Recorded at Skaggs Place Studio and produced by Mark Fain award-winning bass player and longtime band member of Kentucky Thunder and engineered by Terry Thompson, the album is supported by a collection of superstar pickers, including Mark Fain bass , Aubrey Haynie fiddle , Ron Block banjo , Seth Taylor rhythm guitar , Rob Ickes dobro and the legendary Sam Bush mandolin. Fortune is featured on "The Letters," one of four original tunes penned by Robinette on the track project. Cornelius and Larry Whitehead. Robinette's well-timed release is a celebratory, yet wistful reflection of the carefree, seemingly-endless summer play days of childhood and a fond farewell, for all of us, to another season. Tammy's debut Bluegrass album, "Let It Shine," also produced by Fain and released in , was warmly received by Bluegrass and Gospel critics alike, earning three entries for consideration in the initial nomination process by the IBMA. While Tammy Jones Robinette is fairly new to Bluegrass circles, she is not new to the world of music. Despite her Gospel success, Robinette has felt driven by her muse to cultivate her Bluegrass roots planted so many years ago in her Kentucky upbringing. Her hope is that it will lead her Gospel fans to find a mutual love for Bluegrass music.
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First and fore-most I am a Christian. The Lord is my Savior and I am so proud to be living my life for Him. Since my grandpa was a preacher we would be invited to a lot of area revivals, gospel singings and churches. My mother played the guitar and daddy played the mandolin, and the three of us sang together. As time went on my brothers and my sister started singing with me to form our family band, The Jones family.
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