Vincent is out with new version of "Like I Could"
Wednesday, April 28, 2021
– Rhonda Vincent released a new version of her number-one single "Like I Could."
The song, which first came out in 2019, is on Vincent's forthcoming disc, "Music Is What I See," which comes out May 28. Vincent included what she said was the first-ever recorded bluegrass version of the classic, "Unchained Melody."
Vincent delivered a ballad through her classic country sound. The fiddle and mandolin-infused tune speaks about a love seen from the perspective of longing for forever, but not receiving that love in return. The revamped single was written by Erin Enderlin, Bobby Tomberlin and Jeannie Seely. 'Music Is What I See,' which will be released on May 28 highlighting her incomparable talent.
"I feel like I've discovered the best way to find songs to record. Just get in a limo with a Grand Ole Opry Star, ride around Nashville, and enjoy having them sing the latest songs they've written. It sounds like a fairy tale, but that's exactly how I found "Like I Could," Vincent said. "Jeannie Seely sang me the newest song she had written, along with Erin Enderlin and Bobby Tomberlin. I loved it instantly and couldn't wait to record it."
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