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CAROLINA ROAD TO BE FEATURED ON BLUEGRASS JUNCTION

CAROLINA ROAD TO BE FEATURED ON BLUEGRASS JUNCTION TRACK BY TRACK WITH KYLE CANTRELL
The Carolina Road Track by Track will premiere April 4th on SiriusXM

Nashville, TN - Bluegrass Junction host, Kyle Cantrell, will be talking with Lorraine Jordan and the members of Carolina Road as each track is played from their current album, Back To My Roots.  The program is scheduled to premiere on April 4th at 11:00am EST on SiriusXM Channel 61 or listen online CLICK HERE.

Get to know Carolina Road a little better, as the band shares their personal stories in the making of this record, while we listen to Back to My Roots in its entirety.  The album is currently at #2 on the Bluegrass Music Profiles Magazine Top Bluegrass Album Chart, and #10 on the Bluegrass Unlimited Magazine National Album Chart.  Their latest single, “A Light In The Window Again,” has climbed to #2 on the Bluegrass Music Profiles Magazine Top 30 Hot Singles Chart and #10 on the Bluegrass Unlimited Magazine Top 30 Songs Chart.  Listen closely to the track by track, and let us know on our Facebook Page what you'd like the next single to be!  The launch of the next single is just around the corner and will be impacting your satellite radio soon.

Be sure to catch the broadcast on Bluegrass Junction Channel 61 at one of the following times (EST):
  • 4/4 –  11:00 am
  • 4/5 –    9:00 pm
  • 4/7 –    8:00 am
  • 4/8 -   11:00 am

Here are a few candid photos of the band during the recording of "Track by Track":
















About Carolina Road
Lorraine Jordan, also known as “Lady of Tradition” is the founder, mandolin player, and face of Carolina Road.  Her showmanship and chemistry with the audience makes the group one of the most popular bands among bluegrass fans today. Carolina Road is fully dedicated to presenting that traditional sound, and their performance is energetic and hard driving, with invigorating instrumentals, like Lorraine's signature “Monroe-style mandolin” chop, and smooth blending vocals.  Lorraine Jordan and Carolina Road has earned a reputation as one of the hardest working bands in bluegrass, averaging 60 bluegrass festivals in the U.S. and Canada annually along with headlining the Bluegrass Cruise and hosting the Canadian Bluegrass Awards.

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