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Rhonda Vincent Good Thing Going Tour

By Mandolin Cafe
March 19, 2008 - 8:30 am

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Rhonda Vincent

Rhonda Vincent

Rhonda Vincent, the hardest working woman in bluegrass music, is on the road in support of her new album Good Thing Going.

Since its release on January 8, 2008 Good Thing Going has topped Billboard's Top Bluegrass Albums Chart (currently #3), Bluegrass Unlimited's Top 15 Bluegrass Albums Chart (currently #2), and Bluegrass Music Profile's Top 10 Bluegrass CDs Chart (currently #1).

Vincent will be filming a music video for her new single "I Gotta Start Somewhere," from Good Thing Going. Shooting will take place this spring in North Carolina.

Tour appearances:

March, 2008
28 The Roberts Centre Wilmington, OH
30 Two Rivers High School Two Rivers, WI

April, 2008
4 Springfield Auditorium Akron, OH
5 American Music Theatre Lancaster, PA
11 Cross Country Trail Ride Eminence, MO
12 Giles High School Pearisburg, VA
18 Crystal Coast Civic Center Morehead City, NC
19 Laurel Lakes Bluegrass Festival Salemburg, NC
20 Habitat for Humanity Benefit Mars Hill, NC
25 Mr. B's Bluegrass Festival Ladysmith, VA
26 Merlefest Wilkesboro, NC
27 National Cornbread Festival South Pittsburg, TN

May, 2008
2 Oakland Community College Waterford, MI
3 Centennial Hall London, ON Canada
4 Apple Blossom Festival Winchester, VA
10 Little Nashville Opry Nashville, IN
11-13 Silver Dollar City Branson, MO
16 Central VA Family Bluegrass Festival Amelia, VA
17 Gettysburg Bluegrass Festival Gettysburg, PA
24 Prairie Home Companion Vienna, VA
30 Strawberry Park Festival Preston, CT
31 Graves Mountain Festival Syria, VA

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