NASHVILLE, Tenn. – GRAMMY®, ACM and CMA winning Shenandoah will perform “Make It Til Summertime” on TBN’s Huckabee this Saturday, Feb. 27 at 8 p.m. ET. Fans can also tune in on Huckabee’s Facebook and website. Shenandoah’s segment is set to re-air this Sunday, Feb. 28 at 9 p.m. ET on TBN.

“Make It Til Summertime” is included as a collaboration with Luke Bryan on Shenandoah’s new album, Every Road, released on Nov. 13. Described by The Tennessean as a “feel-good country throwback,” the song was written by Shenandoah frontman Marty Raybon and co-founding member Mike McGuire with Dallas Davidson. Raybon and McGuire also joined Governor Mike Huckabee for an interview about the album, which included additional collaborations with Blake Shelton, Ashley McBryde, Dierks Bentley, Lady A, Zac Brown Band, Carly Pearce, Cody Johnson and Brad Paisley. To stream or download Every Road, click HERE.

With venues in select markets opening up with strict, safe social distancing measures, Shenandoah recently announced rescheduled 2021 tour dates for The Every Road Tour. Shenandoah will perform hits from their timeless catalog like “Church on Cumberland Road,” “Sunday in the South” and “Two Dozen Roses” as well as new material from Every Road. For tickets and more information, click HERE. Additional dates will be announced soon.  
Every Road marked the group’s 10th studio album, and their first album of all-new music since 1994, after notching 13 No. 1 hits and charting 26 singles on Billboard country charts throughout their career. Shenandoah released several instant-grat tracks from the 10-song album, produced by industry veteran Buddy Cannon, starting with the lead single “I’d Take Another One of Those” with Zac Brown Band. Shenandoah debuted the second track, “Every Time I Look At You” with Lady A, on “The Kelly Clarkson Show” and released a music video for the collaboration, which is airing now on CMT Music.

Rolling Stone Country exclusively premiered a first listen to the next song, “If Only” with Ashley McBryde, while followed with a first listen to “Then A Girl Walks In” with Blake SheltonThe Tennessean also shared a first listen to the “reflective mid-tempo” title track with Dierks Bentley, written by Brett Beavers, Jamie Moore and Kevin Griffin, as well as “Make It Til Summertime” with Luke Bryan. 

March 5 Private Event – Corpus Christi, Texas
March 27 The Stone Theater at Keestone Resort – Loretto, Tenn.
April 2 Cotton Country Club – Granger, Texas
April 3 Coyote Country Store – Gail, Texas
April 24 Private Event – Ardmore, Ala.
May 1 ValleyFest Park – Dunlap, Tenn.
May 15 Bloomin’ BBQ & Bluegrass Festival – Sevierville, Tenn.
May 22 Liberty Showcase Theatre – Liberty, N.C.
May 29 Harrah’s Lake Tahoe – Stateline, Nev.
May 30 Rolling Hills Casino – Corning, Calif.
June 5 Green River Live – Greensburg, Ky.
June 18 Ford County Fairgrounds – Melvin, Ill.
June 19 Winstock Country Music Festival – Winsted, Minn.
June 24 Arena Theatre – Houston, Texas
June 25 Billy Bob’s – Ft. Worth, Texas
June 26 Cattle Baron’s Ball – Waco, Texas 
July 2 Wild West Festival – Hays, Kan.
July 4 Freedom Celebration – Albuquerque, N.M.
July 9 Huntley Homestead – Huntley, Mont. 
July 15 Gardiner Farms – Tuscumbia, Ala.
July 17 Country Jam USA – Eau Claire, Wis.
July 22 Marshall County Fair Campground – Warren, Minn.
July 29 Jackson County Junior Fair – Cottageville, W.Va.
July 30 Country Tonite Theatre – Pigeon Forge, Tenn.
July 31 Warren Sewell Field – Woodland, Ala.
Aug. 5 Grays Harbor County Fairgrounds – Elma, Wash.
Aug. 7 Crook County Fairgrounds – Prineville, Ore.
Aug. 17 State Fair of West Virginia – Lewisburg, W.Va.
Aug. 26 Minnesota State Fair – St. Paul, Minn.
Aug. 27 Minnesota State Fair – St. Paul, Minn.
Aug. 28 Callaway 200 Bicentennial Bash – Fulton, Mo.
Sept. 24 Showplace Theatre at Riverwind Casino – Norman, Okla.
Sept. 28 Brown County Fair – Georgetown, Ohio
Oct. 15 Watson Lake Park – Prescott, Ariz.
Oct. 16 Heber Valley Fest – Heber City, Utah
Oct. 23 Brazos Valley Fair & Rodeo – Bryan, Texas
Oct. 30 Live Oak County Fair Grounds & Coliseum – George West, Texas

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GRAMMY®, CMA and ACM-winning hitmakers Shenandoah, fueled by Marty Raybon’s distinctive vocals and the band’s skilled musicianship, are celebrated for delivering such hits as “Two Dozen Roses”, “Church on Cumberland Road” and “Next to You, Next to Me” as well as such achingly beautiful classics as “I Want to be Loved Like That” and the GRAMMY® winning “Somewhere in the Vicinity of the Heart” duet with Alison Krauss. Today that legacy continues as original members Marty Raybon and Mike McGuire launch a new chapter in Shenandoah’s storied career with their new record Every Road. Raybon and McGuire formed Shenandoah in 1984 in Muscle Shoals, Alabama with bassist Ralph Ezell, keyboardist Stan Thorn and guitarist Jim Seales. Shenandoah inked a deal with Columbia Records and began establishing a national fan base with their self-titled debut in 1987. However, it was the band’s sophomore effort, The Road Not Taken, that spawned their first top ten hits—“She Doesn’t Cry Anymore” and “Mama Knows.” Shenandoah followed with three consecutive No. 1 hits—“Church on Cumberland Road,” “Sunday in the South” and “Two Dozen Roses.” “The Church on Cumberland Road” spent two weeks at the top of the chart and made country music history as it marked the first time that a country band’s first No. 1 single spent more than one week at the summit. It also helped propel sales of the album to more than half a million units thus giving Shenandoah their first gold album. Shenandoah became known for delivering songs that celebrated the importance of faith and family while reveling in the joys of small town life. “Next to You, Next to Me” topped the charts for three weeks and “Somewhere in the Vicinity of the Heart,” a beautiful duet with Alison Krauss, won a Country Music Association Award for Vocal Event of the year and a GRAMMY® for Best Country Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal. Shenandoah also won the Academy of Country Music’s Vocal Group of the Year in 1991.

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