DOLLY IS GOOD MEDICINE FOR RHONDA VINCENT

Rhonda and Dolly

Bluegrass star and reigning IBMA Female Vocalist of the Year Rhonda Vincent recently was forced to cancel some of her remaining tour dates for 2005, including the "Rhonda's Ragin' Christmas Tour," under doctor's orders. But Rhonda, who's currently at home in Missouri recuperating from abdominal surgery, received an unexpected dose of "good medicine" when her friend Dolly Parton rang the doorbell.

"Words cannot describe this generous gesture of pure love and friendship," said a deeply-moved Rhonda when she saw Dolly on the doorstep. While Rhonda's at home, you can still hear her incredible voice and expert mandolin playing on Faith Hill's new album, Fireflies, George Jones' and Martina McBride's upcoming CDs, and Dolly Parton's new album, Those Were The Days. Get well soon, Rhonda!

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