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Bluegrass Stars Support Musicians Against Childhood Cancer July 20

Blue Highway at Musicians Against Childhood CancerBlue Highway at 32nd Musicians Against Childhood Cancer Festival which will take place July 20 through July 23 outside Columbus, Ohio.! Marty Raybon, Daryle Singletary, and more appearing! Proceeds from this festival will benefit St. Jude Children's Research Hospital in Memphis, Tennessee. Since the year 2000, MACC and you have donated over $875,847.00 to St. Jude and the Y.M.C.A., helping children around the world. This year will be the 16th Year for Musicians Against Childhood Cancer.

Lorraine Jordan Joins Marty Raybon for "Darned if I Don't, Danged if I Do"

Lorraine Jordan with Marty Raybon"I've always been a fan of Marty Raybon, so working with him has been a dream come true," said Lorraine Jordan. "I hope fans enjoy listening to it as much as we enjoyed recording it."

Shenandoah Returning to Grand Ole Opry Stage After 25 Years

ShenandoahNashville, TN -- This weekend, for the first time in nearly 25 years, legendary country music group Shenandoah will return to the stage of the Grand Ole Opry. After a 17 year absence, lead singer Marty Raybon has returned to front the group who will perform on the Opry stage this Friday night, May 6 and Saturday night, May 7.

Marty Raybon Plays Blue Ridge Music Center Saturday, June 27

Marty RaybonGalax, VA -- Award-winning country music artist Marty Raybon brings his signature voice and talented band, Full Circle, to the Blue Ridge Music Center on Saturday, June 27, at 7 p.m. For 12 years, Raybon was the lead singer of popular country band Shenandoah and also has multiple solo albums. Gary LeVox, lead vocalist of Rascal Flatts, has called Raybon "the greatest singer on the planet to this day."

Blue Ridge Music Center 2015 Summer Concert Season

Della MaeGalax, VA -- Music will ring out from the foot of Fisher Peak on the Blue Ridge Parkway beginning May 23 as the 2015 Concert Season begins at the Blue Ridge Music Center. The Music Center will showcase the talents of great performers, including Della Mae, The Sherman Holmes Project with Phil Wiggins, Marty Raybon, The Jeff Little Trio, Alice Gerrard, Steep Canyon Rangers, Wayne Henderson with Helen White and Herb Key, De Temps Antan, Rebecca Frazier, The Steel Wheels, and many more.

Marty Raybon Shines in “God Didn't Choose Sides” Video

Marty RaybonNashville, TN -- Rural Rhythm Records is proud to announce the music video for the title track of their "God Didn't Choose Sides" album. Released on February 12th of this year, God Didn't Choose Sides contains Civil War true stores about real people that focus on the common men and women who were thrown together into the realities and horrors of war and displayed amazing acts of kindness, selflessness, faith, love and brotherhood to their fellow Americans.

Marty Raybon Wins First IBMA Award

Marty Raybon with IBMA AwardNashville, TN -- Marty Raybon, former lead singer of Shenandoah, can now add an IBMA (International Bluegrass Music Association) win to his prestigious list of accolades which already includes Grammy, CMA and ACM Awards. Last Thursday night at the 24th IBMA Awards Show in Raleigh, NC, Raybon was presented with the “Gospel Recorded Performance of the Year” Award for "Beulah Land."

Bluegrass Artists Find Their Way into The Direct Buzz

The Direct Buzz Sept 2013 coverAirPlay Direct is proud to present the 21st issue of the Direct Buzz. September's cover features Mr. Carl Jackson, “Nashville’s Hidden Impresario” and APD’s first “Artist Ambassador”. Carl’s incredible career includes many accolades and awards and his talent, desire and dreams are still undiminished, as he approaches his music with the same sense of wonder today as that eight-year-old boy just getting started.

