• The Original Gene Watson Fan Site

  • Gene Watson: 'Real Country Music' (Fourteen Carat Music, 2016)

  • Gene Watson: 'Back in the Fire & At Last' (Morello Records, 2016) / this album was officially released on Friday 11 November 2016

  • Gene Watson's Calendar

  • The Original Gene Watson Fan Site

  • Gene Watson Guitars by Summey

  • The Original Gene Watson Fan Site

  • The Original Gene Watson Fan Site

  • Gene Watson at The Opry in Nashville

  • The Original Gene Watson Fan Site

Management


Lytle Management Group
P.O. Box 128228
Nashville, TN 37212
Contact Sarah Brosmer
Telephone 615-770-2688

Bookings



Battle Artist Agency
8887 Horton Highway,
College Grove, TN
Contact Rob Battle
office: 615-368-7433
mobile: 615-957-3444

Webster PR



Webster Public Relations
, PO Box 23015, Nashville, TN 37202

Contact Scott Adkins
Telephone 615-777-6995



Gene Watson's Peers within the country music industry believe in the sheer talent of this unassuming man from east Texas, so much so that Gene is regarded by many of them as 'the singer's singer' - and rightly so!

All of Gene Watson's Peers, who were contacted by The Gene Watson Fan Site, during 2007, were most gracious with their time and words.

It is here, within this special part of The Gene Watson Fan Site, that you have an opportunity to read a quote from Rhonda Vincent, which she submitted to this site on Tuesday 20 February 2007.

Sean Brady would like to take this opportunity to say 'thank you' to Rhonda Vincent who has made a special contribution to a unique part of this online 'celebration of a Lone Star Hero'.



Rhonda Vincent
This quote was submitted on Tuesday 20 February 2007.

'Gene Watson is one of my favourite country music singers.

I love the uniqueness of his voice and the way he delivers a song.


When you hear Gene Watson, you hear country music at its best!'

Thank you, Rhonda Vincent, for your support of Gene Watson.

About Rhonda Vincent...

Gene Watson & Rhonda Vincent / Photo Credit: Micah Henry, The Taylorsville Times

Gene Watson & Rhonda Vincent / Photo Credit: Micah Henry, The Taylorsville Times

Rhonda Vincent was born on Friday 13 July 1962 in Kirksville, Missouri and found herself fortunate enough to be born into a musical family.

Rhonda Vincent's Grandpa Bill and her parents, John and Carolyn, along with an aunt and uncle and some cousins, performed as The Sally Mountain Show.

In 1965, Rhonda Vincent joined the group, when she was three years old.

In 1967, Rhonda Vincent made her recording debut; the song 'How Far is Heaven' was included on 'Boyd Halford & The Sally Mountain Singers', an album of which only a hundred copies were pressed.

In 1971, Rhonda Vincent recorded her first single, 'Muleskinner Blues', which was coupled with 'Satisfied Mind'; the recording made such an impact that it was awarded The Society for the Preservation of Bluegrass Music Award for 'Single of the Year' in 1974.

Between 1974 and 1985, Rhonda Vincent recorded eight albums with The Sally Mountain Show on their own Stardust Records label.

It was around 1980 when Rhonda Vincent met Herb Sandker, a singer with a dance band, who persuaded her to join the outfit, playing fiddle.  Herb and Rhonda were married on (Christmas Eve) Saturday 24 December 1983.

Following an appearance on The Nashville Network (TNN) series 'You Can Be a Star' in 1985, which was hosted by Jim Ed Brown (Sunday 1 April 1934 - Thursday 11 June 2015), Rhonda Vincent was hired to play in Jim Ed Brown's touring band, with whom she remained a member between April 1985 and October 1985; Jim Ed Brown (Sunday 1 April 1934 - Thursday 11 June 2015).

Rhonda Vincent then decided to leave Nashville and returned to Missouri, where she re-joined The Sally Mountain Show.



In 1989, Rhonda Vincent signed a recording contract with Rebel Records and saw the release, in October 1990, of 'A Dream Come True' (Rebel Records, 1990), which included the following tracks:

'Kentucky Sweetheart' (written by Carl Jackson and Tony King)
'We Were Almost Like a Dream Come True' (written by Donnie Clark, Vickie Clark and Larry Cordle)
'Lone Star State of Mind' (written by Pat Alger, Fred Koller and Gene Levine)
'Mama's Angels', which was written by Charlie Louvin (Thursday 7 July 1927 - Wednesday 26 January 2011)
'Wishing Well Blues'
'Just For Old Times Sake'
'Break My Heart' (written by Irl Hees)
'A Far Cry From You' (written by Jimbeau Hinson and Steve Earle)
'Love without a Trace' (written by Carl Jackson and Jennifer McCarter)
'Goin' Gone' (written by Pat Alger, Bill Dale and Fred Koller)
'Till I'm Fool Enough' (written by Allen Reynolds)
'Sundown' (written by Rhonda Vincent)

Carl Jackson, Kathy Chiavola, Wayland Patton and Tensel Davidson provided harmony vocals on Rhonda Vincent's 'A Dream Come True' (Rebel Records, 1990).



In October 1991, Rhonda Vincent & The Sally Mountain Show saw the release of 'Bound for Gloryland' (Rebel Records, 1991), which included the following tracks:

'Bound for Gloryland'
'Here Today, We're Gone Tonorrow'
'Because of Him'
'Heart That will Never Break Again'
'Deepening Snow', which was written by Harlan Howard (Thursday 8 September 1927 - Sunday 3 March 2002)
'Wounded Soldier'
'Let in The Guiding Light', which was written by Don Wesley Reno (Monday 21 February 1927 - Tuesday 16 October 1984) and Charles Schroeder
'Until Then', which was written by Stuart Hamblen (Tuesday 20 October 1908 - Wednesday 8 March 1989)
'He's Everything to Me' (written by Joe Isaacs and Larry Sparks)
'Precious Jewel', which was written by Roy Acuff (Tuesday 15 September 1903 - Monday 23 November 1992)
'Lord is Smiling on Me' (written by Thelma Wilson)
'First Step to Heaven' (written by Emory Gordy Junior and Jim Rushing)



In 1991, Rhonda Vincent saw the release of 'New Dreams & Sunshine' (Rebel Records, 1989), which included the following tracks:

