Listeners have already enjoyed her very successful singles, “Something About A Train Sound” and “Bluegrass Radio,” and now Mountain Fever Records is delighted to release Irene Kelley’s new

album in its entirety. Benny’s TV Repair got its name from Irene’s love and admiration for her father who was a TV repairman. He taught himself how to fix things through a correspondence course in the mail, and that is where the story begins in the album’s title track.

Irene has an incredible knack for pulling the best talent together for her projects. As a respected artist, she has no problem enlisting the help of her talented colleagues. Benny’s TV Repair not only features the talent of Irene Kelly, but she is joined by Adam Steffey (mandolin), Stuart Duncan (fiddle), Bryan Sutton (guitar), Mark Fain (bass), and Steve Cropper with a special performance on electric guitar.

Polishing off the incredible musicianship is Irene’s beautiful voice with guest vocalists, Carl Jackson, Jimmy Fortune, Dale Ann Bradley, Jerry Salley, Darin & Brooke Aldridge, Justyna Kelley, Wayne Southards, and Ronnie Bowman.

In addition to these fantastic artists, Kelley is joined by highly revered co-writers on this project. They are: Steve Cropper, David Starr, Ronnie Bowman, Jerry Salley, Terry Herd, Bobby Taylor, Billy Stewart, Justyna Kelley, Bob Rea, and Bill Whyte.

The album was recorded at Creative Workshop and the Historic RCA Studio C, both in Nashville. The engineers were Steve Chandler and Eddie Gore, respectively. Justyna Kelley also assisted in the production. It was mixed and mastered by Aaron Ramsey at Mountain Fever Studios in Willis, VA.

Add it to your collection today!

Here’s a cut titled “Out Of Arkansas”