Shenandoah Releases First New Album in 20 Years

The Country crooners are back with RELOADED, featuring LIVE recordings of their iconic hits as well as three brand-new songs

By The LifeMinute Team

April 2, 2018

After a 20-year hiatus, GRAMMY, CMA and ACM-winning country band Shenandoah are reunited and back on the road with the new album RELOADED. We sat down with front man Marty Raybon and founding member Mike McGuire to hear all about the new record produced by Rascal Flatts' Jay DeMarcus. The album, out now, features LIVE recordings of iconic hits, such as "Two Dozen Roses," "Church on Cumberland Road," "Next to You, Next to Me" and "I Want to be Loved Like That," along with three brand new songs including "NOISE," which is currently No. 33 in the nation on the Music Row Radio Chart. For tour dates visit and follow the guys @shenandoahband on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

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