Tell Someone

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Bluegrass fans are probably already familiar with Virginia’s Kenny & Amanda Smith Band, named International Bluegrass Music Association’s Emerging Artist of the Year in 2003. The Smiths’ first gospel effort just might spread the good word about the talented act a little farther. Tell Someone emphasizes the joy of religion—it’s about the promise of heaven more than the threat of hell. Amanda’s spirited singing is the focal point, but the instrumental acrobatics of all the players frequently steal the show.

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