Fiddler’s Rock live video from Kody Norris Show

The Kody Norris Show has released a live, acoustic video performance of their current single, Fiddler’s Rock.

Recorded at Radio Bristol in Bristol, Virginia at the Birthplace of Country Music Museum, the video features the band au naturel, just as it went down.

The song is one Norris wrote, which he says tells something of an oddball story.

“We’ve long aspired to capture Fiddler’s Rock on record, and we’re thrilled that it’s found its place on our new Rhinestone Revival album. This narrative tune unfolds the tragic tale of Martin Stone, an unconventional mountain fiddler who, for his amusement, serenaded a den of rattlesnakes. This fiddler’s extraordinary story is rooted in Johnson County, Tennessee! We are thankful to have recorded the video at WBCM Radio Bristol and excited for their support.”

Also featured are his bandmates, Mary Rachel Nalley Norris on fiddle, Josiah Tyree on banjo, and Charlie Lowman on bass.

Check it out!

Fiddler’s Rock, and the full Rhinestone Revival album, are available from popular download and streaming services online. Vinyl copies can be purchased directly from the band.

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