On Friday (Nov. 11), bluegrass royalty Rhonda Vincent will release All the Rage -- Volume One, a new live CD / DVD. In advance of the project's release, Vincent is premiering its performance of "Missouri Moon" exclusively on The Boot.

Originally released by Vincent in 2003, on her One Step Ahead album, “Missouri Moon” is a track about the singer falling in love in her home state. In addition to "Missouri Moon," All the Rage -- Volume One features classic hymns such as “The Old Rugged Cross," as well as plenty of bluegrass favorites; it will also include a live version of “I’ve Forgotten You,” co-written by Hillary Lindsey, known for her work with Taylor Swift, Carrie Underwood and Little Big Town.

"People always ask for a CD / DVD that perfectly represents what they hear us play onstage,” says Vincent in a press release. “All the Rage is completely 'what you see and what you get.' The actual tones of the instruments, and exact timber of each voice.

"Authenticity is our top priority," Vincent adds, "and this project captures the incredible talent and skill, along with the passion and excitement of our live performances."

Accompanying Vincent on All the Rage -- Volume One's 14 tracks are Hunter Berry (fiddle), Brent Burke (resophonic guitar), Mickey Harris (bass), Aaron McDaris (banjo) and Josh Williams (guitar), all members of Vincent's band, the Rage.

All the Rage, Volume One is available for pre-order on Vincent's official website, where fans will also find upcoming tour dates.