The Mountain Home Music Family continues its support of the IBMA Trust Fund as they celebrate the official release of COME SEE ABOUT ME: A Benefit For The IBMA Trust Fund with a special “World of Bluegrass” show later today. The eagerly-anticipated set, “The TRUST,” kicks off at 4:15 p.m. at Raleigh’s Red Hat Amphitheater Stage. Artists scheduled to perform songs from the new album include: Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver, Balsam Range, Lonesome River Band, Chris Jones & The Night Drivers, Donna Ulisse, Sideline and Love Canon.
The industry has embraced this great collaborative effort and has shown support with six well-received song premieres:
Hallels – “We’ll Never Walk Alone” (Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver)
The Boot – “We’re All In This Together” (Balsam Range)
Roughstock – “All The Good Things We Could Do” (Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver)
Each song was carefully selected to cement the central themes of hope, trust, and faith. Firmly grounded in Bluegrass, the album is enhanced with Country, Gospel, Rock and Pop influences that provide for the unexpected. Early reviews are proving the multi-genre appeal of the project:
“Stunning.” – BBC Radio Shropshire
“In a world that seems to be fragmented and divided on so many fronts, this album is a reminder to help others in need. Special.” – Hammond, LA Daily Star
“The songs are centered around being in it all together . . . it all fits nicely.”
– Midwest Record Entertainment
Fans can watch a three-minute YouTube video teaser about the project HERE and purchase the collection now. The album’s first single release, “Come See About Me,” is already impacting radio, sitting at #8 on the Roots Music Report Weekly Bluegrass chart and at #5 on Contemporary Bluegrass Chart. Radio can download the track from AirPlay Direct and fans can stream it HERE now. To make direct donations to the Fund, click HERE.
Mountain Home Music Company
IBMA Trust Fund
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Thanks soooo much Ryan for spreading the word… I love this album.
Have you had a chance to listen to it?