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"Lila Mae" Video by Lonesome River Band

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Lila MaeThe hauntingly beautiful music video, Lila Mae, by Lonesome River Band has been released. The song was written by Alex Cline, Kirk Sauers, and our very own Brandon Rickman. The video was filmed at the Wheatland Plantation in Sevierville, Tennessee. Based on one of the songs from their latest album, Turn On A Dime, both the song and the rest of the album are receiving rave reviews from the bluegrass music community.

The video was directed by Kim White at View Finders TV and produced by Mountain Home Music Company. The video features Josh Trivett from Moonstruck Management as well as Natalie Moore and Nathan Morrison in the lead roles. The video and song theme are typical of traditional bluegrass music and should become a fan favorite.

Lonesome River Band continues their reputation as one of the most respected names in bluegrass music. Led by five-time International Bluegrass Music Association (IBMA) Banjo Player of the Year and Virginia Country Music Hall of Famer Sammy Shelor, the group holds a powerhouse line up of award-winning players including vocalist and songwriter Brandon Rickman on guitar, Mike Hartgrove on fiddle, Barry Reed on bass and Randy Jones on mandolin and vocals.

The band is celebrating their Billboard Top 10 Bluegrass Album, Turn On A Dime released on Mountain Home Music Company. The album certainly showcases Lonesome River Band at the top of their creative game. When masterful players and vocalists combine with top notch material and thoughtful arrangement, the result is a dynamic release. This long awaited project includes numerous chart songs including the hit “Her Love Won’t Turn On A Dime” that reached the #1 spot seven times on the Bluegrass Today Top 20.

Lonesome River Band’s enduring career includes 17 albums, three of which were released in 2012 in celebration of the group’s 30th anniversary. The band received the 2012 International Bluegrass Music Association (IBMA) Award for Instrumental Recorded Event of the Year for their song “Angeline the Baker” from their CHRONOLOGY Volume One album along with Sammy Shelor taking home his fifth win as the 2012 IBMA Banjo Performer of the Year. Lonesome River Band has received other awards from IBMA including Album of the Year, along with numerous awards from SPBGMA including being named Bluegrass Band of Year, Vocal Group of the Year, Song of the Year and Shelor as Banjo Player of the Year.

Sammy Shelor received the 2nd Annual Steve Martin Prize for Excellence in Banjo and Bluegrass. In honor of this award, Lonesome River Band with special guest Steve Martin made an appearance and performed on the Late Show with David Letterman on November 11, 2011.

For over 30 years, Lonesome River Band continues set the standard in the bluegrass music world. Whether performing on the famous stage of the Grand Ole Opry or headlining major concert events & festivals, their loyal fans continue to support one of the most loved and most influential acts of our time.

We invite you to follow LRB on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and our website at www.lonesomeriverband.com. We'll be offering prizes throughout the year to those that share LRB pics and tag #LRB and #lonesomeriverband, so keep those pics and shares coming!

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