Irvine, Ky – Kindred Records has scheduled an after-hours showcase for its artists, New River Line and The Tommy Webb Band, for Wednesday October 3rd in the World Of Bluegrass Convention Center.
Tommy Webb’s current single “If It Weren’t for Bluegrass Music I’d Go Crazy” from his CD Eastern Kentucky debuted at #27 this month on Bluegrass Unlimited Top 30 Singles chart, and is maintaining popularity on Bluegrass Music Profile’s Top 20 chart at #11 for two months consecutively.
America’s Bluegrass Chart has both roster artists in their top ten with New River Line’s single “Scorcher Carroll’s Farm” active at #4 and Tommy’s single at #6.
New River Line has enjoyed much success recently with new member Alex Hibbitts in the lineup and tour dates this year from Prince Edward Island, Canada to St. Louis, Missouri.
Kindred manager Scott Roberts says “Kindred is very proud to make its first appearance at IBMA, and we look forward to meeting new people in the business and helping our artists to expand opportunities for booking and networking. We hope to have a big crowd and lots of interest, and look forward to a good showcase.”