road  teamed up with some of the biggest names in classic country.  The tracks were recorded with the original singers on lead, with Lorraine Jordan & Carolina Road singing along, this time with invigorating bluegrass instrumentals. The star-studded project also features collaborations with Crystal Gayle, Lee Greenwood, The Kentucky Headhunters, John Conlee, Eddy Raven, and Marty Raybon in addition to the late Jim Ed Brown and Lynn Anderson.
There is no shortage of Lorraine Jordan & Carolina Road, as the band embarks on a whirlwind tour later this year, with upcoming stops throughout North America (see dates below). They will be appearing at several bluegrass festivals, where fans can pick up their very own copy of Country Grass. They are also bringing back their popular hosted Christmas in the Smokies Bluegrass FestivalDecember 7-10 in Pigeon Forge, Tenn.

Lorraine Jordan & Carolina Road On Tour:

Feb 19  Garner, N.C. – Lorraine’s Coffee House

Feb 20  South Kinston, N.C. – Lenoir Community College Gym

Feb 27  Brooksville, Fla. – The Florida Bluegrass Classic

Mar 05  Garner, N.C. – Garner Performing Arts Center

Apr 01  Garner, N.C. – Lorraine’s Coffeehouse
Apr 02  South Perry, Fla. – Florida State Bluegrass Festival

Apr 15-16  Guyton, Ga. – Daughters of Bluegrass Festival

Apr 29  Roxboro, N.C. – Willow Oak Bluegrass Festival

May 21  Bremen, Ga. – Mill Town Music Hall

May 26  Snow Camp, N.C. – Lil John’s Bluegrass Festival

May 27  Coeburn, Va. – Dr. Ralph Stanley’s Bluegrass Festival

Jun 04  Cherokee, N.C. – Cherokee Bluegrass Festival

Jun 10  Nashville, Tenn. – CMA Fest

Jun 23 Summersville, W.Va.

Jul 15 Rocky Mount, Va. – Harvester Performance Center

Aug 06 Hyden, Ky. – Osborne Brothers Bluegrass Festival

Aug 11  Pennsylvania State Fair

Aug 26-27 Pine River, Minn. – The Lakes Festival

Sep 16-17 Conway, Mo. – Annual Starvy Creek Fall Bluegrass Festival

Oct 28 Anderson, S.C. – Boograss Bash

Oct 29 York, Pa. – Seven Mountains BG Association

Nov 10-11 Mountain View, Ark. – Mountain View Bluegrass Association Inc.

Nov 19 Garner, N.C. – Garner Memorial Auditorium with Eddy Raven

Nov. 25  Myrtle Beach, S.C. – South Carolina State Bluegrass Festival

Dec 07-10 Pigeon Forge, Tenn. – Christmas in the Smokies

Dec 31 Jekyll Island, Ga. – Jekyll Island Convention Center

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