Carolina Rose releases new album, documentary
Col. Carolina Rose, formerly of Norwood, has started off 2021 with an abundance of news.
The singer-songwriter, who has was presented the Kentucky Colonel Award and is a member of the Gospel/Bluegrass Hall of Fame in Georgia, recently received the news that she will be inducted into the George D. Hay Society Hall of Fame on Aug. 21 at the Star Theater in Willow Springs, Missouri.
She also has a documentary out about her life. “The Life Story Of Carolina Rose” was filmed in Norwood and Nashville by Kenny Lee. She has a new album, “Heartbreak,” which consists of 14 songs, including four duets with Kenny Lee and 10 duets with Chris Spierer.
The documentary and CDs are now available through email@example.com or from Tom Tarleton, 1646 E. Main St., Albemarle NC 28001 or West Camper Sales, 12387 U.S. Highway 52 South, Norwood, NC 28128. DVDs are $25 and CDs are $20. A combo is available for $40 and includes a color autographed photo.
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