Marty Raybon Nominated for Seven CGM Fan Awards
By: Roughstock Staff
Rural Rhythm Records artist Marty Raybon was the leading nominee today when the CMG Fan Awards were announced with seven nominations. He was nominated for favorite soloist, favorite male vocalist, favorite crossover artist, favorite musician, favorite song for "I've Seen What He Can Do", Favorite album for "Hand To The Plow") and, finally, living legend. Marty's producer Mark Carman also received a CGM Fan Award Nomination for favorite producer. Marty's album also was nominated in the SGM Fan Award nomination for Favorite Album for "Hand To The Plow".
The CGM Fan Awards are presented by Christian Voice Magazine annually (part of two fan-based award cycles) to honor industry professionals in both Country Gospel Music (CGM) and Southern Gospel Music (SGM). Fans can view the complete list of Top 10 nominees and cast their vote at Christian Voice Magazine.
Marty Raybon released a pair of albums in 2012 for his new label Rural Rhythm Records, his third bluegrass album Southern Roots And Branches and his sophomore Country Gospel album Hand To The Plow through their Rural Rhythm Christian division. Raybon is the Grammy-winning former lead vocalist of Platinum-selling band Shenandoah and scored hits like "Somewhere In The Vicinity Of The Heart" and "Ghost In This House."