TUNE-IN: LORRAINE JORDAN & CAROLINA ROAD FEATURED ON SIRIUS-XM BLUEGRASS JUNCTION’S TRACK-BY-TRACK ON OCT. 14

Lead Single “Runnin’ Water” Races Up 
Bluegrass Unlimited Monthly Airplay Chart
Nashville, Tenn. (October 12, 2015)  –  Bluegrass chart-toppers Lorraine Jordan & Carolina Road are bringing their upbeat, hard-driving traditional sound to Sirius-XM Bluegrass Junction next week. The dynamic group will appear on a very special Track-by-Track with Kyle Cantrell on Oct. 14 at 11am EST. Tune in as they offer an in-depth insight on all 13 tracks from their latest album, Country Grass. The star-studded project features collaborations with some of Country music’s top legends such as Crystal Gayle, Lee Greenwood, The Kentucky Headhunters, T.G. Sheppard, Eddy Raven, John Conlee and Marty Raybon in addition to the late Jim Ed Brown and Lynn Anderson.
“It’s always a pleasure appearing on Kyle’s show,” said a humble Lorraine Jordan. The reigning SPBGMA ‘Female Vocalist of the Year’ adds, “We had so much fun talking about our latest release, Country Grass, and sharing some of the inside stories during the recording process.”
“Runnin’ Water” is the lead single from Country Grass. The “barn-burner” song features the Grammy® award-winning band, The Kentucky Headhunters, and has been soaring up the charts. The track currently sits at #15 on the Bluegrass Unlimited national airplay chart for the month of October, whileCountry Grass jumps to #7 on the separate album chart.  The video for the track was shot on location in Kentucky, and released earlier this year.
Country Grass Track-Listing:
1. Runnin’ Water (with The Kentucky Headhunters)
2. I Got Mexico (with Eddy Raven)
3. Darned if I Don’t, Danged if I Do (with Marty Raybon)
4. Common Man (with John Conlee)
5. Ready for the Times to Get Better (with Crystal Gayle)
6. Dixie Road (with Lee Greenwood)
7. You Can Have Her (with Jim Ed Brown)
8. Boogie Grass Band (with various guests)
9. Diggin’ up Bones
10. Do You Wanna Go to Heaven? (with T.G. Sheppard)
11. Don’t Close Your Eyes (with Jesse Keith Whitley)
12. Rose Garden (with Lynn Anderson)
13. Last Date