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ARDEN, NC (January 16, 2014) – Bluegrass Legend Doyle Lawson was honored by his record label Mountain Home Music, as Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver were presented with a glistening engraved plaque last week commemorating their song “Dixie Road” topping the prestigious Bluegrass Unlimited Magazine Monthly Song chart at #1 for December 2013.
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“I appreciated the beautiful plaque, as well as all the honors which the song and album have earned this year.” In addition to reigning atop the Bluegrass Unlimited chart, “Dixie Road” and “Roads Well Traveled” also scored places on several end-of-the-year “Tops” lists encompassing the best 2013 heard in Bluegrass and Country music, including: Bluegrass Today Top 30 Songs – “Dixie Road” at #6 Engine 145’s Best of Bluegrass Top 25 Albums – “Roads Well Traveled” at #16 That Nashville Sound Top Albums – “Roads Well Traveled” at #12 That Nashville Sound Top Songs – “How Do You Say Goodbye to Sixty Years?
” at #20 and “When Love Is All You Want” at #86 “We’re always honored when our music is embraced,” said Lawson, “and we were happy to see Dixie Road climb to #1 on Bluegrass Unlimited’s chart and be honored by our label for that achievement.
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