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Vincent leaves Rounder Records

Wednesday, February 24, 2010 – Rhonda Vincent is leaving Rounder Records after 10 years. It was unclear exactly what Vincent's future plans were, but she is apparently working on contracts with a new label.

Whether Vincent, who has her own management company, will start her own label or sign up with an existing one was unclear. She has been in the studio recording new material, according to the Bluegrass Blog.

The bluegrass singer previously recorded for Rebel Records and Giant Records, where she attempted to forge a country career. Vincent's last disc for Rounder was "Destination Life," which came out in June 2009.


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CD review - All the Rage Volume One Rhonda Vincent has been a solid voice of bluegrass music since the 1970's. She first performed with a family band (The Sally Mountain Show), before going solo. Her career took a country turn for a few years, but she's mostly a bluegrass artist these days, and bluegrass is the beneficiary. Vincent has found her voice (literally and figuratively) fronting The Rage. Anyone who has seen her live show knows that she can tear it up, whilst remaining true to mountain music sensibility. ...
CD review - Christmas Time The very thought of Rhonda Vincent, with her lovely voice and wonderful musicianship, ought to sell many on her new Christmas album, "Christmas Time." She performs some of the best loved Christmas songs, ranging from a reverent "Angels We Have Heard on High," to a celebratory western swing of "Jingle Bells." "God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen" also benefits from a reverence similar to that applied to "Angels We Have Heard On High." But no matter the ...
CD review - Only Me Bluegrass icon Rhonda Vincent took a stab at country stardom early in her career, after leaving her family's Sally Mountain Show band, but before racking up an ongoing string of bluegrass classics with her band The Rage. It didn't go well, perhaps because Vincent is a traditionalist who didn't wear contemporary country production with the right artifice. It certainly wasn't because she doesn't love country music, as this new double disc set proves. There's a ...


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