Adam Steffey’s New Solo Album HERE TO STAY is Now Released


9-23-2016 – Mountain Home Music Company

HERE TO STAY, the new solo album by multi-Grammy award-winning artist Adam Steffey, is now released.  Recorded with a team of ultimate hardcore Bluegrass musicians, Ron Stewart on fiddle, Jason Davis on banjo, Barry Bales on bass and Aaron Ramsey on guitar, these well-known works are still true to the original. They are, however, refreshed with new energy that is led by Steffey’s unmistakable mandolin tone and attack.

Steffey’s impressive career includes a record-setting eleven International Bluegrass Music Association Mandolin Performer of the Year Awards – a nomination he received again this year. As a founding member and performer with the 3-time IBMA Instrumental Group of the Year Award-Winning band, The Boxcars, HERE TO STAY proves Steffey is one of the most respected and accomplished artists in music today.

Music critics are loving HERE TO STAY saying…..

“To produce a CD of such high quality from start to finish with songs that are polar opposites in some ways speaks to Steffey’s artistic ability and effort toward perfection. Rather than opposites struggling and pulling the project apart, the whole thing hangs as one unit and the songs serve to show facets of the same gem. If I gave stars, this would receive the maximum- Excellent work.” – Flashpoint

“There’s no other way to describe the effect of Adam Steffey’s new album titled Here To Stay. He is a master of bluegrass who is clearly here to stay, and this is an album that lovers of the genre will hold in high regard.” – Parcbench

Here to Stay is a collection of new versions of some of his favorite songs over the past three decades. His very recognizable rich baritone flows over these songs with the effortless touch of a true master.” – Black Rose Acoustic Society

The opening track, “Mountain Man,” along with “Town That Never Sleeps” made their debut on the Bluegrass Today Top 20 Bluegrass Chart today. To listen and purchase the entire album, visit iTunes, Amazon and more fine retail sites.

  1. Mountain Man
  2. Dear John
  3. The Space I’m In
  4. Town That Isn’t There
  5. Pitching Wedge
  6. Town That Never Sleeps
  7. Twister (Devil’s Dance)
  8. Little Liza Jane
  9. No Place To Hide
  10. Hello Among the Yearlings
  11. Cloudy Days
  12. Come Thou Fount

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Mountain Fever Records Announces the Release of Voices from Volume Five

Mountain Fever Press Release:

Mountain Fever Records announces the release of Voices from Volume Five, available today.

_MG_2458Founded in early 2008 by vocalist and fiddle player Glen Harrell, Volume Five includes the talents of Harry Clark (Mandolin & Vocals), Chris Williamson (Bass & Vocals), Patton Wages (Banjo & Vocals,) and Colby Laney (Guitar & Vocals.) These five musicians together truly blend into a band with staying power. “When I put this group together, I knew the style of music I wanted us to play and the goals I wanted to achieve,” stated Harrell. “It was just a matter of finding the right guys who wanted to create their own identity in the industry. I didn’t just want us to be another band that moves onto the scene and is gone in a few years, but one that would have a unique sound that players and listeners would remember for many years to come – one that sounded like no other band in the business.”

album-cover-volume-five-voices400wVoices is the band’s fifth album and features 12 tracks of carefully selected songs, showcasing the many facets of musical tastes that come from within the decidedly bluegrass ensemble—traditional, classic, and on-the-edge—this CD covers it all. The album features the vocal and instrumental prowess of each V5 band member along with the added talents of Jeff Partin who plays Dobro and also contributed three original songs (“Satan’s Ridge,” “Faithfully,” and the first single, “Crazy Night”). V5 guitarist Colby Laney brought two original songs (“Going Across the Mountain” and “Sam’s Gap”) while the album is rounded out with cuts written by noted country artists Hal Ketchum, Jedd Hughes, and Dolly Parton, whose classic “Daddy Was An Old Time Preacher Man,” is sure to be a standout track with the addition of Rhonda Vincent sharing the vocal spotlight with V5 ring-leader, Glen Harrell. Produced by Aaron Ramsey and recorded at Mountain Fever Studios, Voices is already receiving rave reviews from radio programmers and media:

“There’s not a bad cut on the album but I’ve been featuring “Crazy Night,” written by Jeff Partin. I also like the rousing gold-mining saga “King of California” that kicks off the album and the remake of Dolly Parton’s “Daddy Was an Old-time Preacher Man” featuring Rhonda Vincent on guest vocals.” – Wayne Rice, KSON – FM

“The new Voices project is a must have bluegrass CD. Superb vocals and top notch instrumentation make this a pleasure to listen to. From songs of heartbreak to songs of faith – 12 tracks of bluegrass done just as it should be!” – Joe Stutzman, Heartland Bluegrass

“Voices is bluegrass at full strength…it fits my definition of a great bluegrass album: one that reminds me why I fell in love with the music all those years ago.” – Jerome Clark, Editor,

“Voices is the perfect title from the V5 gang because their voices have never sounded better! A mix of original songs with a few covers, you will just want to put on some headphones, lean back, shut your eyes, and just hear the “Voices” of Volume Five.” – Gene Skinner, Great Stuff Bluegrass

