Kim Robins couldn’t be more proud than to have joined forces with Pinecastle, or excited about her first release with her new album.
“I am grateful to Pinecastle Records for giving me the opportunity to finally live out my dream. It is such an honor to be on an outstanding label with such amazing artists. I am so humbled by everyone who has helped me achieve this goal. I hope you all enjoy this project as much as I have enjoyed making it. When I first heard “Eye For An Eye”, I knew it was a song I wanted to record. I loved the melody and it gave me the ability to show off my vocal range. I tend to gravitate toward songs with a darker subject and this song was right up my alley.”
The album follows Kim’s popular 2013 release, 40 YEARS LATE, which ultimately earned her an IBMA nomination for Momentum Vocalist of the Year in 2015, as well as garnering a high volume of airplay on bluegrass radio. Though Robins took a brief reprieve for personal reasons, her fan base continued to grow as a result of her first album’s success along with her many appearances on high profile stages across the country while promoting it.
With RAINING IN BALTIMORE (Produced and Engineered by Ron Stewart and Rickey Wasson), Kim continues down her path of songwriting discovery as she delivers even more great original and personal, storytelling songs. Also included are songs brought to her by some of bluegrass music’s most prolific songwriters, plus a few familiar tunes the audience may recognize. A very well thought out project with diverse song choices and something to offer everyone, this record will be one to watch in 2017.
Appearing with Kim on the new single, “Eye For An Eye”, written by Kim Fox, are Ron Stewart, Adam Steffey, Harold Nixon, Shannon Slaughter and Alicia Wasson.
Kim and her band, 40 Years late, will be making appearances during the SPBGMA festivities this coming weekend where you can see her energetic show and get the chance to meet her in person and hear the new single live.