The New Queen of Bluegrass, Rhonda Vincent, as proclaimed by the Wall Street Journal is a top draw in bluegrass music and beyond. Featured in People Magazine, Oprah's "O" Magazine; appearances with such notables as Dolly Parton & Norah Jones; and shouted praise from high profile fans such as Bernie Taupin and Levon Helms. Rhonda Vincent's music knows no boundaries. With over 80 awards to their credit, Rhonda Vincent and the Rage have emerged as the most decorated band in bluegrass. Among their honors are Song of the Year, Entertainer of the Year, and an unrivaled seven consecutive Female Vocalist of the Year awards from the International Bluegrass Music Association (IBMA).
The NEW Queen of Bluegrass - The Wall Street Journal
Vincent is too good to be mortal - Billboard
...impeccably gifted bluegrass singer...her voice at once clarion and sweet. The New York Times
Good music reaches out and touches you. Great music grabs you and doesn’t let go. And this, friends, is great music. BluegrassToday.com
Rhonda Vincent. What a talent. What a beauty. What a special human being. I not only feel honored to know her but to have had the chance to sing with her on various projects. She has been more than generous with her beautiful voice on some of my records and I was more than happy to get to sing on her record. I wish her the very best of life and success as I truly feel she deserves it. - Dolly Parton
She's the Empress of Bluegrass. You might even say that she is to bluegrass now what Aretha Franklin once was to soul music. - The Buffalo News
She's a master of both breakneck-speed reels and high-lonesome ballads. - O - The Oprah Magazine
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Sunday Mornin' Singin' Review - BluegrassToday.com
Sunday Mornin' Singin' Review - The New York Times
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