Larry's Country Diner-Rhonda Vincent
It’s “Rhonda Vincent Appearing at Larry’s Country Diner” in Branson! She’s the most awarded bluegrass beauty in music today; a Missouri born songstress with strong roots in the music city; she’s entertained thousands at the award-winning Silver Dollar City theme park, both early in her career and for special events throughout the years. Beloved by bluegrass fans as well as other artists and industry professionals, “Rhonda Vincent” has also enjoyed an excellent reputation in the music media. Writer Ed Morris once said that ‘Vincent is too good to be mortal,’ and the Wall Street Journal gave her the well-deserved moniker, the new Queen of Bluegrass. She’s piled up the awards, too, from the International Bluegrass Music Association (IBMA), she’s been repeatedly recognized with Recorded Event of the Year, Song of the Year, Female Vocalist of the Year, and Entertainer of the Year, and she’s been nominated six times for a Grammy. She’s grabbed the number one spot on the charts with her albums Only Me and Taken, and with Sunday Mornin’ Singin’ Live, recorded in her hometown at the Greentop United Methodist Church.
Songs by “Rhonda Vincent” include several that feature big names in country and bluegrass, including The Blues Ain’t Workin’ on Me, one of three songs with Dolly Parton, You Don’t Know Me with Tanya Tucker, One Step Ahead of the Blues with Alison Krauss, and The Water is Wide, featuring Keith Urban. Her music incorporates a contemporary feel without losing that authentic bluegrass sound, and she’s backed up by a phenomenal, award-winning band - Rhonda Vincent & The Rage. She’s also an impeccable instrumentalist, mastering the guitar, fiddle, and mandolin.
Every fan of bluegrass music, or even anyone who enjoys a sensational performance, needs to be in Branson in September for “Rhonda Vincent Appearing at Larry’s Country Diner!”
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