Diamond Rio has recorded nine studio albums, four Greatest Hits compilations, and an album of Christmas music. When I Said I Do; 4. As a result, Stegall had Roe sing a "scratch" vocal track live with the other musicians, which would then be replaced by Davenport's voice in post-production. In 1994, the band released its third album, Love a Little Stronger. "[58] As a result, "Stuff" was withdrawn after peaking at number 36 on the country charts,[29] and the album was delayed until February 2001. 05:02. IV, Diamond Rio's fourth album, was released in 1996. Chris Neal of Country Weekly thought that the album showed a greater musical variety than its predecessors, specifically noting the "spoken-word verses" of "Here I Go Fallin'", the "Hearts Against the Wind" cover, and the Wright duet as standout tracks. [38][80] The song peaked at No. J." Beard quit shortly afterward and ultimately became a session musician, and former Mel McDaniel sideman Jimmy Olander took his place. [19][38] A bluegrass influence has also been shown, primarily in the three-part harmonies among Roe (lead), Williams (baritone), and Johnson (tenor). Davenport, Gregg, and Ty Herndon alternated as lead vocalists, with Davenport also playing bass guitar and Gregg on rhythm guitar; completing the lineup were Larry Beard (lead guitar, fiddle, banjo), Mel Deal (steel guitar), Al DeLeonibus (piano), and Ed Mummert (drums). It was released in April 2002 as the first single from Diamond Rio's album Completely. The tracks "God Only Cries", "Redneck Love Gone Bad", "Over You" and "In God We Still Trust" were newly recorded for the album. "Redneck Love Gone Bad" (Bobby G. Taylor, "In God We Still Trust" (Rob LeClair, Bill Nash, Kim Nash) – 3:36, This page was last edited on 17 November 2020, at 00:56. Diamond Rio has been one of few self-contained country bands to have followed the practice of each member playing their own instruments and singing their own vocals on all their albums themselves, without any additional input from outside musicians. [12] Johnson debuted at a concert in Clewiston, Florida, in May 1987. Keeper Of The Stars; 13. [25], After Olander, Williams, and Johnson had recovered, the six musicians set to work on their debut album. Melodic country band with heavy pedigree were radio regulars in the 1990s & 2000s. [40] Diamond Rio had originally wanted to record the song for Love a Little Stronger, but DuBois rejected the idea because he felt that they were not yet well-established enough to record a cover song on one of their own albums. "How Your Love Makes Me Feel" became the band's second No 1 on Hot Country Songs, as well as their longest-lasting at three weeks,[29] making it the biggest chart hit for any country group that year. They finally chose Dana Williams, a nephew of the bluegrass group Osborne Brothers and former sideman for Jimmy C. Newman, who had been a fan of the Tennessee River Boys since Herndon was a member. Regarding the song's popularity among fans who have used the song to cope with personal losses, Prout said, "Actually, 'One More Day' was recorded as a love song. Walkin' Away (song) Lyrics. 2 on the country charts and became the band's first entry on the Billboard Hot 100, where it reached No. [40], Close to the Edge, the group's second album, was released in 1992. In 1992, 1993, 1994, and 1997, they also received the Country Music Association's award for Vocal Group of the Year (an award for which they received fifteen total nominations, more than any other country music group). Bubba Hyde 09:55 05. [61] Rick Cohoon of Allmusic cited the album's singles and the Wright duet as the album's best tracks, adding that "If any flaw can be found here it would be the band's choice not to experiment with new sound, but then again, why tamper with a good thing? [28] As the lead single to their self-titled debut album, "Meet in the Middle" went on to spend two weeks at No. [51] Later in the year, the band released its fifth studio album, Unbelievable. [26] The band also had commitments to finish as the Tennessee River Boys, to the point that they occasionally had to promote themselves under both names in the same day. Diamond Rio Greatest Hits | The Best Songs Diamond Rio Playlist HD. [29] Two of the album's tracks were