Dirty Linen - p.44
"Vincent and superstar Keith Urban offer a thoughtful duet on the traditional folk song 'The Water Is Wide,' which finds both powerhouse singers really in service to the ideas of the song."
No Depression - p.71
"[Vincent] has always favored the middle ground, blending the contemporary with traditional roots dating back decades to her family's band, the Sally Mountain Show."
Personnel: Josh Williams (vocals, guitar, mandolin); Darrin Vincent, Mickey Harris (vocals, bass guitar); Yogi Bare, Becky Isaacs Bowman (vocals); Andy Hall (dobro); Kenny 'Big K' Ingram, Ron Stewart (banjo); Hunter Berry (mandolin, fiddle); Adam Steffey, Andy Leftwich (mandolin); Stuart Duncan (fiddle); Kevin Grantt (bass guitar); James Stroud (box); Tom Roady (percussion); Daniel Grindstaff.
Additional personnel: Kathy Chiavola, Russell Moore (vocals); Jesse McReynolds, Keith Urban, Bryan Sutton.
On her thirteenth outing, GOOD THING GOING, Rhonda Vincent continues to prove that while the fame of the Dixie Chicks and Alison Krauss alludes her, she has few equals in contemporary bluegrass. Vincent's formula of mixing a purist sound with the lyrical and melodic styles of adult contemporary works better than ever on GOOD THING GOING. Keith Urban makes an appearance on the affecting duet of the standard "The Water is Wide."