Shenandoah Signs With 8 Track Entertainment

Veteran band fronted by Marty Rayon and Mike McGuire signs new deal with Noah Gordan’s new company.

It won’t be long before there’s new music from iconic country music band Shenandoah. Set to record in Fame Studios in Muscle Shoals, Alabama — where the band got it’s start — Shenandoah today also announced their signing to Noah Gordon’s 8 Track Entertainment to release the forthcoming project (with distribution help from Warner Music’s ADA [Alternative Distribution Alliance]). The band has tallied more than 300 million streams over 8 million combined album singles and 13 chart-topping singles throughout their three-plus decades of making music.

"The most incredible things continue to happen in the life of Shenandoah," explains the band's frontman Marty Raybon. "A very large piece of our moving forward is the signing with 8 Track Entertainment. This in so many ways will enlarge the music reach, even the brand Shenandoah. We are looking forward to the partnership and the work we have before us. 90’s country music is still alive, and we are going to make more of it, just all grown up now."

“I am absolutely delighted to sign Shenandoah to 8 Track Entertainment as Muscle Shoals is where it all began for this group at the outset of their career,” says 8 Track president Noah Gordon. "They will return to FAME to record their next project, scheduled for release in the coming months.”

The band continues to be out on the road celebrating their 35th Anniversary Tour.

Shenandoah 35th Anniversary Tour Dates:
April 14 Nashville, TN Wildhorse Saloon*
April 15 Milwaukee, WI Northern Lights
April 16 Davenport, IA Rhythm City Casino
April 22 Llano, TX Crawfish Open
April 29 Mescalero, NM Inn of the Mountain Gods Resort and Casino*
April 30 Indio, CA Stagecoach
May 6 Winnsboro, SC Carolina Adventure World
May 13 Kenney, TX The Kenny Store
May 14 Gail, TX The Country Store
May 20 Pigeon Forge, TN Country Tonite Theatre
May 21 Louisa, KY Summerfest
May 27 Brownwood, TX Private
May 28 Shreveport, LA Festival Plaza
June 4 Ft. Worth, TX Billy Bobs
June 9 Nashville, TN CMA Fest - Ascend Park *
June 11 Nevada, MO Bushwacker Days
June 14 Eminence, MO Gardiner Farms
June 16 Cedar Park, TX Haute Spot
June 17 Stockdale, TX Watermelon Jubilee
June 24 Chipley, FL Street Festival
July 2 Van Alstyne, TX Downtown Stage
July 3 Alvarado, TX City Festival
July 4 Albuquerque, NM Freedom Fest
July 9 New Salem, ND Morton County Fairgrounds
July 14 Tuscumbia, AL Jimmy Gardiner
July 15 Crete, NE Saline Co. Fair
July 16 Watertown, MN Rib Fest
July 21 Colorado Springs, CO Boot Barn Hall
July 22 McCook, NE Red Willow County Fairgrounds
July 23 Hannibal, MO BBQ Festival
July 28 Rainsville, AL NACC
July 29 Cookeville, TN Dogwood Park
Aug 5 McMinnville, OR Yamhill County Fair
Aug 6 Junction City, OR Five Fourteen Winery
Aug 7 Junction City, OR Five Fourteen Winery
Aug 10 Sioux Falls, SD Sioux Empire Fair*
Aug 13 Hot Springs, AR Magic Springs
Aug 19 Monroeville, IN St. Rose Catholic School
Aug 20 Two Harbors, MN TBD
Aug 26 Gray, TN Appilation Fair
Aug 27 Franklin, GA Heard County Performing Arts Center
Aug 30 Hamilton, MT Ravalli County Fairgrounds
Sept 1 Great Falls, MT Icehouse
Sept 9 Granger, TX Cotton Club
Sept 10 Buda, TX Buck's Backyard
Sept 16 Clay, WV Clay Golden Delicious Festival
Sept 17 Cowan, TN Fall Heritage Fest
Sept 23 Delhart, TX La Rita Performing Arts Centre
Sept 24 Alto, NM Private Event
Sept 30 Rosenburg, TX Ft. Bend Co Fair
Oct 1 Robstown, TX Richard  Borchard Fairgrounds
Oct 7 Gainsville, TN Jackson Co. Airport
Oct 15 Lebanon, OH Waren Co. Fair
Oct 21 Augusta, GA Miller Theatre
Oct 22 Meadville, MS Homochitto River Festival
Oct 28 Sioux City, IA Hard Rock Sioux City
Nov 12 Douglas, GA The Martin Centre
Dec 2 Columbia, TN Mulehouse (Chrismas Show)
Dec 3 Mount Vernon, KY Renfro (Chrismas show)
*Country Comeback Tour