previously recorded by other artists: "Make Sure You've Got It All", written by Bill Anderson and Steve Wariner, was originally recorded on Collin Raye's 1998 album The Walls Came Down,[67] and "If You'd Like Some Lovin'" by its co-writer, David Ball, on his 1996 album Starlite Lounge. [8] For the next few years, they played at small venues, such as high school auditoriums, and usually worked no more than four concerts a month. The band was first named the Grizzly River Boys, after a new river rafting ride at the park, but quickly changed names to the Tennessee River Boys due to its members disliking the original name. Diamond Rio are professionals, and that's part of their charm. Certified gold by the RIAA for U.S. shipments of 500,000 copies,[41] the album produced the Top 5 country hits "In a Week or Two" and "Oh Me, Oh My, Sweet Baby",[29] the latter of which was originally recorded by George Strait on his 1989 album Beyond the Blue Neon. The band was founded in 1982 as an attraction for the Opryland USA theme park in Nashville, Tennessee, and was originally known as the Grizzly River Boys, then the Tennessee River Boys.It was founded by Matt Davenport, Danny Gregg, and Ty Herndon, the last of whom became a solo artist in the mid-1990s. We tried to make up our own arrangements. They can deliver any song smoothly, and make their musical eclecticism easy to swallow. [70] Chrissie Dickinson of The Chicago Tribune was less favorable, commending the "masterful musicianship" and Roe's "light vocal timbre", while criticizing the song selections as "mostly a paint-by-numbers trip around the musical block, from the predictable power balladry of 'I Believe' to the saccharine sentiments of 'We All Fall Down.'"[71]. 1997 Preview SONG TIME How Your Love Makes Me Feel. [4] Herndon was temporarily replaced by Anthony Crawford and then Virgil True before his role was taken over by Marty Roe, who had originally toured nationally with the Christian band Windsong,[5] and worked in the park by doing impersonations of Larry Gatlin. [89] Truman co-wrote Shane Minor's 1999 single "Ordinary Love";[90] Minor would later co-write the band's hit "Beautiful Mess". Walkin' Away. 48 on the Billboard country charts from unsolicited airplay,[81] and was made into a music video. [94] He refers to this instrument as the "Taxicaster" because of its yellow body and black-and-white checkered pickguard, which give it the coloration of a taxicab. [32][34][35], Four more singles were released from Diamond Rio, all reaching top 10 on the Billboard country singles charts: "Mirror, Mirror", "Mama Don't Forget to Pray for Me", "Norma Jean Riley" (which was previously the B-side of "Mama Don't Forget to Pray for Me"[29]), and "Nowhere Bound", the latter two of which were co-written by Powell. Listen to albums and songs from Diamond Rio. Three of the band's albums have achieved RIAA platinum certification in the United States. One More Day 06:20 04. The title track (co-written by Billy Crittenden, later a member of the vocal group 4 Runner), reached a peak of No. Amazed; 3. Sign In ... More by Diamond Rio. This rendition, which featured guest appearances from Lee Roy Parnell and Steve Wariner (both of whom were also signed to Arista Nashville at the time), was credited to "Jed Zeppelin". It had been a long time since I had thought about or listened to the group. As true roots-minded musicians, Diamond Rio often sang songs tied to time and place. 1 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts,[29] making Diamond Rio the first country music group ever to send its debut single to the top of that chart. They continued to record demos in Prout's garage with assistance from Monty Powell, who had previously hired Roe and Olander for recording jingles, but wanted to produce commercial music. Diamond Rio. Spotify Amazon. She determined that Roe was over-compensating for a small degree of hearing loss typical of musicians who have performed live for long periods of time, thus tightening muscles in his throat and diaphragm and causing him to lose pitch. [78] The second was Keith Whitley: A Tribute Album, to which they contributed a cover of Keith Whitley's 1986 hit "Ten Feet Away",[79] and the third was a cover of Merle Haggard's "Workin' Man