'Good Morning Country Rain' (written by Eddy Raven)
Recording Personnel
Rhonda Vincent (mandolin, fiddle, vocal)
Bela Fleck (banjo)
Darrin Vincent (bass)
Russ Barenberg (guitar)
Kenny Malone (drums)

'We Belong Together' (written by Ken Wesley)
Recording Personnel
Rhonda Vincent (vocal, harmony vocal)
David Parmley (vocal and guitar)
Glenn Worf (bass)
Neil Worf (drums)
Jim Vest 
(steel guitar)
Mike Hartgrove (fiddle)
Buck White (piano)

'My Blue Tears' (written by Dolly Parton)
Recording Personnel
Rhonda Vincent (mandolin and vocal)
Tensel Davidson and Kathy Chiavola (harmony vocals)
Bela Fleck (banjo)
Darrin Vincent (bass)
Russ Barenberg (guitar)
Jerry Douglas (Dobro)
Bobby Hicks (fiddle)

'Thinkin' About You' (written by Rhonda Vincent)
Recording Personnel
Rhonda Vincent (vocal, harmony vocal)
Glenn Worf (bass)
Neil Worf (drums)
Barry Walsh (piano)
David Parmley (guitar)
Jim Vest (steel guitar)
Darrin Vincent (harmony vocals)

'I Feel Closer to Heaven Everyday' (written by Thelma Wilson)
Recording Personnel
Rhonda Vincent (vocal, harmony vocal)
Johnny Vincent (harmony vocals)
Bela Fleck (3-finger style guitar)
Russ Barenberg (guitar)
Darrin Vincent (bass)
Kenny Malone (drums)
Jerry Douglas (Dobro)

'Another Tear' (written by Irl Hees)
Recording Personnel
Rhonda Vincent (mandolin, vocal and harmony vocal)
Tensel Davidson (harmony vocals)
Bela Fleck (banjo)
Darrin Vincent (bass)
Russ Barenberg (guitar)
Kenny Malone (drums)
Bobby Hicks (fiddle)

'New Dreams & Sunshine' (written by Curly Putman)
Recording Personnel
Rhonda Vincent (fiddle, vocal and harmony vocal)
Charlie Louvin (Thursday 7 July 1927 - Wednesday 26 January 2011) (vocal and harmony vocals)
Darrin Vincent (bass)
Kenny Malone (drums)
Doc Peters (guitars)
Terry Crisp (steel guitar)

'I'll be with You' (written by Rhonda Vincent)
Recording Personnel
Rhonda Vincent (vocal)
Kathy Chiavola and Wayland Patton (harmony vocals)
Jerry Douglas (Dobro)
Terry Crisp (steel guitar)
Glenn Worf (bass)
Neil Worf (drums)
David Parmley (guitar)

'Have I Loved You Too Late' (written by Randall Hylton)
Recording Personnel
Rhonda Vincent (vocal and harmony vocals)
Darrin Vincent (bass and harmony vocals)
Kenny Malone (drums)
Doc Peters (guitars)
Terry Crisp (steel guitar)
Bobby Hicks (fiddle)

'Rise & Shine', which was written by Carl Perkins (Saturday 9 April 1932 - Monday 19 January 1998)
Recording Personnel
Rhonda Vincent (mandolin, vocal and harmony vocals)
Carolyn Vincent and Johnny Vincent (harmony vocals)
Darrin Vincent (bass)
Bela Fleck (banjo)
Russ Barenberg (guitar)
Kenny Malone (drums)
Bobby Hicks (fiddle)



In December 1991, Rhonda Vincent saw the release of 'Timeless & True Love' (Rebel Records, 1991), which included the following tracks:

'Birmingham Turnaround' (written by Sanger D. 'Whitey' Shafer and Warren D. Robb)
'Midnight Angel' (written by Bobby Osborne and Pete Goble)
'Lucinda' (written by Woody Bomar)
'I'm Not That Lonely Yet' (written by Wilburn S. Rice and M. Sharon Rice)
'I Do My Cryin' at Night', which was written by Sanger D. 'Whitey' Shafer, Lefty Frizzell (Saturday 31 March 1928 - Saturday 19 July 1975) and Arthur Leo 'Doodle' Owens (Friday 28 November 1930 - Monday 4 October 1999)
'Homecoming' (written by Carl Jackson)
'Moving On' (written by Nancy Montgomery and Irene Kelley)
'Timeless & True Love' (written by Charlie Black, Austin Roberts and Buzz Cason)
'Bobby & Sarah' (written by Irl Hees)
'Let's Put Love Back to Work' (written by Larry Cordle and Mark Collie)
'Artificial Tears' (written by Bob Morrison and Ron Hellard)
'Cherry Jubilee' (written by Rhonda Vincent)

Personnel involved in the recording of Rhonda Vincent's 'Timeless & True Love' (Rebel Records, 1991) included the following:

Rhonda Vincent (lead vocals, harmony vocals, mandolin, fiddle)
Darrin Vincent (guitar, bass, harmony vocals)
Bela Fleck and Alison Brown (banjo)
Randy Kohrs (Dobro)
Scott Sanders (steel guitar)
Kenny Malone (drums)
Sonny Louvin (electric guitar)
Hargus 'Pig' Robbins (piano)
Russell Moore, Alison Krauss, Carl Jackson, David Parmley and Johnny Vincent (harmony vocals)

In the mid-1990s, Rhonda Vincent signed a recording contract with Giant Records in Nashville, where she hoped to achieve crossover success in the country music market.



On Tuesday 26 October 1993, Rhonda Vincent saw the release of 'Written in the Stars' (Giant Records, 1993), which included two tracks, which were released as singles on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks Chart:

'I'm Not Over You' (written by Carl Jackson and Melba Montgomery)
/ this track, which was released as a single in 1993, did not chart
'What Else Could I Do' (written by Robert Ellis Orrall and Curtis Wright) / this track, which was released as a single in 1994, did not chart

Rhonda Vincent's 'Written in the Stars' (Giant Records, 1993) also included the following tracks:

'Written in the Stars' (written by Cathy Majeski and Robert Ellis Orrall)
'Ain't That Love' (written by Kostas Lazarides)
'In Your Loneliness', which was written by Harley Allen (Monday 23 January 1956 - Wednesday 30 March 2011)
'Mama Knows The Highway' (written by Charles John Quarto and Pete Wasner)
'When Love Arrives', which was written by Harley Allen (Monday 23 January 1956 - Wednesday 30 March 2011)
'Passin' of the Train' (written by Gene Nelson and Jim Rushing)
'I Do My Cryin' at Night', which was written by Sanger D. 'Whitey' Shafer, Lefty Frizzell (Saturday 31 March 1928 - Saturday 19 July 1975) and Arthur Leo 'Doodle' Owens (Friday 28 November 1930 - Monday 4 October 1999)
'If You were Me' (written by Graham Lyle, Chris Rea and Troy Seals)

Rhonda Vincent's 'Written in the Stars' (Giant Records, 1993) was a critically acclaimed success, but failed commercially.



