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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Rhonda Vincent: All American Bluegrass Girl

    Rhonda Vincent is absolutely amazing. She is the best thing going for bluegrass. Having a woman come out of the dark and into the light of womething that is primarily for men is outstanding. You couldn't ask for a better song writer and artist ingeneral as Rhonda Vincent most of her songs any girl can relate to. She is wonderful and She really does have a &amp quot Good Thing Going&amp quot

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A reviewer

    Rhonda Vincent starts this project out with her trademark - gutsy, aggressive-hard-driving bluegrass style in the track "I'm Leavin'" that would make some men appear timid. She continues to captivate you with her ability to shift from swift bluegrass to sultry country tracks brimming with emotion that quickly identifies with life in the real world, the good times and the bad, the happiest moments and the sad. "Scorn of a Lover" draws upon the listener to remind them of that classic country sound that country music was intended to portray. "Hit Parade of Love", a long time favorite at shows with the fans of Rhonda Vincent and the Rage is a long-over-due welcome track in the basket of goodies that she brings to the table. "I will See You again" is a song of hope and comfort for those wishing love ones goodbye, if only for a season, and is only enhanced by the back up vocals of Rebecca Isaacs Bowman, and proof of Rhonda's great discernment in guest selection. For those yearning for some tradional Irish seasoning, "The Water is Wide" beautifully done as a duet by Vincent and Country artist guest, Keith Urban, is a sound that one savors and showcases a softer, romantic side of Vincent that prompts the listener to replay again and again. The final Bonus Track, "Bluegrass Saturday Night", reveals Rhonda Vincent's love of the music, the fans, and the whole atmosphere of the Bluegrass festival circuit. Yes variety: from bluegrass / country to gospel / traditional Irish / Celtic, this album delivers variety!

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