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Music Video To Premiere On The Heartland Network Today, April 5th, At 2 PM ET/PT And Premiered Digitally By M Music & Musicians Magazine

Vincent’s New Album To Be Available This Summer

“Rhonda Vincent is truly the people’s bluegrass queen! It’s hard not to have as much fun as she clearly does, seeing how meaningful it is when she’s surrounded by her musical community. Rhonda is effortlessly country and quintessentially bluegrass – and these qualities are on full display with ‘Please Mr. Please.'”– Justin Hiltner / The Bluegrass Situation

“What a fantastic spin by Rhonda on a classic…It’s always fun to be able to reacquaint our audience with a classic song when the artist can make it their own.”– Joel Wertman, President of The Heartland Network

“Rhonda Vincent is one of those rare talents who can take a song made famous by another great artist and put her own distinctive spin on it. With “Please  Mr. Please,” The Queen of Bluegrass works her enchanting magic once again.”– Joe Leydon / Cowboys & Indians

“The incredibly talented musician and golden voice bluegrass sensation Rhonda Vincent’s fresh take on Olivia Newton-John’s 1975 pop hit breathes new life to the song, and you can’t help but tap your feet and get up and dance to the once forlorn song.”
— M Music & Musicians magazine / Mmusicmag.com

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Multi-award-winning bluegrass artist and Grand Ole Opry member Rhonda Vincent’s new single “Please Mr. Please” from her upcoming album is available today. The follow-up from Vincent’s number one song, “City Of New Orleans,” “Please Mr. Please” continues to set the pace for a specialty project over a year in the making. The theme of Vincent’s new project is “destinations,” taking every listener on a journey through different cities, states, and other places of interest around the country. “Please Mr. Please” is a new rendition of Olivia Newton-John’s country hit, and the music video, which was recorded during the SPBGMA convention in Nashville, was premiered digitally by M Music & Musicians Magazine today, April 5th and will premiere on The Heartland Network at 2 PM ET/PT or stream it on watchheartlandtv.com and the @itsrealgoodtv app!

To purchase/stream, visit: ingrv.es/please-mr-please-ck3-z

To check out “Please Mr. Please” premiere with M Music & Musicians Magazine, visit HERE.

“I was working on the song ‘Four Strong Winds’ from our upcoming “destinations” themed album, and as I turned from working on that song, all of a sudden, out of nowhere, I started singing ‘Please Mr. Please,’ smiles Vincent. “There was something similar in the songs. My heart started to race, and I instantly thought, ‘This will be a great bluegrass song!’ I couldn’t wait to tell the guys in The Rage. When I mentioned it, none of them had heard the song before. This made it even better. I found that so many people have never heard of the song, and it’s like having my own original bluegrass song. We rehearsed it at sound check and then started performing it on our shows. I could instantly tell this song was special with everyone’s reactions, with many singing along, and best of all, people are now asking for it everywhere. I love that!”

Taking her “destination” themed album to heart, Rhonda Vincent continues to tour the country from shore to shore with nearly seventy shows scheduled for the remainder of 2024 in over 20 states, and still adding more, proving the renowned “Queen of Bluegrass” continues to work harder than ever and shows no signs of slowing down.

“As for the video, I asked the videographer to capture the pure essence of bluegrass,” continues Vincent. “The family atmosphere, kids playing bluegrass, adults playing bluegrass, banjos ringing throughout, dancing, fun; these elements all wrapped into one video. Our video of ‘Please, Mr. Please’ is what he captured. I hope it makes you smile!”

Rhonda Vincent’s Upcoming Tour Dates:
APR 05 – Renfro Valley Entertainment Center / Mt. Vernon, Ky.
APR 06 – The Center for the Arts / Russellville, Ark.
APR 07 – Southland Bluegrass & Wilderness Festival / Immokalee, Fla.
APR 12 – World Records / Bakersfield, Calif.
APR 13 – Las Vegas Bluegrass Festival / Las Vegas, Nev.
APR 16 – The Grand Ole Opry / Nashville, Tenn.
APR 17 – The Grand Ole Opry / Nashville, Tenn.
APR 20 – Earle Theatre / Mount Airy, N.C.
APR 24 – Missouri Cherry Blossom Festival / Marshfield, Mo.
APR 30 – Amish Country Theater’s Land Cruise / Berlin, Ohio
MAY 01 – Amish Country Theater’s Land Cruise / Berlin, Ohio
MAY 02 – Amish Country Theater’s Land Cruise / Berlin, Ohio
MAY 03 – Little Roy & Lizzy Music Festival / Lincolnton, Ga.
MAY 04 – Wind Vineyards / Tappahannock, Va.
MAY 11 – Silver Dollar City / Branson, Mo.
MAY 12 – Silver Dollar City / Branson, Mo.
MAY 13 – Silver Dollar City / Branson, Mo.
MAY 17 – Moraine City First Church of God / Dayton, Ohio
MAY 18 – Gettysburg Bluegrass Festival – Granite Hill Campground / Gettysburg, Pa.
JUN 01 – Back Forty Bluegrass Festival / Curryville, Mo.
JUN 02 – Missouri Berries / Republic, Mo.
JUN 07 – Cherokee Bluegrass Festival / Cherokee, N.C.
JUN 08 – The Farm Jamb / Bagdad, Ky.
JUN 14 – National Road Bluegrass Festival / Farmington, Pa.
JUN 15 – Bluegrass and Sunset Festival / Crisfield, Md.
JUN 28 – Sue Morris Sports Complex / Glenville, W. Va.
JUN 29 – Remington Ryde Bluegrass Festival / Centre Hall, Pa.

For more information and to keep up with everything Rhonda Vincent, visit her website and follow her social channels below.

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About Rhonda Vincent:
The Grammy-winning Queen of Bluegrass Rhonda Vincent began her professional music career at five, singing with her family’s band, the Sally Mountain Show. She picked up the mandolin at eight and the fiddle at twelve, performing with the family band at weekend festivals. Rhonda struck out on her own, singing with the Grand Ole Opry’s Jim Ed Brown. Her opportunity eventually led to a deal with Rebel Records. Her work caught the attention of Giant Nashville’s president, James Stroud, who signed Vincent to record two contemporary country albums. After Giant, she signed with Rounder Records, where her passion for traditional bluegrass music flourished. With the release of her debut album “Back Home Again,” “The Wall Street Journal” crowned Rhonda Vincent the New Queen of Bluegrass. She’s a multi-award winner, with a Grammy for Best Bluegrass Album (2017), Entertainer of the Year (2001), Song of the Year (2004), and an unprecedented 7 consecutive Female Vocalist of the Year awards from the International Bluegrass Music Association (2000 – 2006). Her powerful vocal style transcends the boundaries of bluegrass music, as evidenced in her collaboration with Dolly Parton on the Elton John / Bernie Taupin Tribute Project “Restoration” 2018. Rhonda Vincent’s lifelong dream came true when she became a member of the Grand Ole Opry on February 6, 2021. You can also hear her on Cody Johnson’s project, “Treasures.” Her new single, “Please Mr. Please,” is now available from her upcoming album due out this summer.

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.@Rhondavincent13’s new single, #PleaseMrPlease, from her upcoming album out this summer, is available today! To purchase/stream: ingrv.es/please-mr-please-ck3-z

“Please Mr. Please” – Rhonda Vincent