• Take a Test Drive with Lorraine Jordan

    Lorraine Jordan from Carolina Road and Richard Jordan from The Kentucky Headhunters share the road in the latest Test Drive video from Nashville media company The Hot Seat. The pair are filmed driving through Music City, and talking about their

  • Carolina Memories – Gentlemen of Bluegrass

    In bluegrass music, we have a King and a Queen, a Father and Daughters. What’s next? Gentlemen, perhaps. Recently making their debut on Pinecastle Records are the Gentlemen of Bluegrass, a North Carolina-based group with a strong, smooth traditional sound. Their

  • Track by Track with Lorraine Jordan

    The Track by Track concept has long been a popular one with music broadcasters. Simply stated, a radio host and an artists sit down in the studio to discuss each track of an artist's new release, as they play through

  • New That’s Kentucky video from Carolina Road

    Here's a new video from Lorraine Jordan & Carolina Road, shot recently in Nashville at The Hot Seat. It's the title track from their current self-titled album on Pinecastle. The video was directed by Grant Claire and edited by Lauren Baggett. Enjoy!  

  • Photos from Super Class

    The 24th edition of Bluegrass in Superclass kicked off January 10th at the Holiday Inn French Quarter in Perrysberg, Ohio. Local band Deepwater Bluegrass started the show. They were followed by Harbourtown, Lorraine Jordan and Carolina Road, Tony Holt and the Wildwood Valley

  • Bluegrass Circle Promotions links up

    Five promoters of prominent bluegrass festivals have banded together in a new venture to jointly market and publicize their events. Together they will function as Bluegrass Circle Promotions. Involved are Cory Hemilright (Outer Banks Bluegrass Festival), Lorraine Jordan (Bluegrass Christmas In the Smokies), John

  • Lorraine Jordan & Carolina Road

    Just a few days ago we were commenting on the robust health of traditional bluegrass even as alternative and grass-influenced styles of music see renewed energy in the market. More evidence comes in the form of a new self-titled CD