Blues" for a tribute album entitled Mama's Hungry Eyes: A Tribute to Merle Haggard. The selections on this album seem to be the fruition of that search for musical renewal". Roe said in an interview with CMT that "we just didn't try to copy anybody else. The Ballad of Conley and Billy (The Proof's in the Pickin') Jimmy Olander / Monty Powell. The band attempted to cover up Roe's problems by removing certain songs from concert set lists, lowering the key on others, having Truman sometimes take the lead vocal, and using pitch correction software, but even these did not fully correct the issues. Diamond Rio was inducted into the Grand Ole Opry in April 1998, becoming the first band in fourteen years to be inducted. In 2003, Truman and songwriter Jason Deere co-founded the Nashville Tribute Band, which has recorded three albums for missionaries of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, of which Truman is a member. 14 tracks (49:19). [31] Released three weeks later[32] with DuBois and Powell as producers,[33] Diamond Rio was met with positive critical reception from critics such as Allmusic, Chicago Tribune, and Entertainment Weekly, which praised the band's vocal harmonies, instrumentation, and song choices. "[62], Starting in 2001, the other members had noticed that Roe was having difficulty maintaining proper pitch in concert. [69] Ray Waddell of Billboard also thought that the singles were among the best tracks on the album, while highlighting the instrumental track "Rural Philharmonic" (which Olander had originally intended to record for a solo album[66]) as an example of the band's strong musicianship. Alan LeBeouf, who had just left Baillie & the Boys, expressed interest in replacing Davenport but ultimately declined due to other commitments. [29] The third and final single was "I Know How the River Feels", originally recorded on Herndon's 1996 album Living in a Moment[53] and later released as a single by McAlyster in 2000. [1] Originally intended to promote the park through a one-time television special, the band proved popular enough that it became one of many regular performers there. Roe and Prout had found both "Mama Don't Forget to Pray for Me" and "Mirror, Mirror" by attending shows at the Bluebird Cafe in Nashville, a popular spot for performances by aspiring songwriters. Diamond Rio- Meet In The Middle (Lyrics) Video Diamond Rio- Norma Jean Riley (Lyrics) Video Diamond Rio Beautiful Mess Lyrics Video; Jon Pardi 'All Time High' Song Explanation Video; Diamond Rio- Meet In The Middle (Lyrics) Video Jon Pardi 'Heartache On The Dance Floor' Song Explanation Video; Dolly Parton Surprises Senior Citizens in Her Hometown Video [19][29] Roe considered Close to the Edge a weaker album than their debut because the band only had one month to pick the songs for it; in a 1994 interview with New Country magazine, he stated: "There aren't ten great songs out there for everybody, certainly not that you could find in a 30-day period of time. Nobody Knows; 11. 1. 5. 04:05. Roe also consulted unsuccessfully with vocal coaches and throat doctors at the Vanderbilt University Medical Center. 1 on the country charts,[29] with the album, by this point re-titled One More Day, having its release date moved up to February 6, 2001. A seventh album, tentatively titled Can't You Tell, was recorded in 2003, but it was cancelled[72] after its first two singles – the title track and "One Believer" – both failed to make Top 40 upon their releases in late 2004 and early 2005 respectively. How Your Love Makes Me Feel. [58] Following this song's failure, the band released "One More Day" later in 2000. "[46] Bob Cannon of New Country was more mixed, saying that "the production on Love a Little Stronger is so sparkling clean it could've been recorded in an operating room. Download the MP3 instrumental versions of Diamond Rio. Music video by Diamond Rio performing I Believe. [57], Diamond Rio released its twenty-third official chart single, "Stuff", in May 2000. 