Rural Rhythm Records has announced a March 26 release for The Back Forty, the next CD from Marty Raybon & Full Circle.
The title was chosen to mark Marty’s 40 years in the music business, reflecting on the next four decades. Raybon brought 5 new songs he co-wrote to this 10-track project, along with classics from Webb Pierce, Randal Hylton and Paul Craft, and new songs from John Schweers and Rusty Goodman.
Marty recorded the album with his road band (Tim Raybon, Chris Wade, Zach Rambo), with assistance from guest artists Tim Crouch, Daniel Grindstaff, John Bradley, Aaron Ramsey, Scott Napier and Tim Laughlin.
We hope to have a chance to discuss The Back Forty with Marty prior to its release later this month.
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