Red Camel Collective Unveils Vibrant New Single “Sincerity” – Available Now!

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Group Consists of Junior Sisk Touring Band Members Heather Berry Mabe, Tony Mabe, Curt Love, and Johnathan Dillon

Nashville, Tenn. – Building on the success of their debut single, Red Camel Collective is excited to unveil their latest release, “Sincerity.” This captivating track features the exceptional talents of Heather Berry Mabe, Tony Mabe, Curt Love, and Johnathan Dillon, who also tour as part of the acclaimed Junior Sisk Band. Fans can experience the new single by downloading or streaming it HERE.

“Sincerity” is an original track penned by Heather Berry Mabe, capturing the essence of striving for something greater in life. This energetic and engaging song showcases each band member’s unique talent, creating a dynamic musical experience. Heather Berry Mabe shines with her refreshing lead vocals and guitar, supported by Tony Mabe’s banjo playing, Jonathan Dillon’s mandolin, Curt Love’s bass and Jeff Partin’s resonator guitar. The single was co-produced, mixed, and mastered by the seasoned studio expert, Steve Wilson.

The latest release follows the success of their lead single, “Roll On Mississippi,” where the band honored the late country legend Charley Pride. This tribute resonated deeply with listeners, climbing to No. 2 on the Roots Music Report Bluegrass Song Chart and securing a spot in the Top Ten of the Bluegrass Today Weekly Airplay Chart. Building on this momentum, the band is poised to captivate audiences once again with their newest offering.

Red Camel Collective is turning heads in the industry, advancing to the second round ballot of the IBMA Awards in five categories: “Vocal Group of the Year,” “Music Video of the Year” for “Roll On Mississippi,” “Female Vocalist of the Year” (Heather Berry Mabe), “Banjo Player of the Year” (Tony Mabe), and “Mandolin Player of the Year” (Johnathan Dillon). The band appreciates any voting member’s consideration as final nominations approach. The annual awards and convention will take place in Raleigh, N.C. from September 24-28 during the World of Bluegrass.

The group is hard at work in the Bonfire Recording Studio, crafting their highly anticipated full album, slated for release at a later date. Fans can look forward to a rich blend of fresh tracks, classic hits, and the unmistakable influence drawn from their years with the award-winning Junior Sisk Band. In a tribute to their journey and roots, they’ve adopted a new name inspired by Sisk’s well-known recording, “The Man in Red Camels.”

To learn more about the band, check out their official website or follow along on Facebook for the latest news and happenings. They are also currently booking a limited number of tour dates for this fall and winter to bring their music to new audiences as well.

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