On Tuesday 6 February 1996, Rhonda Vincent saw the release of 'Trouble Free' (Giant Records, 1996), which included one track, which was released as a single on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks Chart:

'What More Do You Want From Me' (written by Bob Regan)
 / this track was released as a single in 1996, but it did not chart

Rhonda Vincent's 'Trouble Free' (Giant Records, 1996) also included the following tracks:

'Somebody' (written by Al Anderson and Robert Ellis Orrall) / this track featured guest vocals from Alison Krauss
'You Beat All I've Ever Seen' (written by Kostas Lazarides, Kathy Louvin and Melba Montgomery)
'Trouble Free' (written by Carl Jackson and Jerry Salley)
'It Ain't Nothin' New' (written by Larry Cordle, Betty Key and Larry Shell) / this track was a duet with Randy Travis
'Old Memory (found its way back home again)' (written by Jerry Salley and Melba Montgomery)
'If I Could Stop Loving You' (written by Robert Ellis Orrall, Billy Spence and Curtis Wright)
'At The Corner of Walk & Don't Walk' (written by Kenny Beard)
'The Blues Ain't Workin' on Me' (written by Tom Shapiro and George Teren) / this track featured guest vocals from Dolly Parton
'When I'm Through Fallin' Apart' (written by Gene Dobbins and Bob Morrison)

Various Artists: 'Songs of Dwight Yoakam: Will Sing for Food' (Mercury Records / Little Dog Records, 1998)

On Tuesday 2 June 1998, Little Dog Records released the various artists compilation, 'Songs of Dwight Yoakam: Will Sing for Food' (Mercury Records / Little Dog Records, 1998), proceeds from which benefitted homeless charities, including L.A. Mission.

'Songs of Dwight Yoakam: Will Sing for Food' (Mercury Records / Little Dog Records, 1998) was produced by Pete Anderson, and included one track, which was released as a single on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks Chart:

'I Sang Dixie' (written by Dwight Yoakam)
/ performed by Rhonda Vincent / this track, which was released as a single in 1998, did not chart

'Songs of Dwight Yoakam: Will Sing for Food' (Mercury Records / Little Dog Records, 1998) also included the following tracks:

'Doin' What I Did' (written by Dwight Yoakam)
/ performed by The Backsliders
'This Time' (written by Kostas and Dwight Yoakam) / performed by David Ball
'The Distance Between You & Me' (written by Dwight Yoakam) / performed by Sara Evans
'The Heart That You Own' (written by Dwight Yoakam) / performed by Jim Matt
'A Thousand Miles from Nowhere' (written by Dwight Yoakam) / performed by Tim O'Brien
'Near You' (written by Dwight Yoakam) / performed by Mandy Barnett and Kim Richey
'Johnson's Love' (written by Dwight Yoakam) / performed by Scott Joss
'What I Don't Know' (written by Dwight Yoakam) / performed by Bonnie Bramlett Sheridan
'Takes a Lot to Rock You' (written by Dwight Yoakam) / performed by Lonesome Strangers
'If There was a Way' (written by Dwight Yoakam) / performed by The Blazers
'Please, Please Baby' (written by Dwight Yoakam) / performed by Reckless Kelly
'One Thousand Miles' (written by Dwight Yoakam) / performed by Pete Droge
'Miner's Prayer' (written by Dwight Yoakam) / performed by David Rawlings and Gillian Welch



On Tuesday 25 August 1998, Dolly Parton saw the release of 'Hungry Again' (Blue Eye Records / Decca Records, 1998), which included the following tracks on which Rhonda Vincent provided harmony vocals:

'Hungry Again' (written by Dolly Parton)
'The Salt in My Tears' (written by Dolly Parton)
'Honky Tonk Songs' (written by Dolly Parton)
'Blue Valley Songbird' (written by Dolly Parton)
'I Wanna Go Back There' (written by Dolly Parton)
'When Jesus Comes Calling for Me' (written by Dolly Parton)
'Time & Tears' (written by Dolly Parton)
'I'll Never Say Goodbye' (written by Dolly Parton)
'The Camel's Heart' (written by Dolly Parton)
'I Still Lost You' (written by Dolly Parton)
'Paradise Road' (written by Dolly Parton)
'Shine On' (written by Dolly Parton)

Dolly Parton's 'Hungry Again' (Blue Eye Records / Decca Records, 1998) reached No.23 on the Billboard Top Country Albums Chart in 1998, No.167 on the Billboard Top 200 Albums Chart in 1998, and No.3 on the United Kingdom Top Country Albums Chart in 1998.

 

Following the release of the critically acclaimed, but commercially unsuccessful albums, 'Written in the Stars' (Giant Records, 1993) and 'Trouble Free' (Giant Records, 1996), Rhonda Vincent chose Rounder Records as her new recording home and, between 2000 and 2006, saw the release of a series of critically acclaimed traditional bluegrass albums.



