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Shenandoah, "That's Where I Grew Up"

One of the finest country and bluegrass singers of his generation, Marty Raybon returned to his role as lead singer of Grammy-winning band Shenandoah for the release of Reloaded, featuring the group's first new music in two decades. Produced by Rascal Flatts' Jay DeMarcus, "That's Where I Grew Up" is a heart-tugging walk down memory lane where the events of our lives, whether tragic, joyous or, in some cases, completely transformative, define the ways we see ourselves today. Raybon beautifully conveys that emotional complexity in every single tear-stained note of this sweeping, sentimental ballad. S.B.

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