Carley Arrowood Drops New Video "Goin' Home, Comin' On"

Carley Arrowood

Carley Arrowood has released a video for her latest single, "Goin' Home, Comin' On" after a premiere by Bluegrass Today.

"This music video is the first one I've ever done as a solo artist, and I couldn't be happier with the way it turned out. It is absolutely stunning thanks to Bob Peck of Mountainwater Films; he made it such a fun and easy experience! Man what a day that was! A lot of prayer went into it, and God gets all the glory for it. We literally just sat back and watched Him work out every detail," Arrowood told Bluegrass Today. "Special thanks to Ken and Karen Lampe for allowing us to film this video at their home. It's a beautiful cabin (as you'll see) that my dad and brother Ethan built in Gilkey, NC, and it greatly encapsulates where I grew up in the foothills. I'm also thankful that my whole studio band could be there: Wayne and Kristin Benson, and my producer Jon Weisberger were able to come be a part of it, and my sister Autumn, and my boyfriend Daniel were able to be there and be a huge part of it as well. I'm especially tickled that my parents each got a little scene in the video, too! Such a memorable time. It was a whole family event, and I just can't wait for y'all to see it!"

Penned by a trio of writers that includes Jenee Fleenor - the reigning Country Music Association Musician of the Year (and the first woman to win the award) - alongside veteran songwriter Charley Stefl ("The Fool," "All Aboard") and producer-bassist (and award-winning songwriter) Jon Weisberger, "Goin' Home Comin' On" is a lively portrait of a young woman homeward bound for a weekend visit - as illustrated in the video.

Check out the video above and keep streaming "Goin' Home Comin' On" HERE.

About Carley Arrowood
Though she's young, Carley Arrowood is already something of a musical veteran. Singing since she was old enough to talk, she's been playing fiddle for over thirteen years and has spent the past five years as a featured band member with the award-winning duo of Darin & Brooke Aldridge. 

Carley began playing in a classical vein but soon gravitated toward the bluegrass music and fiddle tunes of her western North Carolina home. With her sister, Autumn, she formed a band called Carolina Jasmine, which became the first all-female group to win the Junior Band Championship at the famed Fiddlers Grove convention. Her career progress flourished through high school, as she began to work at Dollywood, competed in - and took home trophies from - an impressive list of fiddle contests, and became one of the featured musicians in the International Bluegrass Music Association's (IBMA) annual Kids on Bluegrass program. 

A developing songwriter - her "Jesus Drive The Train," a co-write with the award-winning Becky Buller, earned her a showcase appearance at the IBMA's World of Bluegrass in 2015 - Carley's been recognized for her fiddle playing as well, receiving an IBMA Momentum Instrumentalist of the Year trophy in 2017. And in 2014, just a day after graduation, Carley began filling in with Darin and Brooke, joining them full-time that fall after turning 18. Since then, she's performed with the duo at the Grand Ole Opry, on television shows like "Larry's Country Diner," on European tours and at bluegrass festivals and concerts around the country.



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