On Monday 4 October 1999, Dolly Parton saw the release of 'The Grass is Blue' (Blue Eye Records / Sugar Hill Records, 1999), which was produced by Steve Buckingham, and included the following tracks on which Rhonda Vincent provided harmony vocals:

'Travelin' Prayer' (written by Billy Joel)
'Cash on the Barrelhead', which was written by Charlie Louvin (Thursday 7 July 1927 - Wednesday 26 January 2011) and Ira Louvin (Monday 21 April 1924 - Sunday 20 June 1965)
'A Few Old Memories', which was written by Hazel Dickens (Saturday 1 June 1935 - Friday 22 April 2011)
'I'm Gonna Sleep with One Eye Open', which was written by Lester Flatt (Friday 19 June 1914 - Friday 11 May 1979)
'Steady as the Rain' (written by Dolly Parton)
'I Still Miss Someone', which was written by Johnny Cash (Friday 26 February 1932 - Friday 12 September 2003) and Roy Cash Junior
'Endless Stream of Tears' (written by Dolly Parton)
'Silver Dagger' (traditional)
'Train, Train', which was written by Shorty Medlocke (1910 - 1982)
'I Wonder Where You Are Tonight', which was written by Johnny Bond (Tuesday 1 June 1915 - Monday 12 June 1978)
'Will He be Waiting for Me' (written by Dolly Parton)
'The Grass is Blue' (written by Dolly Parton)
'I am Ready' (written by Rachel Parton Dennison)

Dolly Parton's 'The Grass is Blue' (Blue Eye Records / Sugar Hill Records, 1999) reached No.24 on the Billboard Top Country Albums Chart in 1999, No.198 on the Billboard Top 200 Albums Chart in 1999, and No.8 on the United Kingdom Top Country Albums Chart in 1999.



On Tuesday 11 January 2000, Rhonda Vincent saw the release of 'Back Home Again' (Rounder Records, 2000), which included the following tracks:

'Lonesome Wind Blues' (written by Wayne Raney)
'Pretending I Don't Care' (written by Jimmy Martin and P. Williams)
'When I Close My Eyes' (written by Mark Springer)
'You're in My Heart', which was written by Ron Block and George Jones (Saturday 12 September 1931 - Friday 26 April 2013)
'Little Angels' (written by Ronnie Light and Rhonda Vincent)
'Passing of the Train' (written by Gene Nelson)
'Out of Hand', which was written by Ira Louvin (Monday 21 April 1924 - Sunday 20 June 1965)
'Jolene' (written by Dolly Parton)
'You Don't Know How Lucky You Are' (written by Carl Jackson and David Wills)
'Keep Your Feet on The Ground' (written by Irl Hees)
'You're Running Wild' (written by Ray Edenton, Don Winters and Donnie Winters)
'Where No Cabins Fall'

The International Bluegrass Music Association (IBMA) awarded Rhonda Vincent with its 'Female Vocalist Award' in 2000, 2001, 2002 and 2003.

In 2001, Rhonda Vincent was also awarded The International Bluegrass Music Association's 'Entertainer of the Year' Award.



On Tuesday 16 January 2001, Dolly Parton saw the release of 'Little Sparrow' (Sugar Hill Records, 2001), which was produced by Steve Buckingham, and included the following tracks on which Rhonda Vincent provided harmony vocals:

'Little Sparrow' (written by Dolly Parton)
'Shine' (written by Ed Roland) / this track featured guest vocals from Nickel Creek
'I Don't Believe You've Met My Baby', which was written by Robert Autry Inman (Sunday 6 January 1929 - Tuesday 6 September 1988)
'My Blue Tears' (written by Dolly Parton)
'Seven Bridges Road' (written by Steve Young)
'Bluer Pastures' (written by Dolly Parton)
'A Tender Lie' (written by Randy Sharp)
'I Get a Kick out of You', which was written by Cole Porter (9 June 1891 - Thursday 15 October 1964)
'Mountain Angel' (written by Dolly Parton)
'Marry Me' (written by Dolly Parton)
'Down from Dover' (written by Dolly Parton)
'The Beautiful Lie' (written by David 'Butch' McDade)
'In the Sweet By & By' (written by Sanford Bennett and Joseph Webster)
'Little Sparrow' (reprise) (written by Dolly Parton)

Dolly Parton's 'Little Sparrow' (Sugar Hill Records, 2001) reached No.12 on the Billboard Top Country Albums Chart in 2001, No.97 on the Billboard Top 200 Albums Chart in 2001, No.3 on the Billboard Independent Albums Chart in 2001, and No.30 on the United Kingdom Albums Chart in 2001.



On Tuesday 5 June 2001, Rhonda Vincent saw the release of 'The Storm Still Rages' (Rounder Records, 2001), which included three tracks, which were released as singles on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks Chart:

'My Sweet Love Ain't Around', which was written by Hank Williams (Monday 17 September 1923 - Thursday 1 January 1953)
/ this track was released as a single in 2001, but it did not chart
'Don't Lie' / this track was released as a single in 2001, but it did not chart
'I'm Not Over You' (written by Carl Jackson and Melba Montgomery) / this track, which is a re-recording, was released as a single in 2002, but it did not chart

Rhonda Vincent's 'The Storm Still Rages' (Rounder Records, 2001) also included the following tracks:

'Cry of the Whippoorwill' (written by Terry Herd and Rhonda Vincent)
'Is The Grass Any Bluer' (written by B.B. Moore and Troy Seals)
'Drivin' Nails in My Coffin' (written by Gerald F. 'Jerry' Irby)
'Bluegrass Express' (written by Bobby Osborne)
'Just Someone I Used to Know', which was written by Cowboy Jack Clement (Sunday 5 April 1931 - Thursday 8 August 2013)
'On Solid Ground' (written by Terry Herd and Rhonda Vincent)
'Each Season Changes You' (written by Albert Goree and Ruth Talley)
'You Don't Love God if You Don't Love Your Neighbour', which was written by Carl Story (Monday 29 May 1916 - Friday 31 March 1995)
'When The Angels Sing' (written by Terry Herd, Darrin Vincent and Rhonda Vincent)
'Martha White Theme'

Rhonda Vincent's 'The Storm Still Rages' (Rounder Records, 2001) reached No.9 on the Billboard Top Bluegrass Albums Chart in 2001, and No.59 on the Billboard Top Country Albums Chart in 2001.



