Mountain Fever Records has announced the release of Jackson Hollow’s new single, I’m All The Way Gone.
The multi-award-winning band has achieved significant media attention over the last year, including the cover of Bluegrass Canada Magazine, and was recently named as of the Top Five Bands in British Columbia by Canadian Beats Media.
Fans can download and preview the new track here.
I’m All The Way Gone was written by Melba Montgomery and Keith Sewell with Tianna Lefebvre on lead vocals, Mike Sanyshyn on fiddle and vocals, Charlie Frie on bass and vocals, Eric Reed on guitar, Jeff Scroggins on banjo, and John Reischman on mandolin.
As our brand new single, I’m All The Way Gone is our most traditional release to date. This unique and refreshing twist on a love song testifies from the heart and on a musical level; it races the same way that your emotions can when you’re in this euphoric state – Mike Sanyshyn.
Jackson Hollow achieved impressive success with numerous singles, like their 2022 Josie Award Nomination for Single of the Year for the popular Shallow Rivers, which appeared on the Bluegrass Today Weekly and Monthly Top 20 charts. Other successful releases include their most recent, A Song for Christmas, and the Bluegrass Today Top 20 chart hits, Travelin Heart and Look Who’s Talking Now.
Based in Vancouver, British Columbia, Jackson Hollow has garnered numerous awards from the BC Country Music Association and Canadian Country Music Association, along with band members winning several instrumental championships.
For more information on the band, check out Jackson Hollow website.