The track listing for Voices is as follows:
1. “King of California”
2. “Going Across the Mountain”
3. “Dream Softly”
4. “Crazy Night”
5. “Strangest Dreams”
6. “Daddy Was An Old Time Preacher Man” with Rhonda Vincent
7. “Satan’s Ridge”
8. “Colder and Colder”
9. “Sam’s Gap”
10. “Amanda”
11. “Soldier For the Lonely”
12. “Faithfully”

Voices is available today for digital download at iTunes, Amazon, and wherever great music is sold. Radio Programmers may download Voices via AirplayDirect. For more about Volume Five, visit For more about Mountain Fever Records, visit


Mountain Fever Records Signs Dave Adkins & Republik Steele


Mountain Fever Records is proud to announce they have signed Dave Adkins & Republik Steele to the label. The band made the official announcement last night during their appearance on the WSM Radio Station Inn Sessions in Nashville, Tenn. A new single will be released this fall with the highly anticipated new album releasing early next year. The project will be co-produced by Aaron Ramsey of the band Mountain Heart and Mark Hodges of Mountain Fever Records.

“We are very excited about adding Dave and Republik Steele to our family. This band can deliver a great show, they work hard at what they do and you couldn’t find a better group of guys to work with. I think even the sky can’t limit what Dave and his band can accomplish,” said Hodges.

The International Bluegrass Music Association (IBMA) recently announced Dave Adkins & Republik Steele were chosen as an Official IBMA Showcase Artist and will perform during the 2013 World of Bluegrass convention in Raleigh, NC next month. The band also appears on the second IBMA Awards ballot in the Emerging Artist of the Year category and Dave Adkins in the Male Vocalist of the Year category. The final ballot that determines the final award nominees will be announced next week during the organization‘s press conference in Nashville, Tenn.

Earlier this year, Dave Adkins & Republik Steele received a SPBGMA Nomination as Entertaining Group of the Year with Dave Adkins receiving a Nomination as Male Vocalist of the Year. Since that time, the band has been busy touring the country and gaining new fans as a result of their music and high energy performances.

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The Lumineers on cover of new music magazine – LargoUmbra

Largo Umbra, a website for a visual orchestration of sound and feeling mixed with the personalities of those who bring you some of the sweetest and most enjoyable sounds in music, is proud to announce the launch of today’s premiere online magazine.

Grammy nominated artist, The Lumineers grace the cover of the debut issue that includes a preview of The 2013 Grammy Awards, a new album from the hit TV show Justified, and more.  Some of the talented artists covered in the February issue include: Jewel, Donna Hughes, Lonesome River Band, Alabama Shakes, Allen Levi, The Roys, Lisa Matassa, Sleepy Man Banjo Boys, Rodney Dillard, and more.

Largo Umbra will continue to feature a wide range of musical styles – focusing both on established artists along with up and coming artists in the Americana, Blues, Bluegrass, Country, Folk, Rock, and Pop genres.

The easy to read format is perfect for any music fan wanting more visual and less text to help them discover new music.  Largo Umbra’s stylish flip magazine includes numerous videos along with amazing photography that is visually pleasing to the reader’s eye while they discover new music.  To get your copy, visit and click on Latest Issue/February 2013.

Donna Hughes Announcement

Bluegrass singer-songwriter and band leader, Donna Hughes announced details of her performance at the Little John’s Mountain Music Festival.  “I received a call this morning from our band members Brian and Maggie Stephens.  Their daughter Lilly Kate was rushed to the hospital this morning and we are awaiting word on how this precious child is doing.  Our thoughts and prayers are with all of them,” said Donna.

The Donna Hughes Band is set to perform at the Little John’s Mountain of Music Festival on Friday, September 3rd during the festival’s 3-day Labor Day weekend event.  Joining Donna this weekend will be award-winning bass player and Alison Krauss & Union Station band member Barry Bales.  Bales also provided his talents on Donna’s upcoming album, “Hellos, Goodbyes, and Butterflies,” produced by J.D. Crowe, and is due out October 12, 2010 on Rounder Records. Also joining Donna will be Mountain Heart band member and fiddler, Aaron Ramsey; Nick Keen from The Josh Williams Band on mandolin, and on banjo, Trevor Watson member of Lou Reid and Carolina.

The Little John’s Mountain Music Festival includes a star-studded line-up of talent including performances by: Ralph Stanley & The Clinch Mountain Boys, Tony Rice Unit, Blue Highway, Josh Williams Band, The Boxcars, The Churchman, The Bluegrass Brothers, Snyder Family, Joe Mullins & The Radio Ramblers, Al Batten & The Bluegrass Reunion, and many more.

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Management for Donna Hughes:
Hope River Entertainment, Penni McDaniel
678.377.3298 office | Email

Regal Entertainment
Rick Farmer, Email, 336-317-2355
Hope River Entertainment
Email | 678.377.3298

Record Label:
Rounder Records