Rhonda Vincent Receives First Ever Star Award From Bluegrass Heritage Foundation
October 27, 2010 at 12:33 PM (PT)
UPPER MANAGEMENT MUSIC artist RHONDA VINCENT was honored with the first-ever "BLUEGRASS HERITAGE FOUNDATION STAR AWARD,” when she performed on SATURDAY, OCTOBER 16th at the FARMERS BRANCH HISTORICAL PARK.
The BLUEGRASS HERITAGE FOUNDATION is a non-profit organization that works to preserve and promote the heritage of Bluegrass music through public performances of the music as well as through educational programs and workshops.
"The BLUEGRASS HERITAGE FOUNDATION Board of Directors thought it was appropriate to begin a tradition of honoring bluegrass artists who do an exemplary job of advancing the music while honoring and preserving its character and heritage," said ALAN W. TOMPKINS, President of the Foundation. "We believe that RHONDA VINCENT is the perfect recipient for this initial award because of her incredible talents and her long record of accomplishments in the music.”
For more information on RHONDA VINCENT visit www.rhondavincent.com.