On Tuesday 24 September 2002, Rhonda Vincent saw the release of 'My Blue Tears' (Rebel Records, 2002), which was a compilation album, which included the following tracks:

'Good Morning Country Rain' (written by Eddy Raven)
'Lone Star State of Mind' (written by Pat Alger, Fred Koller and Gene Levine)
'Goin' Gone' (written by Pat Alger, Bill Dale and Fred Koller)
'Birmingham Turnaround' (written by Sanger D. 'Whitey' Shafer and Warren D. Robb)
'Deepening Snow', which was written by Harlan Howard (Thursday 8 September 1927 - Sunday 3 March 2002)
'My Blue Tears' (written by Dolly Parton)
'We were almost like a Dream Come True' (written by Donnie Clark, Vickie Clark and Larry Cordle)
'Wishing Well Blues'
'I'm Not That Lonely Yet' (written by Wilburn S. Rice and M. Sharon Rice)
'Love without a Trace' (written by Carl Jackson and Jennifer McCarter)
'Mama's Angels', which was written by Charlie Louvin (Thursday 7 July 1927 - Wednesday 26 January 2011)
'Bobby & Sarah' (written by Irl Hees)
'Rise & Shine', which was written by Carl Perkins (Saturday 9 April 1932 - Monday 19 January 1998)



On Tuesday 29 April 2003, Rhonda Vincent saw the release of 'One Step Ahead' (Rounder Records, 2003), which included two tracks, which were hit singles on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks Chart:

'You Can't Take it with You When You Go' (written by Curtis Wright)
(No.58, 2003)
'If Heartaches had Wings' (No.48, 2004)

Rhonda Vincent's 'One Step Ahead' (Rounder Records, 2003) also included the following tracks:

'Kentucky Borderline' (written by Terry Herd and Rhonda Vincent)
'One Step Ahead of the Blues' (written by Terry Herd and Rhonda Vincent) / this track featured guest vocals from Alison Krauss
'Caught in the Crossfire' (written by Terry Herd and Rhonda Vincent)
'Ridin' The Red Line' (written by Audie Blaylock, Terry Herd and Rhonda Vincent)
'Pathway of Teardrops', which was written by Webb Pierce (Monday 8 August 1921 - Sunday 24 February 1991) and Wayne P. Walker
'An Old Memory (found its way back home again)' (written by Melba Montgomery and Jerry Salley)
'Missouri Moon' (written by Jennifer Strickland)
'Walking My Lord Up Calvary's Hill' (written by R. Moody and Rudy Moody)
'Fishers of Men' (written by Becky Buller)
'Frankie Belle'
'The Martha White Song' (written by Terry Herd and Rhonda Vincent)

Rhonda Vincent's 'One Step Ahead' (Rounder Records, 2003) reached No.2 on the Billboard Top Bluegrass Albums Chart in 2003, and No.30 on the Billboard Top Country Albums Chart in 2003.



On Tuesday 8 March 2005, Rhonda Vincent & The Rage saw the release of 'Ragin' Live' (Rounder Records, 2005), which was recorded 'live' at Sheldon Concert Hall in St. Louis, Missouri and included the following tracks:

'Introduction' by Bluegrass DJ Hank Janney
'Kentucky Borderline' (written by Terry Herd and Rhonda Vincent)
'Drivin' Nails in My Coffin' (written by Gerald F. 'Jerry' Irby)
'Missouri Moon' (written by Jennifer Strickland)
'Me Too' (written by Hunter Berry)
'One Step Ahead of The Blues' (written by Terry Herd and Rhonda Vincent)
'Jolene' (written by Dolly Parton)
'Heartbreakin' Old Achin' Blues' (written by Rhonda Vincent)
'Road Rage' (written by Kenny Ingram)
'Cheatin' Kind of Life' (written by Rhonda Vincent)
'You Can't Take it with You When You Go' (written by Curtis Wright)
'So Happy I'll Be', which was written by Lester Flatt (Friday 19 June 1914 - Friday 11 May 1979) and Earl Scruggs (Sunday 6 January 1924 - Wednesday 28 March 2012)
'Son Drop In' (written by Hunter Berry)
'Martha White Theme'
'Frankie Belle'
'I've Forgotten You' (written by Brett James, Hillary Lindsey, Angelo Petraglia and Troy Verges) (No.59, 2005)
'Ghost of a Chance' (written by Carl Jackson)
'The Last Best Place' (written by Steve Leslie)
'Bluegrass Express' (written by Bobby Osborne)
'Mule Skinner Blues' (written by George Vaughn)
'Homecoming' (written by Carl Jackson)

Rhonda Vincent's 'Ragin' Live' (Rounder Records, 2005) reached No.2 on the Billboard Top Bluegrass Albums Chart in 2005, and No.55 on the Billboard Top Country Albums Chart in 2005.



On Tuesday 23 May 2006, Rhonda Vincent saw the release of 'All American Bluegrass Girl' (Rounder Records, 2006), which included two tracks, which were released as singles on the Billboard Hot Country Songs Chart:


'Heartbreaker's Alibi' (written by Honey Brassfield) / this track, which was a duet with Dolly Parton, was released as a single in 2006, but it did not chart
'Midnight Angel' (written by Bobby Osborne, Pete Goble and Brian Vincent) / this track, which was a duet with Bobby Osborne, was released as a single in 2006, but it did not chart

Rhonda Vincent's 'All American Bluegrass Girl' (Rounder Records, 2006) also included the following tracks:

'All American Bluegrass Girl' (written by Rhonda Vincent)
'Forever Ain't That Long Anymore' (written by Blake Williams and Wayne Southards)
'God Bless the Soldier' (written by Rhonda Vincent)
'Rhythm of the Wheels' (written by Al Wood)
'Till They Come Home' (written by Byron Hill and Mike Dekle)
'Don't Act' (written by Connie Leigh)
'Jesus Built a Bridge to Heaven' (written by Mark Kevin Grantt and Glen Duncan)
'Prettiest Flower There' (written by Val Johnson)
'Ashes of Mt. Augustine' (written by Rhonda Vincent)
'Precious Jewel', which was written by Roy Acuff (Tuesday 15 September 1903 - Monday 23 November 1992)

Rhonda Vincent's 'All American Bluegrass Girl' (Rounder Records, 2006) reached No.1 on the Billboard Top Bluegrass Albums Chart in 2006, No.43 on the Billboard Top Country Albums Chart in 2006, and No.14 on the Billboard Top Heat-Seekers Chart in 2006.



