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Rounder Records recording duo Darin and Brooke Aldridge has spent a decade amassing a fan base, reaping awards, becoming Grand Ole Opry favorites, and issuing a string of well-received albums. But the release of their latest album, Inner Journey, is a diploma of excellence for the team. The album garnered the duo their highest chart debut to date, entering the Billboard Bluegrass Album chart at #2.
Brooke recently took home the International Bluegrass Music Association (IBMA) award for Female Vocalist of the Year for the third consecutive year. In 2017, Darin received the IBMA award for Mentor of the Year.
Darin & Brooke's list of TV appearances include PBS, Great American Gospel, Bluegrass Road, RFD-TV, Blue Highways TV, Songs of the Mountain, Woodsongs, Larry’s Country Diner, and Music City Roots. Music videos “Wildflower” and “Tennessee Flat Top Box,” and most recently, “Every Time You Leave,” were heavily featured on outlets including CMT, CMT Edge, GAC, Bluegrass Ridge TV, and The Bluegrass Situation.
“Husband and wife duo Darin & Brooke Aldridge have carved out one of the
fastest rising careers on the acoustic music scene today.”
- Billboard Magazine
“There's a lot about the new generation of bluegrass that surely is inspiring, and Darin and Brooke are two of my favorite of this great new generation. It's even better to find out they are equally great as people.”
- Vince Gill, Country Music Hall of Fame member
“Brooke asserts herself as one of the more powerful female vocalists on the scene.”