Posted April 2021
Long-time country music fans have most certainly heard of – and been fans of – the band, Shenandoah. Founded in 1984, they have enjoyed success from thirteen studio albums (two of them certified Gold).
They have enjoyed five number one hits on Billboard, “The Church on Cumberland Road,” “Sunday in the South,” “Two Dozen Roses,” “Next to You, Next to Me,” and “If Bubba Can Dance (I can Too).
The band’s latest album, “Every Road,” has just been released and is getting rave reviews. Of course, in addition to Shenandoah’s superlative sound, the band got a little help from its friends. Country greats like Zac Brown Band, Luke Bryan, Ashley McBryde, Dierks Bentley, Cody Johnson, Lady A, Brad Paisley, and Carly Pearce.
Can you imagine having friends like them to help you out on your album?
Well, Shenandoah has just those kinds of friends and the band’s co-founder, Marty Raybon, took the time to chat with Boomerocity about the album, about the impact of the pandemic on the music business and on the band, and about the addition of the band’s new amazing guitarist (and Boomerocity friend), Austin Crum (read our interview with him here)
Please watch this interview with Marty, below. After you’ve finished, share the link to it with your friends. Order “Every Road” by clicking on the album cover on the left side of this page, and then follow Shenandoah on their website, ShenandoahBandcom to see what the latest is with them and if they’re playing near you. They will be hitting the road soon and their itinerary is building back up as the pandemic restrictions begin to loosen up.
The Boomerocity Interview With Marty Raybon