Shenandoah’s Marty Raybon Opens Up About Struggle With Alcohol Addiction


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Shenandoah are back with their first new music in two decades, delighting fans with their new ballad “That’s Where I Grew Up”—one of three new tracks produced by Jay DeMarcus from Rascal Flatts. It’s wonderful to see the band back in action, and even more so due to the fact that singer Marty Raybon has a powerful story to share: He is a recovering alcoholic who once nearly lost everything due to his addiction.

“I was raised right, I just didn’t do right,” Raybon tells the Tennessean. “From the time I started drinking until I was 31 years old, I probably spilled more liquor than most people my age had drank. How could you have a career and do that?”…click here to continue reading