“I’m Not Who I Used To Be” – Tonja Rose
Tonja Rose has a new radio release to Bluegrass Gospel and Southern Gospel radio available now. The new single is “I’m Not Who I Used To Be” and was written by Tonja and Erin Ashleigh. Tonja has already scored three consecutive Singing News Bluegrass Top 10 chart songs with releases from her ‘Me, Jesus & The Highway’ album as well as several Diamond Award Nominations. The official music video was filmed recently near Spring Hill, TN and is set to launch on social media platforms on September 24th. Follow Tonja’s facebook page to see the new video when it is release: Tonja Rose
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“Turkey Buzzard” – East Ridge Boys
The East Ridge Boys new radio single, “Turkey Buzzard”, was released to radio outlets, social media and all digital streaming services on Friday, September 13th. The song is a fun, light hearted story with a deeper message behind the humor. The group hails from Lick Creek, KY and consist of group members Richie Rose, David Taylor and Fonso Fields. Their mountain roots and bluegrass music heritage runs deep and garnered success on their previous single, “Oh Dear Sinner”, which spent 5 months on the Singing News Bluegrass Gospel Top 10 chart, peaking at Number 2 for two months in a row.
“Turkey Buzzard” was originally written by the multiple BMI awarded songwriter, ‘Country’ Johnny Mathis. Since the 1950’s Johnny’s songs have been recorded by a long list of artists such as George Jones, Charley Pride, Ray Price, Johnny Paycheck, Brad Davis and many others. 10 Country Music Hall of Fame Inductees would eventually record Johnny’s songs. Johnny had two co-writes with Jones on the 1964 Billboard Charting album, ‘Bluegrass Hootenanny’, by George Jones and Melba Montgomery. One of those songs, “I’d Jump The Mississippi”, is still being covered in bluegrass circles today.
The East Ridge Boys will be in the studio this fall working on a new album slated for release in 2020 on Mansion Entertainment’s, Bluegrass Valley label.
For more information on the East Ridge Boys follow them at Facebook.com/EastRidgeBoys
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