2008. [64] Finally, they consulted vocal coach Diane Sheets, a friend of Johnson's son-in-law. [40] Diamond Rio and Collin Raye also sang backing vocals on Kenny Rogers' 2000 single "He Will, She Knows". Pretty darn special ... to know that you had that impact on someone's life and helped in a tough time of healing and hope. Roe sang duet vocals with then-labelmate Pam Tillis on "Love Is Only Human", a cut from her 1992 album Homeward Looking Angel. Although Roe was initially "cynical" toward Sheets's coaching, she was ultimately successful in restoring his voice. In addition, Diamond Rio has received four Group of the Year awards from the Country Music Association, two Top Vocal Group awards from the Academy of Country Music, and one Grammy Award. Also at this point, the band members supplemented their incomes with outside jobs: Johnson continued to work in carpentry, Olander and Roe mowed lawns, and Prout drove tour buses. Diamond Rio also appears in this compilation. Whiteside taking their places. Diamond Rio is an American country music band founded in 1982. 16 Songs. [76] "I will say that I was proud of the material, but maybe it's not the best version of Diamond Rio," Olander told the publication. It was founded by Matt Davenport, Danny Gregg, and Ty Herndon, the last of whom became a solo artist in the mid-1990s. One More Day; 5. 1 singles in "Beautiful Mess" and "I Believe",[19] the latter being the band's last single to top Hot Country Songs. [84] In 2002, the band was featured on country parodist Cledus T. Judd's "Man of Constant Borrow", a parody of "Man of Constant Sorrow" on his album Cledus Envy. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from Diamond Rio at the Discogs Marketplace. The tracks "God Only Cries", "Redneck Love Gone Bad", "Over You" and "In God We Still Trust" were newly recorded for the album. After undergoing several membership changes in its initial years, the band has consisted of the same six members since 1989: Marty Roe (lead vocals, rhythm guitar), Gene Johnson (mandolin, guitar, fiddle, tenor vocals), Jimmy Olander (lead guitar, banjo), Brian Prout (drums), Dan Truman (keyboards), and Dana Williams (bass guitar, baritone vocals). 1: "How Your Love Makes Me Feel", "One More Day", "Beautiful Mess", and "I Believe". [27], Arista Nashville released Diamond Rio's debut single, "Meet in the Middle", on February 6, 1991. [75], In 2014, Olander told The Arizona Republic that the group was no longer signed to Word Records and planned to release new material independently. [5][6] Around 1986, Deal and Gregg both left the group, the latter due to health complications from a serious illness he had developed as a teenager. 4:05 PREVIEW Meet In … Diamond Rio … [19] The album was recorded on a more relaxed schedule than the previous album; as a result, they did not have a single on the charts for three months after "Sawmill Road" fell off the charts. [56] On December 28 of the same year, Prout married singer-songwriter Stephanie Bentley, best known for co-writing Faith Hill's 1999 single "Breathe". Unbelievable 03:58 03. [5] For this album, Clute joined DuBois and Powell as co-producer, a role that he has held on all of the band's subsequent releases. 2 on the country charts in early 1996. Their sound was originally defined by mainstream country, bluegrass, and rock influences, but later albums drew more influence from Christian country music and country pop. And I'm generally NOT a fan of country music. [42] The next singles, "This Romeo Ain't Got Julie Yet" and "Sawmill Road", both failed to reach top 10. Stegall produced demos for the Tennessee River Boys, but noted that Davenport could not record the lead vocal and bass parts at the same time, as they would be difficult to separate in the control room. You will not be disappointed. View All. Following Herndon's departure, DeLonibus and Mummert quit as well, with Dan Truman (who had previously played in Brigham Young University's Young Ambassadors[6]) and Jimmy "J. Bluegrass influences are also shown in the band's prominent use of the mandolin, as well as in the instrumentals featured on many of their earlier albums. 29 on the Billboard Hot 100,[29] in addition to reaching top 10 on the Adult Contemporary charts (the band's first appearance on that chart). It was previously known as the Grizzly Download in High Definition MP3. [29] Shortly after the album's release, Diamond Rio parted ways with Arista Nashville. A very nice album! "[47] This album also earned the band its second platinum certification. On August 31, 2007, Diamond Rio signed with Word Records, a Christian music label based in Nashville. 