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The reason for LJ’s success, though, is not difficult to discern: this band is unbelievably tight when they rev up, which is often, and back door breezy in balladry. Jordan’s known for her maverick hard-driving mandolin style, and Ben Greene’s a damn good banjo player, non-stop picking. Josh Goforth plies a fiddle in the fashion of a David Laflamme or a Richard Greene after a few dozen Starbucks Specials, Tommy Long tackling the lead vocals along with Lorraine and setting his guitar down in the rhythm section, John Bradley’s bass accompanying.
Mark Tucker – FAME
We always love anything that Lorraine does, love the single and looking forward to the full CD. Thanks so much, we need more of her sound these days. Thank her for us.
Bill Hensley & Miss. Vickie, WNKU-FM
I love this group and they have been on my playlist since 2008. The guitar player (Josh Goforth) has been a studio guest. Gave a fabulous set! Have been playing the new single and look forward to complete CD.”
Bob Mitchell, WKWC-FM, WFPK-FM, and Radio Bluegrass International
Enjoying AND airing the single Matt. Looking forward to the full project. Thanks for checking in.
Sherry Boyd, WBRF
Thanks Matt I am playing it.
Pete Hart, WOUB
LOVE THE SINGLE & can’t wait for the CD!!!!
Buddy Michaels, WBAG/WKRX/WLHC
The sound of Lorraine Jordan & Carolina Road makes me feel like I am sitting on a porch swing, just relaxing and enjoying life.
Family Friendly Gaming
I hope that all is well! We’re playing the new single and have it in our mix. Lorraine and the boys will be appearing at Bristol Rhythm & Roots Reunion Festival on September 20, 2013.
Larry Gorley, WOPI
Fixtures on the modern bluegrass scene, Lorraine Jordan & Carolina Road area back with a twang.”
Jeffrey Sisk – McKeesport Daily News
Good album by a band that specializes in a hard-driving traditional sound.” Keith Lawrence
Bluegrass Notes
This is a wonderfully tasty romp that takes you back to when the music mattered and it had to be good music first before the machine could turn it into product. Hot stuff.
Midwest Records