It was also in 2006 when Rhonda Vincent saw the release of 'Beautiful Star: A Christmas Collection' (Rounder Records, 2006), which included the following tracks:

'Christmas Time at Home' (written by Rhonda Vincent)
'The Christmas Song', which was written by Mel Tormé (Sunday 13 September 1925 - Saturday 5 June 1999) and Robert Wells (Sunday 15 October 1922 - Monday 28 September 1998)
'Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree', which was written by Johnny Marks (Wednesday 10 November 1909 - Tuesday 3 September 1985)
'Beautiful Star of Bethlehem'
'Christmas Time's a Comin', which was written by Benjamin Franklin 'Tex' Logan Junior (Monday 6 June 1927 - Friday 24 April 2015)
'Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!', which was written by Sammy Cahn (Wednesday 18 June 1913 - Friday 15 January 1993) and Jule Styne (Sunday 31 December 1905 - Tuesday 20 September 1994)
'Silent Night', which was written by Joseph Mohr (11 December 1792 - 4 December 1848) and Franz Xaver Gruber (25 November 1787 - 7 June 1863)
'Oh Christmas Tree' (traditional)
'Winter Wonderland', which was written by Felix Bernard (28 April 1897 - Friday 20 October 1944)
'Jingle Bells'
'Away in a Manger'
'Twelve Days of Christmas' (traditional)



On Tuesday 27 February 2007, Daryle Singletary saw the release of 'Straight from The Heart' (Shanachie Records, 2007), which included the following tracks:

'The Bottle Let Me Down' (written by Merle Haggard)
'Black Sheep', which was written by Robert Altman (Friday 20 February 1925 - Monday 20 November 2006) and Daniel Darst / this track featured guest vocals from John Anderson
'Some Broken Hearts Never Mend' (written by Wayland Holyfield)
'Promises' (written by Randy Travis and John Lindley)
'I've Got a Tiger by the Tail', which was written by Harlan Howard (Thursday 8 September 1927 - Sunday 3 March 2002) and Buck Owens (Monday 12 August 1929 - Saturday 25 March 2006) / this track featured guest vocals from Ricky Skaggs
'Jesus & Bartenders' (written by Larry Cordle and Leslie Satcher)
'These Days I Barely Get By', which was written by George Jones (Saturday 12 September 1931 - Friday 26 April 2013) and Tammy Wynette (Tuesday 5 May 1942 - Monday 6 April 1998)
'Miami, My Amy', which was written by Hank Cochran (Friday 2 August 1935 - Thursday 15 July 2010), Dean Dillon and Royce Porter
'I Still Sing This Way' (written by Chris DuBois, David Lee and Daryle Singletary)
'Lovin' on Back Streets' (written by Hugh King)
'Fifteen Years Ago' (written by Raymond Smith)
'We're Gonna Hold On', which was written by George Jones (Saturday 12 September 1931 - Friday 26 April 2013) and Earl Montgomery / this track featured guest vocals from Rhonda Vincent

Daryle Singletary's 'Straight from The Heart' (Shanachie Records, 2007) reached No.74 on the Billboard Top Country Albums Chart in 2007.



On Tuesday 13 March 2007, Randy Kohrs saw the release of 'Old Photographs' (Rural Rhythm Records, 2007); one of the included tracks was 'Don't Let Your Wounded Heart Come Between Us' (written by Randy Kohrs), which was a duet with Rhonda Vincent.

Gene Watson: 'In a Perfect World' (Shanachie Records, 2007)

On Tuesday 25 September 2007, Gene Watson saw the official release of 'In a Perfect World' (Shanachie Records, 2007); one of the included tracks was 'Together Again', a duet with Rhonda Vincent, which was written by Buck Owens (Monday 12 August 1929 - Saturday 25 March 2006).



On Tuesday January 2008, Rhonda Vincent saw the release of 'Good Thing Going' (Rounder Records, 2008), which included two tracks, which were released as singles on the Billboard Hot Country Songs Chart:

'I'm Leavin' (written by Rhonda Vincent) / this track did not chart
'I Gotta Start Somewhere' (written by Jerry Salley and Lisa Shaffer) / this track was released as a single in 2008, but it did not chart

Rhonda Vincent's 'Good Thing Going' (Rounder Records, 2008) also included the following tracks:

'World's Biggest Fool' (written by Darrell Hayes and Byron Hill)
'I Give All My Love to You' (written by Rhonda Vincent) / this track featured guest vocals from Russell Moore
'Good Thing Going' (written by Rhonda Vincent)
'Scorn of a Lover' (written by Rhonda Vincent)
'Hit Parade of Love' (written by Jimmy Martin)
'I Will See You Again'
'Just One of a Kind' (written by Dottie Rambo)
'Who's Cryin' Baby'

'The Water is Wide' (traditional) / this track features harmony vocals from Keith Urban
'Bluegrass Saturday Night' (written by Rhonda Vincent)

Rhonda Vincent's 'Good Thing Going' (Rounder Records, 2008) reached No.1 on the Billboard Top Bluegrass Albums Chart in 2008, No.35 on the Billboard Top Country Albums Chart in 2008, and No.5 on the Billboard Top Heat-Seekers Chart in 2008.



Gene Watson & Rhonda Vincent backstage at The Grand Ole Opry in Nashville on Friday 12 September 2008



On Tuesday 16 June 2009, Rhonda Vincent saw the release of 'Destination Life' (Rounder Records, 2009), which included one track, which was released as a single on the Billboard Hot Country Songs Chart:

'Stop The World (& let me off)', which was written by Carl Robert Belew (21 April 1931 - 31 October 1990) and W.S. Stevenson / this track was released as a single in 2009, but it did not chart

Rhonda Vincent's 'Destination Life' (Rounder Records, 2009) also included the following tracks:

'Last Time Loving You' (written by Rhonda Vincent and Alice Zincone)
'I Can Make Him Whisper I Love You' (written by Pete Goble)
'Destination Life' (written by Donna Dean)
'Heart Wrenching Lovesick Memories' (written by Tonya Lowman)
'Crazy What a Lonely Heart Will Do' (written by Paulette Carlson and Jimbeau Hinson)
'Anywhere is Home When You're with Me' (written by George Doering and Jo Ellen Doering)
'Crazy Love' (written by Rusty Young)
'What a Woman Wants to Hear' (written by Rhonda Vincent)
'I Heard My Saviour Calling Me' (written by Dorothy Johnson and Rhonda Vincent)
'Eighth of January', which was written by Robert Russell 'Chubby' Wise (Saturday 2 October 1915 - Saturday 6 January 1996)
'When I Travel My Last Mile (He will hold my hand)' (written by Henry J. Donohue)

Rhonda Vincent's 'Destination Life' (Rounder Records, 2009) reached No.2 on the Billboard Top Bluegrass Albums Chart in 2009, No.52 on the Billboard Top Country Albums Chart in 2009, and No.21 on the Billboard Top Heat-Seekers Chart in 2009.



