Grammy Nomination for Rhonda Vincent


Rhonda Vincent


As Rhonda Vincent recuperates from a respiratory illness, she looks forward to celebrating the news of a Grammy Nomination for her project titled “ALL THE RAGE – VOLUME ONE” – a LIVE intimate concert by Rhonda Vincent & The Rage.

“What wonderful news to hear, especially as I rest and recover from this illness,” Rhonda shares from Missouri. “I just made it home to recuperate when texts and emails started flooding my inbox with the news of the Grammy nomination.”

Rhonda states how honored she is to travel around the world, eleven months of the year, with such award winning musicians. Each member is featured in this project “All The Rage – Volume One.” Many performed songs they wrote, so it’s a very personal project that displays every aspect of this band.

“Every musician of The Rage has been hand selected for their musicianship,” Rhonda shares. “They are all at the Top of their Game, and the Best in their Field. I stand in awe during our shows, amazed at what they bring to our show,” Rhonda shares with love and enthusiasm for her band.

The 60th Annual Grammy Awards will be held on January 28, 2018 in New York City, NY at Madison Square Garden.

Rhonda expressed how grateful she and her band are, for the support of their music, and the blessing to have a career performing the music they love.

As the voting for the 60th Annual Grammy Awards begins, Rhonda and her band will be resting up from a rigorous year of performing all around the world. They will wait anxiously to see if they might be the winner of the Grammy, but extend their sincere congratulations to all Grammy nominees, and an extra congratulations to their friends in the Best Bluegrass Album category.

Rhonda says, “It’s a win win for all of us, with these amazing artists contributing bluegrass to the world of music!”

Here’s a link to videos from this Grammy nominated project ALL THE RAGE – VOLUME ONE “Rhonda Vincent & The Rage”

Rhonda Vincent & The Rage look forward to a full schedule in 2018.

1/5 – Columbia, SC
1/6 – Jekyll Island, GA
1/8 – Nashville, TN (Benefit for Ernie Thacker, with Doyle Lawson, Ralph Stanley II, and others)
1/13 – Perrysburg, OH
1/14 – Nelsonville, OH
1/19 – Bloomington, IN
1/20 – Greenville, OH
1/28-2/4 – COUNTRY MUSIC CRUISE – Country's Family Reunion/Larry's Country Diner Cruise
2/9 – Ottumwa, IA
2/10 – Ft. Smith, AR
2/14 – Tampa, FL
2/15 – Palatka, FL
2/16 – Asheville, NC
2/17 – Hanover, PA
2/25 – Weirsdale, FL
3/3 – Fulton, MS
3/9 – Red Wing, MN
3/10 – Kirksville, MO
3/11 – St. Cloud, MN
3/17 – North East, MD
3/23 – Wilmington, OH
3/24 – Decatur, IL
3/29 – Savannah, GA
4/6 – Stoughton, WI
4/7 – Knoxville, IA
4/11 – Arlington, TX
4/12 – Tomball, TX
4/13 – Fredericksburg, TX
4/14 – Winnsboro, LA
4/21 – Las Vegas, NV
4/22 – Las Vegas, NV
4/28 – Wadsworth, OH
5/4 – Lincolnton, GA
5/5 – Ladysmith, VA
5/10 – Branson, MO
5/11 – Branson, MO
5/12 – Branson, MO
5/13 – Branson, MO
5/18 – Gettysburg, PA
5/24 – Curryville, MO
5/3 – Preston, CT
6/1 – Preston, CT
6/2 – Tunkhannock, PA
6/8 – Cherokee, NC
6/9 – Hopedale, OH
6/14 – Marinette, WI
6/15 – Tottenham, Ontario, CANADA
6/16 – Tottenham, Ontario, CANADA
6/17 – Chillicothe, OH
6/21 – Morehead, KY
6/22 – Summersville, WV
6/23 – Tunbridge, VT
7/4 – Queen City, MO
7/5 – Queen City, MO
7/6 – Queen City, MO
7/7 – Queen City, MO
7/8 – Queen City, MO
7/13 – Murfreesboro, TN
7/14 – Murfreesboro, TN
7/29 – Colorado Springs, CO
8/3 – Parsons, WV
8/4 – Milan, MI
8/16 – Gettysburg, PA
8/17 – Marion, NC
8/18 – Salyersville, KY
8/25 – Rogersville, New Brunswick CANADA
8/26 – Rogersville, New Brunswick CANADA
9/2 – Piketon, OH
9/8 – Claremore, OK
9/14 – Kodak, TN
9/15 – Conway, MO
10/4 – Manteo, NC
10/5 – Athens, AL
10/13 – Waldron, AR
10/20 – Lanexa, VA
10/25 – Anderson, SC
10/27 – York, PA
11/4 – Fairmont, WV

Rhonda Vincent


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Carrie Brunner grew up in a small town in northern New Brunswick. She studied chemistry in college, graduated, and married her husband one month later. They were then blessed with two baby boys within the first four years of marriage. Having babies gave their family a desire to return to the old paths – to nourish their family with traditional, homegrown foods; rid their home of toxic chemicals and petroleum products; and give their boys a chance to know a simple, sustainable way of life. They are currently building a homestead from scratch on two little acres in central Texas. There’s a lot to be done to become somewhat self-sufficient, but they are debt-free and get to spend their days living this simple, good life together with their five young children. Carrie writes mostly on provincial stories.
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