1: "How Your Love Makes Me Feel" (1997), "One More Day" (2001), "Beautiful Mess" (2002), and "I Believe" (2003). [29], In 1998, Prout began dating Mary Bono, the widow of singer and politician Sonny Bono. Diamond Rio's songs: Listen to songs by Diamond Rio on Myspace, Stream Free Online Music by Diamond Rio Each title offers a version with and without choirs. Diamond Rio: Greatest Hits 1997 Greatest Hits II 2006 The Reason 2009 I … [65], In 2002, Diamond Rio released its seventh studio album, Completely. [11] They initially chose to operate as a quintet, with Davenport as the sole lead vocalist and Roe and Prout singing harmony; when this arrangement proved unsuccessful, they found mandolist Gene Johnson, a former member of the bluegrass group Eddie Adcock's IInd Generation, which Olander was a fan of as a child. Studio Album (6) - Compilation (3) A Diamond Rio Christmas. In doing so, Johnson soon discovered that the injuries to his hands had altered his dexterity on the mandolin, and threatened to walk away after Powell offhandedly remarked that he would have Roe dub in his own tenor harmonies instead of having Johnson sing them. [55] The two became engaged but later ended their relationship in 2001. [6] It was followed by the No. The band originally conceived it as a double album, featuring traditional country on one disc and more pop-oriented country on the other, but according to Prout, this concept did not fully materialize because "country music has blinders on as far as what's acceptable – and what isn't", although Olander and Williams noted that the idea allowed them "more leeway in choosing songs". Greatest Hits II is the second greatest-hits package released by country music group Diamond Rio. (C) 2004 Sony Music Entertainment#DiamondRio #IBelieve #Vevo [29] The album featured a guest vocal from Chely Wright on "I'm Trying",[59] making for the band's first ever duet with another artist on one of their own albums. Because the band had taken a longer period of time to choose songs for Love a Little Stronger, they considered it a superior album to its predecessor;[5] Mansfield shared a similar opinion in his review of the album, stating that "Spurred by the relatively lackluster performance of Close to the Edge ... Diamond Rio explored the musical possibilities of its talents rather than digging for easy commercial success. [29] Three more singles were released from the album: the top 10 hits "That's What I Get for Lovin' You" and "Holdin'" (also written by Wiseman), with the top 20 "It's All in Your Head", co-written by Van Stephenson, in between. Spotify Amazon. [49] "Walkin' Away" peaked at No. Diamond Rio is an American country music band. This album was my first intoduction to Diamond Rio--I love it and them! 01. You're Gone 00:00 02. Just Another Day In Paradise; 12. [20] Among the names they had chosen were Kilroy and T-Town Mavericks, the latter of which was rejected by Arista executives. Sign In Listen Now Browse ... Diamond Rio: 16 Biggest Hits Diamond Rio … [21] The name had been previously rejected by another country band, Shenandoah, whose lead singer Marty Raybon (also a former member of Heartbreak Mountain) gave Prout permission to use the name even though Shenandoah "conducted business" under that name. [14] Due to his discomfort outside the lead role and his wife's dissatisfaction with his career, Davenport quit in late 1988, becoming the last founding member to leave. [10] Frustrated by the sporadic touring schedules, Whiteside quit the group and was replaced by Brian Prout, who previously performed in Hot Walker Band and Heartbreak Mountain. "[36] Johnson spoke positively about "Mama Don't Forget to Pray for Me", which was written and originally recorded by Larry Cordle, and the impact that it had on fans. [39] A cut from the album, the instrumental "Poultry Promenade", gave the band its first Grammy Award nomination. [91] Roe, Johnson, and Williams sang backing vocals on Josh Turner's 2006 single "Me and God" (from the album Your Man), which also featured a guest vocal from bluegrass musician Ralph Stanley. The band charted 32 more singles between then and 2006, including four more that reached No. