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ONE OF COUNTRY MUSIC'S LEGENDARY & MOST SUCCESSFUL ACTS AND ONE OF ITS GREAT PERFORMANCE BANDS'

 Founding members', lead vocalist Marty Raybon and drummer Mike McGuire lead a band that has scored 15 TOP 10 BILLBOARD HITS, like: "Ghost In This House," Mama Knows," and "I Want To Be Loved Like That." and 13 NUMBER ONE songs across the BILLBOARD CHARTS in the USA and Canada, including: "Two Dozen Roses," "The Church on Cumberland Road," and "Next To You, Next To Me,"  In total 26 charted Billboard singles. Three of their major label albums, CERTIFIED GOLD.  INTERESTING FACT: The Album: IN THE VICINITY OF THE HEART, --at the time of its release in 1994-95 --became the group's fastest selling disc with the help of clever marketing. Every buyer received an 800 number and would receive a personalized message from the band.
 

2023 (Number One ITunes Hit.)
Over 1-Million Streams
Marty Raybon & Luke Combs
"Two Dozen Roses,"

(Number One Billboard Hit)
"Two Dozen Roses"

(Number One Billboard Hit)
"If Bubba Can Dance,"

(Number One Billboard Hit)
"Sunday in the South,"
 
(Number One Billboard Hit)
"Next to You, Next To Me."

(Number Five Billboard Hit)
"Ghost in This House,"





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GRAMMY®, ACM and CMA winning Shenandoah earns the group's first No. 1 in 30 years with "Two Dozen Roses" with reigning CMA Entertainer of the Year Luke Combs. Released via 8 Track Entertainment, the collaboration, which has already amassed over one million streams, landed at No. 1 on the iTunes All Genre and Country charts.  Shenandoah lead singer Marty Raybon delivers the  opening lyrics of "Two Dozen Roses" with his

signature sound that helped establish the style of '80s and '90s country music, influencing a new generation of artists like Combs. Complementing
Raybon's emotive vocals, Combs takes the second verse, bringing his unique edge to the classic, which he has included in his own concert setlist.
Produced by GRAMMY® winning engineer Noah Gordon and recorded at the historic Fame Studios in Muscle Shoals, where the original version was recorded and the longtime home to founding members Marty Raybon and Mike McGuire
                
In 2020 the band released a cooperative  album called, EVERY ROAD. It featured collaborations with artists including Brad Paisley, Blake Shelton and Luke Bryan.
Journalist Logan Smith said "the band (Shenandoah) has woven together a highly polished sound built around precision musicianship and pristine harmonies. "