DARYLE SINGLETARY KEEPIN’ IT COUNTRY TRIBUTE SHOW SET FOR TUESDAY, MARCH 27 AT NASHVILLE’S RYMAN AUDITORIUM

Nashville, Tenn. (March 15, 2018) — In remembrance of the late Daryle Singletary, a special tribute concert will be held on TuesdayMarch 27 atNashville‘s historic Ryman Auditoriumstarting at 7:00 p.m. The Daryle Singletary Keepin’ It Country Tribute Show is free and open to the public, inviting family, friends, fans, and music industry colleagues to celebrate the life and career of the traditional country artist.
Those slated to perform include Darryl WorleyRhonda VincentChris Young, Rhett Akins, Dallas Davidson,Jeff and Sheri Easter, Andy Griggs,Ben Hayslip, Jamey Johnson, Alison Krauss, Mo Pitney, Pete SchlegelJosh Turner, and Curtis Wright. The event will be hosted by 650AM WSM‘s Eddie Stubbs.
“It is a huge honor to be asked to sing at Daryle’s tribute,” says Worley. “I can only hope that it will bring some comfort to the family to honor him and his memory with this gathering.”
Singletary passed away Monday, February 12, 2018, at his home in Lebanon, Tennessee. He was 46.
About Daryle Singletary
Daryle Bruce Singletary was born on March 10, 1971, in Cairo, Georgia. He earned notoriety for his authentic country style with such hits as “I Let Her Lie,” “Too Much Fun,” “Amen Kind of Love” and “The Note.” On past albums, some of the greatest talents of country music lined up to sing with him including, the late George Jones and Johnny Paycheck, Dwight Yoakam, Merle Haggard, Ricky Skaggs, John Anderson, and Rhonda Vincent. His musical integrity led him through years of celebrating the traditional country music style that he loved so much.
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Vincent and Singletary Featured on The Boot, Rolling Stone Country

NASHVILLE, TENN. – The wait is over as Rhonda Vincent and Daryle Singletary release their brand new duet album American Grandstand. The album includes 12 traditional country songs, combining classic duets, along with never before heard all-original music. This must-have album is released via Upper Management Music, and fans can purchase American Grandstand HERE.

Both artists have continued to generate buzz with American Grandstand, recently securing features on The Boot, Music City Roots, Nashville Sports & Entertainment Magazine, Nashville Country Club, Sounds Like Nashville, Roughstock, Nashville Access and more. Vincent will also appear on Heartland TV’s “Bluegrass Ridge,” where she will be the guest host for 4 consecutive weeks, beginning the week of July 10. Throughout each episode, she will share some of her most career-defining moments, and what led her to the latest venture. Vincent and Singletary are also giving fans an inside glimpse of tracks from the latest album with exclusive videos featured on The Country Note, The Daily Country, Roughstock, Nashville Country Club, Lovin’ Lyrics and more.

Fans got the first taste of American Grandstand with the lead single, “One.” The dynamic pair originally performed the song together in 2016 at the legendary Grand Ole Opry, which ultimately led them to record the song, originally made famous by country icons George Jones and Tammy Wynette. Each track includes their unique spin with their feel-good, distinctive vocals.

In addition to upcoming tour dates together, fans were treated to multiple performances as both artists teamed up for CMA Music Fest in Nashville, which was included in Rolling Stone Country’s 20 Best Free Concerts. Fans can catch Vincent, who the Wall Street Journal dubbed “The New Queen of Bluegrass,” at festivals and venues throughout North America, while fans in central Europe will get a chance to catch the most award winning band in bluegrass music, Rhonda Vincent & The Rage, when they return in September (see dates below).

American Grandstand Track Listing:
1. Above and Beyond
2. One
3. After The Fire Is Gone
4. American Grandstand
5. Slowly But Surely
6. As We Kiss Our World Goodbye
7. Can’t Live Life
8. Golden Ring
9. We Must Have Been Out of Our Minds
10. Louisiana Woman Mississippi Man
11. A Picture of Me Without You
12. Up This Hill and Down

Rhonda Vincent On Tour:
July 07 Murfreesboro, Tenn. – Uncle Dave Macon Days
July 08 Centre Hall, Pa. – Remington Ryde Festival
July 09 Woodbine, Md. – Jennings Chapel United Methodist Outdoor Worship Center
July 15-16 Colby, Ks. – Pickin’ on the Plains Bluegrass Festival
July 19 Sheridan, Wyo. – Whitney Center for the Arts
July 20 Livingston, Mt. – Music Ranch Montana
July 22-23 Darrington, Wash. – Darrington Bluegrass Festival
July 27 Hiawassee, Ga. – Georgia Mountain Fair
Aug. 03-04 Thornton, N.H. – Pemi Valley Festival
Aug. 05 Milan, Mich. – Milan Bluegrass Festival
Aug. 11 Hebron, Conn. – Podunk Bluegrass Festival
Aug. 17 Marion, N.C. – North Carolina Bluegrass Festival
Aug. 18 Gettysburg, Pa. – Gettysburg Bluegrass Festival
Aug. 23 Rhonda Filming
Aug. 25 Keene, Ontario, Canada – Greenbridge Celtic Folk Festival
Aug. 26 Washington, Pa. – Wild Things Park
Sept. 02 Fort Fairfield, Maine – County Bluegrass
Sept. 06 Prague, Czech Republic
Sept. 8-9 Gstaad, Switzerland – Country Night Gstaad
Sept. 14 Kodak, Tenn. – Dumplin Valley Bluegrass Festival
Sept. 15 Conway, Mo. – Starvy Creek Bluegrass Festival
Sept. 16-17 Flagstaff, Ariz. – Pickin’ in the Pines
Sept. 23 Vine Grove, Ky. – Vine Grove Bluegrass Music Festival
Sept. 30 Hartselle, Ala. – Hartselle High School Auditorium
Oct. 19 Breman, Ga. – Milltown Music Hall with Daryle Singletary