Marty Raybon, best known for a long string of hits with former band Shenandoah, has a new album that landed on shelves April 6. At His Best was released through Grand Vista Records.
JoAn Anderson Fox heads up Grand Vista Records and is working with Grassroots Promotion and Quarterback Records for radio promotion. Webster & Associates is handling publicity and marketing.
With Shenandoah, Raybon had 13 No. 1 singles, such as: “The Church on Cumberland Road” (1989), “Sunday in the South” (1989), “Two Dozen Roses” (1989), “Next to You, Next to Me” (1990) and “Butterfly Kisses” (1997).
Jo Dee Messina will release her first new material in six years on April 27 as the first in a trilogy of EPs coming throughout the year.
The initial installment, Unmistakable: Love, is a nine-track release comprising seven new songs and two live acoustic cuts. It will be followed later this year by Unmistakable: Drive and Unmistakable: Inspiration. The three EPs (Curb Records) include new music that she co-wrote and co-produced. Fans can pre-order Love at http://www.jodeemessina.com.
Last Tuesday, April 6, Messina debuted her inspirational USTREAM series, Make Something Of It With Jo Dee Messina, via a live feed on her official web site. The series can be seen every Tuesday and Thursday during April and showcases uplifting and positive stories submitted by fans.
On the live front, Messina plans to be on the road through October.