She's worked with some of the finest, including Dolly Parton, and now Holly Norman is back with her second bluegrass album. TAKING CARE OF BLUEGRASS - A TRIBUTE TO ELVIS, is set for release on October 14, 2016. A preview single has already been released to radio. "Moody Blue," takes a tasteful bluegrass spin on the Elvis classic.
Holly Norman's sophomore album is a 'grassed up collection of 12 Elvis songs and 1 original written by Holly. It is a must-have for Elvis and Bluegrass fans alike. Holly is joined by some of Nashville's finest musicians for a memorable ride through Elvis' musical career.
The CD features special guests James Burton, Elvis's legendary guitarist, and Elvis backing quartet, Terry Blackwood & The Imperials. Top notch players on this tribute to The King include Rob Ickes, Stuart Duncan, Aubrey Haynie, Glen Duncan, Scott Vestal, Kevin Grantt, Alan Bartram, and Justin Moses.
Holly's prior bluegrass CD, Appalachian Angel, was released in 2014.
The new album is available to radio through the AirPlay Direct digital download service, and to media by request at email@example.com. Fans will find the project through the artist website and online stores.
Order Taking Care of Bluegrass - A Tribute to Elvis now and learn more about this vivacious artist at www.hollynorman.com
In The Ghetto
Always On My Mind
Love Me Tender/Are You Lonesome Tonight
Little Cabin Home On The Hill
Viva Las Vegas
I'll Remember You
Long Live The King
Sweet, Sweet Spirit
ABOUT HOLLY NORMAN
With a voice that is pure country, smooth, and harkens back to the days of traditional crooners like Tammy Wynette and Patsy Cline, Holly draws you in with emotive songwriting and appealing songs about real people, real subjects, and real emotions that create a common thread among people.
Holly grew up in Powell, Tennessee; a small town outside of Knoxville near areas rich with country roots and talent such as Archie Campbell, Don Gibson, Dolly Parton, and Roy Acuff. Holly's roots extend back to her grandfather Bill Norman, a fiddler and friend of Roy Acuff.
Holly has been a featured performer at Dollywood, Dolly Parton's theme park in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, where she had the opportunity to sing numerous times with Dolly. Holly was also one of the headlining female vocalists at several theaters including The Smokey Mountain Jubilee, Southern Nights, and The Smith Theatre.
With years of singing, performing, and writing under her belt, Holly made the move to Nashville. Her striking looks, infectious Southern twang, her traditional country roots, unique sound and songs all combine to charm and engage fans of all ages.