Marty Raybon #1 In Bluegrass With Dirt Road Heartache

Marty RaybonNashville, TN -- Rural Rhythm Records is proud to announce that Marty Raybon’s song “Dirt Road Heartache”, written by Melissa Pierce and Jerry Salley, goes to the #1 position on the June Bluegrass Unlimited song chart. “Dirt Road Heartache” has been on the Bluegrass Unlimited song chart for eleven months and is from Marty’s Southern Roots & Branches album released on Rural Rhythm Records in April of 2012.

Marty Raybon Wins 4 CGM Fan Awards

Marty RaybonNashville, TN -- Rural Rhythm Records is proud to announce that Marty Raybon has won 4 Christian Gospel Music (CGM) Fan Awards including “Favorite Song” for “I’ve Seen What He Can Do”, “Favorite Male Vocalist”, “Favorite Musician” and “Favorite Crossover Artist” at the 4th annual CGM Fan Awards show presented by Christian Voice Magazine. The Awards were announced during the 2013 CGM Fan Award show at the Smoky Mountain Convention Center in Pigeon Forge, TN on April 27th.

Marty Raybon Celebrates 40th Year with "The Back Forty"

 The Back FortyNashville, TN -- Rural Rhythm Records is proud to announce the upcoming bluegrass album, The Back Forty by Marty Raybon & Full Circle releasing Tuesday, March 26. This highly anticipated new album is now available for pre-order at Amazon and Rural Rhythm Records and will also be available at iTunes, GooglePay and many more fine retail outlets.

New Bluegrass Music Single by Marty Raybon and Full Circle

Marty RaybonRural Rhythm Records is proud to announce the new Bluegrass single, “That Janie Baker” by Marty Raybon & Full Circle released this week to radio via the label’s Fresh Cut & Key Tracks CD and at AirplayDirect.com.The song appears on Marty’s straight-up new Bluegrass album, The Back Forty, releasing in March celebrating his 40 years entertaining audiences around the world.

Marty Raybon Leads CGM Nominations Appearing in Seven Categories

Marty RaybonNashville, TN -- Rural Rhythm Records is very proud to announce Marty Raybon leads with the most nominations in the CGM Fan Awards appearing in seven categories including: Favorite Solist, Favorite Male Vocalist, Favorite Crossover Artist, Favorite Musician, Favorite Song (I’ve Seen What He Can Do), Favorite Album (Hand to the Plow), and Living Legend. Mark Carman, producer of Hand to the Plow, also received a CGM Fan Award Nomination for Favorite Producer. Marty picked up yet another album nod receiving a SGM Fan Award nomination for Favorite Album for Hand to the Plow.

Marty Raybon Joins The Pink Arrow Project

Marty Raybon with Pink ArrowAtlanta, GA -- Mary J. Hale, Founder and CEO of the Pink Arrow Project is proud to announce Marty Raybon has joined the organization to help raise awareness to the project. “The sure way of knowing of one’s gratefulness is to see someone who has not only confronted death, but also one who has taken on a battle for the cure that brought them to the brink. Mary Hale’s vision of giving back was originated after her bout with Cancer. The Pink Arrow Project is the concept of awareness and a quest to prevent and find the cure. I am proudly standing with the Pink Arrow Project and aiming to do all I can to help this vision and gratefulness. Join with us. Pull the string back and let it fly,” said Marty Raybon, former lead singer of the Country Music Super Group Shenandoah.

Christmas The Mountain Way Features Bluegrass Award Winners

Christmas the Mountain WayNashville, TN (October 24, 2012) Rural Rhythm Records is proud to announce the November 13, 2012 CD / DVD release of Christmas The Mountain Way. This live performance musical show, hosted by Mike Scott, was filmed earlier this year at the Bell Theater in Pineville, Kentucky showcasing Christmas and its traditions in the Appalachian Mountains. This special CD / DVD features performances by: 2012 IBMA Female Vocalist of the Year, Dale Ann Bradley; Steve Gulley; Grammy winning artist, Marty Raybon; 2012 IBMA Male Vocalist of the Year Nominee, Audie Blaylock; Cumberland River, Common Strings, Mike Scott, Brenda Scott, Brad Gulley, Debbie Gulley, Don Gulley, Students of the Cumberland River Academy, and more.

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