On Wednesday 26 August 2009, Gene Watson saw the official release of 'A Taste of the Truth' (Shanachie Records, 2009), which included 'Staying Together' (written by Jerry Salley and Monty Holmes), was a duet with Rhonda Vincent.




On Tuesday 21 September 2010, Rhonda Vincent saw the release of 'Taken' (Upper Management Music, 2010), which included the following tracks:

'Court of Love' (written by Mike O'Reilly)
'Taken' (written by Mike Geiger and Anna Owens)
'In the Garden by the Fountain' (written by Roger Brown)
'Song of a Whippoorwill' (written by Tracy Starling and Rhonda Vincent)
'Back on My Mind' (written by Conrad Pierce and Charles Quillen)
'When The Bloom is off The Rose' (written by Roger Brown)
'Ragin' Live for You Tonight' (written by Mickey Harris, Ben Helson and Aaron McDaris)
'Sweet Summertime' (written by Donna Webster)
'Tonight My Baby's Coming Home', which was written by Billy Sherrill (Thursday 5 November 1936 - Tuesday 4 August 2015) and Glenn Sutton (Tuesday 28 September 1937 - Tuesday 17 April 2007)
'Little at a Time' (written by Amy Dalley, Tony Martin and Tom Shapiro)
'God is Watching' (written by Mickey Harris and Louise Tomberlain)
'You Must Have a Dream' (written by James Hipskind)

Rhonda Vincent's 'Taken' (Upper Management Music, 2010) reached No.1 on the Billboard Top Bluegrass Albums Chart in 2010, No.21 on the Billboard Top Country Albums Chart in 2010, and No.3 on the Billboard Top Heatseekers Chart in 2010.




Herb Sandker, President of Upper Management Music, welcomed Gene Watson to Upper Management Music, on Monday 28 February 2011



The signing ceremony took place during the first recording session for Gene Watson & Rhonda Vincent's 'Your Money & My Good Looks' (Upper Management Music, 2011) at Ronnie's Place on Music Row in Nashville.



On Tuesday 7 June 2011, Gene Watson & Rhonda Vincent saw the release of 'Your Money & My Good Looks' (Upper Management Music, 2011), to wide critical acclaim; the album included the following tracks:

'Your Money & My Good Looks' (written by Terry Herd and Rhonda Vincent)
Musician Credits
Piano: Dirk Johnson
Electric Bass Guitar: Michael Rhodes
Drums: John Gardner
Steel Guitar: Mike Johnson
Electric Guitar: James Mitchell
Acoustic Guitar: Biff Watson
Fiddles: Stuart Duncan
Harmony Vocals: Rhonda Vincent

'Gone For Good' (written by Jimmy Melton)
Musician Credits
Piano: Dirk Johnson
Electric Bass Guitar: Michael Rhodes
Drums: John Gardner
Steel Guitar: Mike Johnson
Electric Guitar: James Mitchell
Acoustic Guitar: Biff Watson
Fiddles: Stuart Duncan
Harmony Vocals: Rhonda Vincent

'It Ain't Nothing New' (written by Betty Key, Larry Cordle and Larry Shell)
Musician Credits
Piano: Dirk Johnson
Electric Bass Guitar: Michael Rhodes
Drums: John Gardner
Steel Guitar: Mike Johnson
Electric Guitar: James Mitchell
Acoustic Guitar: Biff Watson
Fiddles: Stuart Duncan
Harmony Vocals: Rhonda Vincent

'You Could Know as Much about a Stranger' (written by Nadine Bryant)
Musician Credits
Piano: Dirk Johnson
Electric Bass Guitar: Michael Rhodes
Drums: John Gardner
Steel Guitar: Mike Johnson
Electric Guitar: James Mitchell
Acoustic Guitar: Biff Watson
Fiddles: Stuart Duncan
Harmony Vocals: Rhonda Vincent

'Till The End' (written by Cathy Gosdin)
Musician Credits
Piano: Dirk Johnson
Electric Bass Guitar: Michael Rhodes
Drums: John Gardner
Steel Guitar: Mike Johnson
Electric Guitar: James Mitchell
Acoustic Guitar: Biff Watson
Fiddles: Stuart Duncan
Harmony Vocals: Rhonda Vincent

'Alone Together Tonight' (written by Billy Yates, Ashley Monroe and Terry Clayton)
Musician Credits
Piano: Dirk Johnson
Electric Bass Guitar: Michael Rhodes
Drums: John Gardner
Steel Guitar: Mike Johnson
Electric Guitar: James Mitchell
Acoustic Guitar: Biff Watson
Fiddles: Stuart Duncan
Harmony Vocals: Rhonda Vincent

'Out of Hand', which was written by Jeff Barry and Thomas Jans (Monday 9 February 1948 - Sunday 25 March 1984)
Musician Credits
Piano: Dirk Johnson
Electric Bass Guitar: Michael Rhodes
Drums: John Gardner
Steel Guitar: Mike Johnson
Electric Guitar: James Mitchell
Acoustic Guitar: Biff Watson
Fiddles: Stuart Duncan
Harmony Vocals: Rhonda Vincent

'This Wanting You' (written by Bruce C. Bouton, T. Graham Brown and Bruce Burch
Musician Credits
Piano: Dirk Johnson
Electric Bass Guitar: Michael Rhodes
Drums: John Gardner
Steel Guitar: Mike Johnson
Electric Guitar: James Mitchell
Acoustic Guitar: Biff Watson
Fiddles: Stuart Duncan
Harmony Vocals: Rhonda Vincent

'Making Everything Perfect Tonight' (written by Rhonda Vincent)
Musician Credits
Piano: Dirk Johnson
Electric Bass Guitar: Michael Rhodes
Drums: John Gardner
Steel Guitar: Mike Johnson
Electric Guitar: James Mitchell
Acoustic Guitar: Biff Watson
Fiddles: Stuart Duncan
Harmony Vocals: Rhonda Vincent

'Sweet Thang', which was written by Nat Stuckey (Sunday 17 December 1933 - Wednesday 24 August 1988)
Musician Credits
Piano: Dirk Johnson
Electric Bass Guitar: Michael Rhodes
Drums: John Gardner
Steel Guitar: Mike Johnson
Electric Guitar: James Mitchell
Acoustic Guitar: Biff Watson
Fiddles: Stuart Duncan
Harmony Vocals: Rhonda Vincent

Ann M. Stuckey submitted a 'Peer's Quote' about Gene Watson on Saturday 25 January 2014

'My Sweet Love Ain't Around', which was written by Hank Williams (Monday 17 September 1923 - Thursday 1 January 1953)
Musician Credits
Piano: Dirk Johnson
Electric Bass Guitar: Michael Rhodes
Drums: John Gardner
Steel Guitar: Mike Johnson
Electric Guitar: James Mitchell
Acoustic Guitar: Biff Watson
Fiddles: Stuart Duncan
Harmony Vocals: Rhonda Vincent

Gene Watson & Rhonda Vincent's 'Your Money & My Good Looks' (Upper Management Music, 2011) reached No.56 on the Billboard Top Country Albums Chart in 2011.



