Rhonda Vincent and the Rage
Saturday June 17, 2023

Rhonda Vincent and the Rage
“The New Queen of Bluegrass” – Wall Street Journal
Live and Onstage
@ World Records Saturday June 17, 2023

Famously crowned as “The New Queen of Bluegrass” by the Wall Street Journal, and the most decorated artist in that field. Vincent’s music incorporates savvy contemporary touches while drawing deeply from the authentic traditions of classic bluegrass, with a flawless band that can execute break-neck instrumentals to heart wrenching ballads.

Rhonda Vincent and The Rage are the most decorated band in bluegrass, with over 100 awards to their credit. Among their honors are a Grammy for Best Bluegrass Album; Song of the Year, Entertainer of the Year, and an unrivaled seven consecutive (plus an 8th) Female Vocalist of the Year awards from the International Bluegrass Music Association.

Inducted as a Member of the Grand Ole Opry on February 6, 2021 after being invited on February 28, 2020. Rhonda waited 343 days to be inducted – the longest time in the history of the Grand Ole Opry between an artist being invited and being inducted. Rhonda and her brother Darrin (of Dailey & Vincent), are the first brother & sister to hold separate Opry memberships. Marking two historic moments for the Grand Ole Opry surrounding Rhonda’s membership.

Received 8 career Grammy nominations. Winning the 7th nomination – the 2017 Grammy Award for “Best Bluegrass Album”. The 8th Nomination in 2021 for Best Bluegrass Album – the project “Music Is What I See”.


Rhonda Vincent  – Music Is What I See
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Rhonda Vincent has moved back and forth between the kindred fields of bluegrass and country music. Rhonda remains a cult icon with a vocal style to die for. With her acclaimed band, Rhonda Vincent & the Rage, she is one of the top touring and recording bluegrass acts in America. What makes Rhonda stand out is she has her own style of bluegrass with a hint of classic country, topped off by a healthy dose of reckless abandon … that said, this latest album is indelibly invested in the basics of bluegrass, with a distinctive contemporary edge.

I Ain’t Been Nowhere


This video – I Ain’t Been Nowhere – It’s very cleverly done and the late Geoff Mack, the Australian who wrote and first recorded the original, might well be smiling down with approval.

A record which is wholly new and yet immediately classic, MUSIC IS WHAT I SEE is an album sure to thrill existing Rhonda Vincent fans and bring new devotees to the fold. In a word, awesome!

With a vintage country-bluegrass voice that beautifully captures both the toughest and most tender aspects of love gone wrong, singer Rhonda Vincent’s single and video, “Like I Could,” painfully charts the disintegration of a seemingly once-perfect relationship. Co-written by Grand Ole Opry legend Jeannie Seely with Bobby Tomberlin (Diamond Rio’s “One More Day”) and Erin Enderlin (Alan Jackson’s “Monday Morning Church”), “Like I Could” is accompanied by a music video starring Vincent, her award-winning band the Rage, and a character played by the musician’s real-life husband and manager Herb Sandker.

Like I Could

“I feel that many people will relate to this song and its tremendous heartbreak and sadness. My hope is that there are people who hear this song, namely those in the midst of the devastation of a breakup, who will reconnect and renew their love with each other. It has a very desperate message, asking, ‘What happened, I thought you could see us together forever?’ Maybe this is the perfect song and question they need to hear to bring them back together.” – Rhonda Vincent

Missouri Moon

Missouri Moon from the 2017 Grammy winning project ALL THE RAGE – VOLUME ONE by The Queen of Bluegrass – Rhonda Vincent & The Rage – Truly one of THE Most Exciting Shows in the history of Bluegrass Music! Experience this “must see” “most awarded” band front and center, from the best seat in the house.

Rhonda Vincent & The Rage….a show you don’t wanna miss. Feel the excitement and enjoy the amazing talents captured on this project, and at each and every show.


“All The Rage – Volume One” is a showcase that encapsulates the excitement of their live performance! Filmed LIVE at Bethel University in McKenzie, Tennessee. A 14 song project, that leaves no doubt how Rhonda Vincent & The Rage have become the Most Award Winning Group in Bluegrass Music History, with over 100 Awards!”

Kentucky Borderline



Award-winning. Brilliant musician. Vocal powerhouse. Pioneer. Classy. Bluegrass Royalty. Those words could describe none other than the amazing Rhonda Vincent. Born with music in her blood, Vincent’s childhood spent performing with the family’s band, The Sally Mountain Show, laid the groundwork for her incredible career that has spanned over four decades, and the bluegrass icon she has become.

“Performing is my favorite part of the music business. When you come to a Rhonda Vincent & The Rage show, it’s much more than just a concert. We meet and greet after the show with every person and we love to connect on my Facebook page. We have people that travel many miles and come to multiple shows. They become our friends. We get to know them and their families. It’s the people that make the places special!” – Rhonda Vincent

The Old Rugged Cross

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From humble beginnings in the tiny town of Greentop, Missouri, Rhonda’s musical heritage traces back 5 generations of the Vincent family.

Rhonda Vincent is a firecracker of talent that powers one of the hottest bands in any genre of music today.

Rhonda Vincent and the Rage – Live and Onstage
@ World Records Saturday June 17, 2023

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