The Music Universe debuts new song
Award-winning country and bluegrass group, The Kody Norris Show has released their highly-anticipated new album, Rhinestone Revival. This undeniable record delivers everything their devoted fans adore, and then some. Building upon their signature style, Rhinestone Revival showcases a dynamic collection of 12 exhilarating bluegrass tracks that will leave listeners craving more. Elevating the honky-tonk spirit to new heights, the inclusion of percussion adds an irresistible rhythm that guarantees a toe-tapping experience from start to finish, cementing the album’s place as a must-have for bluegrass enthusiasts.
Four of the album’s tracks are penned by frontman Kody Norris — “Baltimore I’m Leaving,” “Please Tell Me Why,” “Gotta Get My Baby Back,” and their latest single, “Fiddler’s Rock.” Last October, the first single “Mountain Rosalie” was released along with an accompanying lyric video. New elements to Rhinestone Revival include a track sung by Norris’ fiddling “sweetie” Mary Rachel Nalley-Norris who steps out on “Endless Highway,” a tune Alison Krauss made popular in 1990. In addition, the band’s banjo ace Josiah Tyree takes the lead on their current single “I Call Her Sunshine.” Charlie Lowman rounds out the group keeping perfect time on bass.
The Music Universe is proud to debut “My Home is in Virginia.” With our roving reporter Matt Bailey living right over the river from the Old Dominion state, we thought this would be the perfect song to premiere on our site!
The fiddle-forward track is a down-home ode to the region. With picturesque imagery that transports the listener, it’s a showman’s longing to return to his roots. Kody’s whining twang is wistful and full of yearning.