Forget the world outside and listen to two of the most dynamic voices in bluegrass music, Greg Blake (2023 IBMA Male Vocalist of the Year) and Crandall Creek’s lead vocalist, Carly Greer, blending harmoniously on the new single, “Lazy Sunday.”

“I ran into fellow West Virginian, Jerry Andrews, at International Bluegrass Music Association’s (IBMA) World of Bluegrass in Raleigh, North Carolina a few years back and we became fast friends,” said Greg Blake. “Over this time, I’ve watched and listened, and I’m really impressed with Jerry’s songwriting and the growth of Crandall Creek through its various iterations. When I heard their current lead vocalist, Carly Greer, I heard a quality in her tone and an ability to deliver a lyrical phrase that really resonated with me. So, I called up Jerry and asked if he wanted to do something together and he wrote a great song that gives Carly and I a chance to collaborate. I hope the fans enjoy it.”

The single, produced by Jamie Peck, also features the talents of Crandall Creek members Dustin Terpenning on banjo and Jerry Andrews on guitar. Guest musicians include Andy Leftwich on guitar, mandolin, and fiddle and Darrin Vincent on bass.

In addition to the digital release, Crandall Creek and Greg Blake invite you to watch the new “Lazy Sunday” music video featuring Greg Blake and Carly Greer. Bruce Winges filmed the video at Jerry Andrews’ cabin in Moundsville, West Virginia and edited by River Entertainment. 

“We had so much fun shooting the music video for ‘Lazy Sunday.’ Greg Blake has a wonderful sense of humor, and the video was a lot of fun to make. Watch for a blooper video coming soon,” said Jerry Andrews.

“Lazy Sunday” is now available for streaming and purchase at all major outlets. The heartwarming song is now available to radio programmers from Copper Mountain Records at AirPlay Direct and by request to Hope River Entertainment.

More on the artists:

Greg Blake is one of the busiest musicians in bluegrass today. He is a member of The Special Consensus, Greg Blake & Hometown, and has a successful solo career as a vocalist, guitarist (2024 SPBGMA Guitar of the Year nominee), host of numerous music workshops and camps, and a successful recording artist. Radio programmers are also spinning Greg’s new Turnberry Records single, “It Ain’t Their Heart That’s Breaking,” and he continues to receive airplay for songs on his hit album, People, Places, and Songs, also on the Turnberry Records label. For more information on Greg Blake, please visit

Crandall Creek is known for telling stories of life, love, and faith through their original music. Ain’t Love Somethin’, their brand-new album, continues those themes with an exceptional blend of tunes, each written by one or more Crandall Creek band members. Carly Greer, who co-wrote four songs on the album, provides her stunning vocals on eleven tracks, including the impressive new single “Pieces.” This 14-track album includes chart hits like “Just 18,” “Love the Thrill,” “Refrigerator Homemade Picture Show” featuring Shannon Slaughter, along with their bonus track, “Christmastime.” Crandall Creek members include Carly Greer on lead vocals, Jerry Andrews on guitar and vocals, Kathy Wigman Lesnock on vocals, Dustin Terpenning on banjo, Sav Nelson on acoustic bass, and Steve Acord on fiddle. For more information on Crandall Creek, please visit