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Artist, Marty Raybon Hits #1 on 2 National Radio Charts

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Marty RaybonPerry Edge, President of Double E Promotions, is proud to announce that Grammy winner Marty Raybon has claimed the top spot on two national radio charts for July of 2011 with his new single "All In The Hands Of Jesus", reaching #1 on the Christian Country Cashbox Top 20 and #1 on the National Christian Voice Country Gospel Top 100.

Founder and former lead singer of the Grammy award-winning hit group Shenandoah, Marty Raybon offers a full spectrum of vocal entertainment. His talents are unmatched, whether he's singing country, gospel or his personal favorite, bluegrass. He has become one of country music's busiest artists, performing over 100 shows per year between the United States and Canada. Double E provides radio promotion services for Raybon.

Double E Promotions, headquartered in Booneville, MS and ran by Perry and wife, Vikki Edge, have focused more on the Country Gospel genre over the last couple years, witnessing the fruits of their labor as many of their clients songs have charted on national Christian music charts, most recently promoting Country Gospel Artist, Ron Hemphill's single, "You Can't Keep A Good Man Down" to number one on the Christian Voice Christian Country Top 100 for April of 11', Brett Hill's single, "Boots And The Bible" to number one on the Christian Voice Christian Country Top 100 for March of 11', Country Gospel Great, Allen Frizzell's single, "Man of His Word" to number one on the Power Source Christian Country Chart for April of 09'and former Statler Brother, Jimmy Fortune's "Wrote it In Red" to number one on the Christian Voice, Christian Country Top 100 Chart for December of 09'.

In April of 2011 Double E Promotions took home the 1st Annual CGM Fan Fest Award for Promoter of the Year, the Promoter of the Year Award from the 11th Annual King Country Agape Fest Fan Appreciation Awards.

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