Rhonda Vincent recorded 'My Sweet Love Ain't Around', which was written by Hank Williams (Monday 17 September 1923 - Thursday 1 January 1953), and included the track on 'The Storm Still Rages' (Rounder Records, 2001).

'Ashes of Mt Augustine' (a bonus instrumental track) (written by Rhonda Vincent)
Musician Credits
ACM Musicians of the Year
Piano: Michael Rojas
Fiddle: Stuart Duncan
Steel Guitar: Mike Johnson
Electric Bass Guitar: Michael Rhodes
Electric Guitar: James Mitchell



Rhonda Vincent recorded 'Ashes of Mt Augustine' (written by Rhonda Vincent) and included the track on 'All American Bluegrass Girl' (Rounder Records, 2006).



On Tuesday 10 July 2012, Rhonda Vincent saw the release of 'Sunday Mornin' Singin' (Upper Management Music, 2012), which included the following tracks:

'I Feel Closer to Heaven Everyday' (written by Thelma Wilson)
'Blue Sky Cathedral' (written by Chuck Jones and Michael Lunn)
'His Promised Land' (written by Lisa Shaffer and Rhonda Vincent)
'Where We'll Never Say Farewell' (written by Eva Sparks and Larry Sparks)
'Silent Partner' (written by Jeff Barbra and Darrell Webb)
'Just as I Am'
'God Put a Rainbow in the Clouds'
'Prettiest Flower There' (written by Gene Johnson and Val Johnson)
'The Last Best Place' (written by Chris Baker, Shari Baker and Steve Leslie)
'Walking My Lord Up Calvary's Hill' (written by Ruby Moody)
'Fishers of Men' (written by Becky Buller)
'Homecoming' (written by Carl Jackson)
'Where No Cabins Fall' (written by Nolin Jeffress)
'Help Me to be More Like Him' (written by Linda Grimes and Rex Wiseman)
'Joshua' (written by G.A.A. Thacker)
'The Old Rugged Cross' (live)

Rhonda Vincent's 'Sunday Mornin' Singin' (Upper Management Music, 2012) reached No.1 on the Billboard Top Bluegrass Albums Chart in 2012, No.37 on the Billboard Top Country Albums Chart in 2012, and No.10 on the Billboard Top Heatseekers Chart in 2012.



On Tuesday 28 January 2014, Rhonda Vincent saw the release of 'Only Me' (Upper Management Music, 2014), a 2-CD set, which included the following tracks:

Disc 1
'Busy City' (written by Jesse Daniel)
'I'd Rather Hear I Don't Love You (Than Nothing At All)', which was written by Larry Cordle and Lionel Alton Delmore (Tuesday 19 March 1940 - Monday 20 May 2002)
'Only Me' (written by Roger Brown and Billy Yates) / this track featured guest vocals from Willie Nelson
'I Need Somebody Bad Tonight', which was written by Ben Peters (Tuesday 20 June 1933 - Wednesday 25 May 2005)
'We Must Have Been out of our Minds' (written by Melba Montgomery) / this track featured guest vocals from Daryle Singletary
'It's Never Too Late' (written by Haley Stiltner)

Disc 2
'Teardrops over You' (written by Rhonda Vincent)
'Once a Day' (written by Bill Anderson)
'Beneath Still Waters' (written by Dallas Frazier)
'Bright Lights & Country Music', which was written by Bill Anderson and Jimmy Gateley (Friday 1 May 1931 - Sunday 17 March 1985)
'When The Grass Grows Over Me', which was written by Don Chapel (1931 - Sunday 6 December 2015)
'Drivin' Nails in My Coffin' (written by Jerry Irby)

Rhonda Vincent's 'Only Me' (Upper Management Music, 2014) reached No.1 on the Billboard Top Bluegrass Albums Chart in 2014, No.36 on the Billboard Top Country Albums Chart in 2014, and No.10 on the Billboard Top Heat-Seekers Chart in 2014.



On Friday 30 October 2015, Rhonda Vincent saw the release of 'Christmas Time' (Upper Management Music, 2015), which included the following tracks:

'Dreaming of Christmas' (written by Rhonda Vincent)
'Angels We Have Heard on High'
'Twelve Days of Christmas' / this track featured guest vocals from Dolly Parton, Willie Nelson, Charlie Daniels, The Oak Ridge Boys, Ronnie Milsap, Gene Watson, Bill Anderson, Larry Gatlin, Jeannie Seely, Lorrie Morgan, Pam Tillis, and EmiSunshine
'Christmas Time' (written by Rhonda Vincent)
'Christmas Time at Home' (written by Rhonda Vincent)
'Milk & Cookies' (written by Rhonda Vincent)
'God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen'
'Jingle Bells'
'Away in a Manger'
'Silent Night'
'O Little Town of Bethlehem'
Christmas Medley: ('What Child is This', 'We Three Kings', 'It Came Upon The Midnight Clear', 'O Come All Ye Faithful', 'The First Noel', 'O Holy Night' and 'Hark The Herald Angels Sing') / this medley features the voice of Rhonda Vincent and Academy of Country Music (ACM) award-winning pianist Michael Rojas

Personnel involved in the recording of Rhonda Vincent's 'Christmas Time' (Upper Management Music, 2015) included the following:

Stuart Duncan (fiddle)
Mike Johnson (steel guitar)
Michael Rojas (piano, keyboards)
Sierra Hull (mandolin)
Flatt Lonesome (vocals)

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