Carley Arrowood

Since the release of her debut collection, Goin’ Home Comin’ On, Mountain Home Music Company’s Carley Arrowood has been gifted one husband, one baby daughter and one IBMA Momentum Vocalist of the Year award while releasing four acclaimed singles — “Deeper In Love,” “Tsali’s Run,” “Chasin’ Indigo” and “Moondancer” — that have made an undeniable case for her growing power as a mature, confident creative force.

Mountain Home Music Company recording artist Carley Arrowood was named the International Bluegrass Music Association's Momentum Vocalist of the Year at Wednesday's Momentum Awards Luncheon in Raleigh, North Carolina.

Though Mountain Home Music Company’s Carley Arrowood is a compelling singer — for proof, look no further than her last single, “Deeper In Love” — she’s also a virtuosic instrumentalist who got her first gigs as a player. Like many of her fiddle heroes, she’s not only an interpreter of tunes old and new, but a gifted composer of them, too.

The new year brings new music from rising young bluegrass artist, Carley Arrowood, whose 2022 debut album, Goin’ Home Comin’ On, turned heads with hits like the title track, gospel favorite “Jesus Drive The Train” and her blistering cover of Alison Krauss’ “Will You Be Leaving?”

The release of fiddler, singer and songwriter Carley Arrowood's debut album puts an exclamation point on an upward trajectory that not even a pandemic could stall. Goin' Home Comin' On is available now on all platforms.

One of the most distinctive features of bluegrass is the way that an artist’s vocal prowess is frequently paired with instrumental virtuosity. Carley Arrowood fits comfortably in that mold, for while she’s a compelling singer, she’s also a powerful fiddle player who’s studied generations of bluegrass stylists and forged those influences into a style that’s all her own.

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