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Lorrie Morgan’s authenticity as a country artist is irrefutable. If pedigree is not proof enough, Morgan’s life itself is testament to the themes that make country music rich with the soaring highs and crushing lows of real life. Because of her dedication to the Grand Ole Opry, Morgan was invited to become a member in 1984, long before she released her platinum-selling debut album Leave the Light On in 1989. Lorrie quickly became one of country music’s most popular and successful female artists charting over a dozen top ten hits including “Five Minutes”, “What Part of No”, and “I Didn’t Know My Own Strength” which all anded at number one. Recognized as a creative force in music videos, Lorrie charted eight number one videos at CMT. Praise from her peers and fans followed, and Morgan earned nine industry awards including four wins as Female Vocalist of the Year.


The country music group Shenandoah framed Marty's smoky voice with bluegrass-tinged harmonies and crisp contemporary instrumentation on hits like their first #1, "The Church On Cumberland Road," making the group one of the most popular during the country boom of the late 80s and early 90s. Despite the group's success, Marty's growing spirituality and creative restlessness eventually led him to leave. Over the next several years, he recorded an album with his brother Tim, a solo country CD and several gospel albums that complemented his growing evangelical calling. Yet as he recalls, the idea of a return to bluegrass was growing, too. The result is a sensational bluegrass album that includes a half dozen classics from Monroe, Flatt & Scruggs and Jimmy Martin, remakes of two Shenandoah hits and a gem from his solo album of 2000 and three new songs written or co-written by Marty. With Full Circle's release, Raybon has turned his attention to completing his return to the bluegrass community through personal appearances.


One of the best instrumentalists in the business, with four gold albums and countless hit singles, Marty Stuart's career continues to go strong. He has received eleven Grammy nominations, three awards; five ACM nominations; seven CMA nominations, one award; five certificates from BMI's "Million-Air" club for one million air-plays, five BMI songwriting awards and he now has a new GRAMMY to add to his collection for "Best Country Instrumental Performance" on Foggy Mountain Breakdown with Earl Scruggs. Once again he has been elected as President of the Country Music Foundation, making this his fourth term. When the new Hall of Fame building opened its doors, it devoted an entire revolving and evolving exhibit to Marty's collection of memorabilia.


Matt Jenkins will never need to talk about overcoming rejection. As soon as he starts singing, doors swing open. As soon as people hear the quality of his original country songs, they enthusiastically get on board. Matt came to Nashville to compete in a Grammy talent competition. He left with a record deal from Universal South and a publishing deal with Jody Williams. The comparisons tend to fall toward the leading traditionalists of the modern era. The deep tone, relaxed rhythm and sly expressiveness of Matt’s voice draw references to Keith Whitley and Randy Travis. The wry cleverness of his lyrics and the fresh take on tradition in his arrangements bring talk of similarities to Alan Jackson and George Strait. But Matt Jenkins is his own man. All it takes is one listen.

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