That massively successful country music band Shenandoah? Yeah…they’re BACK.

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When I heard news that lead singer Marty Raybon was back with the fellas of the band Shenandoah, my heart almost burst. I mean this band is responsible for getting me through the younger part of my life with their music with hits like: Two Dozen Roses Next To You, Next To Me, Church On Cumberland Road, I Want To Be Loved Like That, Moon Over Georgia, Mama Knows, Ghost In This House, If Bubba Can Dance (I Can Too), Sunday In The South, Rock My Baby, and Vicinity Of The Heart.

Those are songs that just stand the test of time.

Man with Garth and Shenandoah both out touring, I'd say country's past is looking a lot like its future.

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