Ronnie King to Kindred Records

Kindred Records has just signed Ronnie King to the label and will release his new CD, Free of Guilt, on May 1.

Ronnie performed with New River Line from 2001-2006, where he played mandolin, sang and contributed original material to the band’s first two albums. He left in ’07 to focus on songwriting, and that same year his song My Brother Paul was a runner-up in the Merlefest Chris Austin songwriting contest.

Free Of Guilt showcases King’s songwriting and singing in bluegrass, folk, Americana and folk/rock genres. He is assisted by CJ Cain on guitar, Matt De Spain on resonator, Will Parsons on banjo, James Overbee on harmonica, Daniel Carwile on fiddle, Scott Lambert on drums, and Owen Reynolds on bass.

A single from the CD, I’d Like To See You, which also features fellow-Kentuckian Dale Ann Bradley, will be released via AirPlayDirect by April 1.

I’d Like To See You:      []

More audio samples are available on the Kindred web site.

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