Appalachian Road Show

Appalachian Road Show, whose band members have performed with Dolly Parton, Johnny Cash, Emmylou Harris, Vince Gill and many others, will make its Grand Ole Opry debut next Friday, November 25th. Ahead of the band’s appearance, a limited edition gold vinyl will be released for its ‘Jubilation’ album (10.7 via Billy Blue Records).

Fresh off the release of its ‘Jubilation’ album (10.7 via Billy Blue Records), roots “supergroup” (NPR) Appalachian Road Show announces that it will make its Grand Ole Opry debut on Friday, November 25th.

Appalachian Road Show is a 5-piece “roots supergroup” (NPR) known for creating music that speaks to the heart and shares the stories of part of America that is often overlooked. On the band’s new album ‘Jubilation,’ which is available everywhere today (10.7), it celebrates the endurance and resilience of Appalachian people after a trial of hardship.

Appalachian Road Show shares the latest from its forthcoming album ‘Jubilation’ with a soul-swinging sing-a-long called “La La Blues.” The song is available everywhere today (9.9). Listen here:

Dolly Parton is an American treasure who continues to captivate one generation after another. Following her GRAMMY-winning bluegrass album 'The Grass Is Blue’ (1999), Parton hinted at another bluegrass-adjacent album in the works earlier this summer. Featured on the upcoming project are virtuosic musicians Jim VanCleve, Barry Abernathy and Darrell Webb, who make up three parts of “roots supergroup” (NPR) Appalachian Road Show.

Last night, roots supergroup Appalachian Road Show was named the Instrumental Group of the Year and New Artist of the Year at the 2021 IBMA Bluegrass Music Awards. The band was one of four 2x winning artists alongside Billy Strings, Sierra Hull and Dale Ann Bradley.

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