Shenandoah, Combs team up for "Two Dozen Roses"
Friday, September 22, 2023
– Shenandoah teamed up with Luke Combs for a new version of the group's hit "Two Dozen Roses" via 8 Track Entertainment,
Shenandoah lead singer Marty Raybon delivered the opening lyrics of "Two Dozen Roses," while Combs took the second verse.
Noah Gordon produced the song, which was recorded at Fame Studios in Muscle Shoals, Ala. where the original version was recorded and the longtime home to founding members Marty Raybon and Mike McGuire.
On the song written by Mac McAnally and Robert Byrne, Raybon said to Billboard, "It appears 'Two Dozen Roses' is as big as it ever was and having Luke's vocal on there just proves the timelessness of what folks have felt about this song for years."
"Two Dozen Roses" follows Shenandoah's 2020 album, "Every Road," which featured collaborations with Luke Bryan, Blake Shelton, Ashley McBryde, Dierks Bentley, Lady A, Zac Brown Band, Carly Pearce, Cody Johnson and Brad Paisley.
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