Shenandoah on the Road, New Music and at CMA Fest

The Grammy-winning band launched its Two Dozen Roses Tour this year. Performance stops include Georgia, Texas, Tennessee, Minnesota, Arkansas, Arizona, Illinois, and Indiana as well as multiple concerts in Canada.

Shenandoah recently generated headlines for the remaking of the band’s 1989 smash hit single, “Two Dozen Roses,” with country star Luke Combs. The collaboration with Luke Combs has brought a fresh and modern twist to an already beloved classic, rekindling interest and excitement among both longtime fans and new listeners. The single’s revival showcases the band’s versatility and ability to remain relevant in the ever-evolving country music scene. The group is also known for “Church on Cumberland Road,” “Next to You, Next to Me,” “If Bubba Can Dance (I Can Too),” and “Sunday in the South.” Each of these songs has contributed to Shenandoah’s enduring legacy, capturing the hearts of audiences with their catchy melodies and relatable lyrics.

Shenandoah has 13 No.1 radio singles and 26 singles on the Billboard country charts. Their impressive track record on the charts is a testament to the band’s consistent talent and popularity over the years. The boys from Muscle Shoals have sold over eight million albums and generated over 300 million streams. This remarkable achievement highlights their widespread appeal and their significant impact on the country music industry.

Beyond their musical success, Shenandoah supports causes related to children and veterans by performing at various benefit events and making special appearances. Their commitment to giving back and using their platform for good has endeared them to fans and showcased their dedication to making a positive difference in the world. The band’s involvement in charitable activities speaks to their compassionate nature and deep-rooted values, further solidifying their reputation as not just musicians but as role models and community leaders.

Shenandoah will host a Meet & Greet at CMA Fest in Fan Fair X on Thursday, June 6th from 11 AM to 12 PM to support the CMA Foundation & their mission to shape the next generation through music education. Tickets & details:

Shenandoah will also perform during CMA Fest on the Dr. Pepper Amp Stage on Thursday, June 6th.

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