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Rhonda Vincent to play at Music City Texas Theater June 25

Music City Texas Theater will have Rhonda Vincent, an American Bluegrass/country singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, perform June 25. Rhonda is a seven-time Grammy nominee, winning the Grammy Award for Best Bluegrass Album in 2017. In 2020, she was inducted as a member of the Grand Ole Opry. Rhonda was born...
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Grammy-nominated Rhonda Vincent brings bluegrass to the Lamp Theatre

Rhonda Vincent learned to play the drums at age 6, the mandolin at 8, and the fiddle all before reaching her teenage years. She’s been recording bluegrass music since she was 5, with her family on “The Sally Mountain Show.” She is the fifth generation of her Missouri family to play music.
IRWIN, PA
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T.G. Sheppard, Kelly Lang, David Frizzell, Rhonda Vincent, T. Graham Brown & More Join Jimmy Fortune For New Television Show My Life My Songs

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Country music hitmakers T.G. Sheppard, Kelly Lang, David Frizzell, Rhonda Vincent, T. Graham Brown, and more can be seen on the new television show My Life My Songs, hosted by Jimmy Fortune. The show features interviews with these hit songwriters and recording artists, discussing everything from their careers to the writing of their #1 hit songs. Viewers are able to get the inside scoop on their favorite tunes we all know and love starting the first episode off strong on Monday, March 28 with country music legend T.G. Sheppard as Fortune’s first guest! My Life My Songs with Jimmy Fortune airs on country music TV’s top channels including The Heartland Network, The Family Channel, The Country Network, and more.
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Catching up with The Queen of Bluegrass Rhonda Vincent

Rhonda Vincent and The Rage will play at the ETSU Martin Center for the Performing Arts tonight, but she and Dan Boner with the ETSU Bluegrass, Old-Time, and Roots Music Program stopped by Daytime for a preview of the concert!. For more information go to etsutickets.com/martincenter.
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American Routes Shortcuts: Rhonda Vincent

Rhonda Vincent grew up in a five-generation musical family from Greentop, Missouri, a tiny town near the Iowa border. Her father led the family band, the Sally Mountain Show, as they traveled the Midwest bluegrass circuit in the 1970s. Rhonda was Missouri State Fiddle Champion. She's gone on to become a bluegrass band leader with her group, The Rage, winning a Grammy and being inducted at the Grand Ole Opry. Her daughters Sally and Tensel are also musicians. For Rhonda, it all started when her dad needed more players at a family gig.
GREENTOP, MO
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Rhonda Vincent coming to ETSU Martin Center

East Tennessee State University’s Bluegrass, Old-Time and Roots Music Studies will present a highly anticipated concert at the ETSU Martin Center for the Arts on March 11 featuring Grand Ole Opry star Rhonda Vincent and The Rage. This concert will kick off a yearlong commemoration of the program’s 40th...
MARTIN, TN
Rogersville Review

Bluegrass legend Rhonda Vincent coming to ETSU Martin Center

East Tennessee State University’s Bluegrass, Old-Time and Roots Music Studies will present a highly anticipated concert at the ETSU Martin Center for the Arts on March 11 featuring Grand Ole Opry star Rhonda Vincent and The Rage. This concert will kick off a yearlong commemoration of the program’s 40th...
MARTIN, TN

‘New Queen of Bluegrass’ Rhonda Vincent to perform at ETSU

JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. (WJHL) — East Tennessee State University (ETSU) announced it will host Grand Ole Opry star Rhonda Vincent and The Rage on March 11 at 7 p.m. An ETSU release revealed that tickets for the Martin Center for the Arts event are available on the university’s event webpage. The event is hosted by […]
JOHNSON CITY, TN
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Rhonda Vincent and The Rage to perform March 11 at ETSU Martin Center

East Tennessee State University’s Bluegrass, Old-Time and Roots Music Studies will present Grand Ole Opry star Rhonda Vincent and The Rage at the ETSU Martin Center for the Arts on March 11. This concert will kick off a yearlong commemoration of the program’s 40th anniversary. The ETSU Bluegrass Pride...
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Alex Miller to make Branson debut, to open for Rhonda Vincent

Season 19 American Idol Contestant Alex Miller is set to join The Queen of Bluegrass Rhonda Vincent this week as a special guest for two of her upcoming performances at The Mansion Theatre for the Performing Arts. Vincent, who is performing all this week at The Mansion, will welcome Miller...
BRANSON, MO
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Episode 111 with Rhonda Vincent in Branson

Matt Bailey interviews the Queen of Bluegrass backstage. The Queen of Bluegrass, Rhonda Vincent, returns to the show, but this time, it’s an in person interview in Branson. Vincent is set to perform six Christmas shows at Branson’s Mansion Theatre from December 6-12th with some special guests. On a recent...
BRANSON, MO
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Rhonda Vincent Receives Grammy Nomination for Best Bluegrass Album, 'Music Is What I See'

Grammy-winning Queen of Bluegrass Rhonda Vincent receives her eighth Grammy nomination for Best Bluegrass Album, 'Music Is What I See.' The album was produced by Rhonda Vincent & Engineered by Grammy-Winning engineer Joey Crawford. Rhonda’s Grammy-winning band “The Rage” shared their world-class musicianship for the project. The songs included were written by writers from the Songwriter’s Hall of Fame, Writers of the Year, Grand Ole Opry stars, and the first-ever bluegrass version of the classic “Unchained Melody.”
NASHVILLE, TN
Mount Airy News

Rhonda Vincent and the Rage to perform Friday

Rhonda Vincent and The Rage are making their way back to the Historic Earle Theatre for a concert this week. Vincent is a multi-award-winning artist, whose awards include a 2017 Grammy for Best Bluegrass Album, the International Bluegrass Music Association’s (IBMA’s) Song of the Year 2004, and IBMA’s Female Vocalist of the Year for seven consecutive years (2000 – 2006). She won the award for an eighth time in 2015.
MOUNT AIRY, NC