Wilson Banjo Co. Releases Dual Singles From Latest ‘Memory Lane’ Album

“Coalmine” To Serve As Mainstream Bluegrass Single and “Come To Me” As Gospel Release
Nashville, Tenn. – Following the release of their latest album, Memory LaneWilson Banjo Co. is charging forward with the announcement of two dual singles. The recording “Coalmine” will serve as the latest mainstream Bluegrass release, while the ballad “Come To Me” will be the next Gospel single. Fans can hear the entire collection on their favorite digital retailer or streaming platform HERE.

“Coalmine” is a remarkable composition that was written by Richard McDonald, Ron Garbin and Roxie Dean. Originally released in 2005 as part of Sara Evans’ album Real Fine Place, this song has been reimagined with a more progressive Bluegrass style by band leader Steve Wilson. The vocals, skillfully delivered by Sarah Logan from WBC, add an extra layer of brilliance to this must-hear anthem. Music enthusiasts are sure to be captivated by this exceptional rendition. Music Existence complimented the single stating, “The brisk shuffle of “Coalmine” offers another lively performance full of home, hearth, and playful lust in equal measure.”

“Come To Me” is a striking ballad from start to finish. It was written by the talented Barbie Blankenship Owens, and Logan’s lead vocals add an attention-grabbing touch. The song carries a powerful message, reminding us that there’s always a guiding force watching over us. It’s a track that showcases the band’s ability to evoke deep emotions. Neufutur Magazine complimented the track by saying, “The graceful finale “Come to Me” plucks the heartstrings for several reasons, and its spot-on vocal harmonies are potent. This parting track aches with yearning as few of its predecessors do.”

Wilson Banjo Co. has been riding high off of the release of their Memory Lane album. Featuring 10 new recordings, it has been met with critical praise. Publications like Fame Magazine said, “Hardcore bluegrass fans and casual admirers will find much to love on this release.” Ballyhoo Magazine agreed by exclaiming, “It’s a varied and impassioned release that touches on the hallmarks that make bluegrass an abiding vehicle while living in the present and looking toward the future.”

Previous singles like “The Gavel” and “Sadie Danced A Hole In Her Stocking” have both proven to be runaway successes. Both are currently charting on the latest edition of the Roots Music Report Contemporary Bluegrass Songs Chart. Additionally, “Coalmine” has already began striking a chord with radio, debuting at No. 11 on the chart this week. These follow multiple chart-topping hits from the previous project, Six Degrees of Separation.

To keep up with all the latest Wilson Banjo Co. news, follow them on social media and check out their official website wilsonbanjo.com. While there, fans can also get the full tour schedule!

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