Sylvia's 'It's All In The Family' Available Now!
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It's been 14 years since country songstress Sylvia released an album, but the wait is over with It's All In The FamilyAVAILABLE NOW. The 12-track record features a whole new take from the former ACM "Female Vocalist of the Year." Taking on new challenges, and telling compelling stories about life, Sylvia's songwriting reaches new highs with It's All In The Family.
Sylvia will appear on SiriusXM Rural Radio (channel 147) this weekend on "Outside the Barrel." Tune in as she catches up with host, Flint Rasmussen. In the wide-ranging interview, the pair talks about Sylvia's latest album, along with what she's been up to since taking a break from music to pursue a career as a life coach. The show is set to air today at 5:00pm ET, this Sunday at 1:00pm ET, and is also available on SiriusXM On Demand.
Fans of the heartfelt singer can catch her on an all-new episode of "Ray Stevens' Nashville," on RFD-TV. The 30-minute music, entertainment, TV show is centered on music and comedy, along with being hosted by Grammy winner Ray Stevens. Each episode is shot on-location in Nashville, Tennessee, featuring musical performances from some of music's top artists like Sylvia. Visit rfdtv.com to find RFD-TV in your area.
It's All In The Family is receiving rave reviews, with Robert K. Oermann of MusicRow stating that "not only is Sylvia singing better than ever, she has also blossomed into a formidable lyricist." With autobiographical songs like "Every Time a Train Goes By," the country chart-topper sings about childhood stories from her humble beginnings in rural Indiana. Roughstock gave fans a special insight into the song in their popular "Story Behind the Song" section. Digital Journal states that "Sylvia is not afraid to showcase her vulnerability" with another track, "Cumberland Rose." The singer/songwriter will also be featured in an upcoming Huffington Post article. Keep an eye out as more appearances are announced, including upcoming episodes of Heartland TV's "Country Classics."
It's All In The Family track-listing:
1. Every Time A Train Goes By
2. Somebody's Daughter
3. Leave The Past in the Past
4. A Right Turn
5. All In The Family
6. Grandpa Kirby Runnin' the Hounds
7. Immigrant Shoes
8. Cumberland Rose
9. Hope's Too hard
10. I Didn't Know What I Was Missing
11. Here Lately
12. Do Not Cry For Me
Sylvia On Tour:
Nov. 4 Saginaw, Mich. Temple Theater
Nov. 5 Allegan, Mich. Allegan High School
Nov. 16 Port Huron, Mich. McMorran Auditorium
Nov. 17 Monroe, Mich. River Raisin Center
Nov. 18 Paw Paw, Mich. Paw Paw High School
Dec. 03 Nashville, Tenn. Ernest Tubb's Record Shop (in-store CD signing)
Dec. 13 Nashville, Tenn. Bluebird Cafe
Dec. 17 Nashville, Tenn. Country Music Hall of Fame Ford Theater
Jan. 27 Feb. 03 Tampa, Fla. Country Music Cruise
With the release of Sylvia's second RCA album, Just Sylvia, the single "Nobody" sold two million copies and was #1 on all country music charts. It was awarded BMI "Song of the Year" for receiving the most radio airplay in 1983. "Nobody" also reached #13 as a crossover hit on Billboard's Top 100 chart and spent a total of 52 weeks on both charts. Recording for RCA until the end of 1987, Sylvia recorded six albums and garnered a total of 13 Top Ten and No. 1 songs, selling over 4 million records. In 1982, Sylvia was named "Female Vocalist of the Year" by the Academy of Country Music and was a Grammy nominee in the "Best Female Country Vocal Performance" category in 1983. Over an eight-year period, Sylvia crisscrossed America many times with her popular concert performances (over 200 per year), and she was a frequent guest on network television talk shows and specials from The Today Show and Good Morning, America to Dick Clark's American Bandstand, and the Country Music Awards. Today, Sylvia records for her own independent record label, Red Pony Records and has released three CDs, "The Real Story" (1996), "Where In The World" (2002), and "A Cradle In Bethlehem" (2002). Sylvia's first record in 14 years, "It's All In The Family" (2016), was released on October 7th.
To learn more, go to www.SylviaMusic.com.