All American Bluegrass Girl

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All American Bluegrass Girl
Studio album by Rhonda Vincent
Released May 23, 2006
Genre Country/Bluegrass
Label Rounder Records
Producer Rhonda Vincent
Brian Vincent
Rhonda Vincent chronology
Beautiful Star
(2006)
All American Bluegrass Girl
(2006)
Good Thing Going
(2008)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3.5/5 stars[1]

All American Bluegrass Girl is the 11th album released from bluegrass musician Rhonda Vincent. The album was released on May 23, 2006, via Rounder Records. The album features 12 songs. Three of which Vincent wrote or co-wrote. Also included on the album are two duets. Dolly Parton sings on "Heartbreaker's Alibi", which was released as a single, and a duet with Bobby Osborne on "Midnight Angel".

The single, "Heartbreaker's Albi" and the title track were both released as singles to radio. Although neither one charted, the album reached #1 on the Top Bluegrass Albums, #43 on the Top Country Albums, and #14 on the Top Heatseekers.[2]

Track listing[edit]

[3]

  1. "All American Bluegrass Girl" (Rhonda Vincent) - 3:10
  2. "Forever Ain't That Long Anymore" (Blake Williams, Wayne Southards) - 3:29
  3. "Heartbreaker's Alibi" (Honey Brassfield) - 3:00
  4. "God Bless the Soldier" (R. Vincent) - 2:40
  5. "Rhythm of the Wheels" (Al Wood) - 3:30
  6. "Midnight Angel" (Bobby Osborne, Pete Goble, Brian Vincent) - 3:11
  7. "Till They Come Home" (Byron Hill, Mike Dekle) - 4:09
  8. "Don't Act" (Connie Leigh) - 2:13
  9. "Jesus Built a Bridge to Heaven" (Mark Kevin Grantt, Glen Duncan) - 3:06
  10. "Prettiest Flower There" (Val Johnson) - 3:29
  11. "Ashes of Mt. Augustine" (R. Vincent) - 3:29
  12. "Precious Jewel" (Roy Acuff) - 4:03


Chart performance[edit]

Album[edit]

Chart (2006) Peak
position
U.S. Billboard Top Bluegrass Albums 1
U.S. Billboard Top Country Albums 43
U.S. Billboard Top Heatseekers 14

Singles[edit]

Year Single Peak positions
US Country
2006 "Heartbreaker's Alibi" (with Dolly Parton)
"All American Bluegrass Girl
"—" denotes releases that did not chart

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