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for The Reason - Diamond Rio on AllMusic - 2009 - Move over, amateurs, and let Diamond Rio show you… 03:14. 9 hit "Night Is Fallin' in My Heart" and the Top 20 hits "Bubba Hyde" and "Finish What We Started". The band is known for its vocal harmonies, varied instrumentation, and near-exclusive use of only its own membership on recordings instead of session musicians. I Can Love You Like That; 10. I Still Believe In You; 16. [54] Diamond Rio's rendition peaked at 33 on the country charts, their lowest chart peak at the time. [17] Initially, DuBois was hesitant about signing the Tennessee River Boys, as he felt that there were too many popular bands in country music, and he was about to sign both Asleep at the Wheel and Exile. It was the "first country release recorded entirely on a digital console";[48] specifically, a Fairlight console which recorded the album directly to a hard drive. Contributing songwriters to the album included Paul Williams, former NRBQ member Al Anderson, Robert John "Mutt" Lange, and Huey Lewis. Professional ratings; Review scores; Source Rating; Allmusic: 16 Biggest Hits is a compilation album from the country music band Diamond Rio.It was released on February 23, 2008 by Arista Nashville after the group left the label. 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Diamond Rio is a country and Christian music band that was founded in 1982 as an attraction for the Opryland USA theme park in Nashville. 1 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts. [29] Diamond Rio's second Greatest Hits package, Greatest Hits II, was released in 2006. [87] Olander was featured along with bluegrass musicians Carl Jackson and Mark O'Connor on the track "Hap Towne Breakdowne" from Steve Wariner's 1996 instrumental album No More Mr. Nice Guy. After assuming the name Diamond Rio, the band was signed to Arista Nashville and debuted in 1991 with the single "Meet in the Middle", which made them the first band ever to send a debut single to No. "[74] The group released its first contemporary Christian album, The Reason, on September 22, 2009. Diamond Rio Greatest Hits - Best song of Diamond Rio - YouTube. On August 9, 1990, Johnson was injured in a carpentry accident in Arkansas a day before his 41st birthday, severely cutting his left thumb. Robert Bolin substituted for Johnson during the band's tour in Brazil with Kevin Welch and Jann Browne. In this case, the lyrics paint a grim picture of old coal miners' lives. Explore releases from Diamond Rio at Discogs. If you're asking how it makes us feel? Diamond Rio is an American country music band. [19][38] The band's later material has tended towards pop-oriented ballads, such as "I Believe" and "One More Day" – songs which received critical acclaim for their often religious-themed messages, but were considered departures from the more traditional material of their first four albums. [83] A year later, Diamond Rio contributed a recording of the gospel standard "Walkin' in Jerusalem" to a compilation entitled Peace in the Valley: A Country Music Journey Through Gospel Music. 2007 (Diamond Rio album) Greatest Hits II is the second greatest-hits package released by country music group Diamond Rio. The song was written by Steven Dale Jones and Bobby Tomberlin, the same two writers who wrote "She Misses Him on Sunday the Most". [73] Their first album for Word was a Christmas album entitled A Diamond Rio Christmas: The Star Still Shines, which they recorded in Olander's basement studio. Third single "Wrinkles" made Top 20, while the last single, "We All Fall Down" (also written by Steven Dale Jones), failed to reach top 40. [80] In 1996, the band covered "Beauty and the Beast" for the multi-artist compilation The Best of Country Sing the Best of Disney[82] and contributed the original song "Christmas Spirit" (which Powell and Roe co-wrote) to Star of Wonder: Country Christmas Collection, a Christmas album featuring various artists on Arista Nashville's roster. 2. "[37], Diamond Rio was later certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) for shipping one million copies in the United States. 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