July 13th the coveted Trail Blazer Award will be presented to the "Queen of Bluegrass" at Uncle Dave Macon Days

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On Friday, July 13th, at 8pm the coveted Trail Blazer Award will be presented during the annual Uncle Dave Macon Days event. WGNS' Scott Walker has more...



Rhonda inherited timeless bluegrass strains from her family and the hills of her Missouri homeland. Vincent will serve as the Grand Marshall of the Motorless Parade that travels down East Main Street in Murfreesboro on Saturday morning at 10am, July 14th.

Consistent with this honor, Rhonda will gather together The Osbornes Brothers, Jesse McReynolds, and Mac Wiseman for the "Legends of Bluegrass" album release party at 5pm on July 14th, at Uncle Dave Macon Days. Later that evening, Rhonda Vincent and the Rage will continue with a performance at 7pm.

On Friday, July 13th, at 8pm the coveted Trail Blazer Award will be presented to the "Queen of Bluegrass," Rhonda Vincent.

Rhonda was born with music inside of her. She inherited timeless bluegrass strains from her family and the hills of her Missouri homeland. Vincent will serve as the Grand Marshall of the Motorless Parade that travels down East Main Street in Murfreesboro on Saturday morning at 10am, July 14th Consistent with this honor, Rhonda will gather together The Osbornes Brothers, Jesse McReynolds, and Mac Wiseman for the "Legends of Bluegrass" album release party at 5pm on July 14th, at Uncle Dave Macon Days. Later that evening, Rhonda Vincent and the Rage will continue with a performance at 7pm.

No doubt she continues as a firecracker talent that powers one of the hottest shows in any genre of music! World Class Musicians, and an Award-Winning Voice seamlessly set the stage for a breath-taking, one-of-a-kind, must-see performance; that reaches beyond the boundaries of bluegrass music!

Written words can give you, but a glimpse of the artist known as The Queen of Bluegrass, as deemed by the Wall Street Journal. But it's only when you see this artist, that you can feel the energy and experience the excitement of her music, to truly know why she and her amazing band are the "Most Award-Winning Band in Bluegrass Music History, with over 100 awards!"

Breaking a stereotypical image, Rhonda Vincent takes the stage in designer gowns, stiletto heels, in a take-charge manner, far from the type set that Hollywood has portrayed as the image of acoustic music.

"We're changing the landscape of our music in many aspects; to show we are sophisticated, educated, and hold a deep respect for the tradition of our music, keeping the roots embedded within the perimeters of our songs, to create a balance of tradition mixed with a contemporary flare, and present our own unique brand of music," Rhonda explains.

"We want our listeners to hear with their hearts," says Rhonda. "Music is a business, but I hope we don't let it show that much," she continues, "The business part is a necessity; but most of all it's the love of the music, that keeps us doing what we do!"

Rhonda Vincent makes having a successful career look easy. Behind the scenes, she's a savvy businesswoman with a tireless work ethic. At center stage, she makes a magical transformation to wow her audiences, with a fresh cover girl face, and complimentary curves; all while showing off her chops as the genre's finest vocalist and playing break-neck riffs on the mandolin. The Voice of Rhonda Vincent is the centerpiece, surrounded by the rhythms of each instrument; featuring the individual styles of the world class musicians that collectively make up The Rage. Their talent is unmatched. Each and every member can sing every part and play every instrument. Their depth of skill sets the stage for the highest level of professionalism in every performance. Reaching beyond the boundaries of bluegrass music......

Vincent is an in-demand guest vocalist for other bluegrass and country music performers, appearing on recordings by Dolly Parton, Alan Jackson, Tanya Tucker, Joe Diffie and other notables.

Vincent is a Vincent and her band, The Rage, are the most awarded band in bluegrass history. To date, the have won one Grammy, nineteen IBMA Awards (including the top Entertainer of the Year honor in 2001 and consecutive Female Vocalist of the year wins between 2000 and 2006) and eighty nine SPBGMA Awards.seven-time Grammy nominee, winning the Grammy Award for Best Bluegrass Album in 2017[5]

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