Shenandoah Celebrates No. 1 For ‘Two Dozen Roses’ With Luke Combs
Pictured (L-R): Track Entertainment’s Noah Gordon, NBA All-Star Kevin Willis, Shenandoah’s Marty Raybon and Mike McGuire, Fame’s Rodney Hall and Shenandoah’s Manager Cole Johnstone
Iconic country group Shenandoah recently gathered at The Mane Room at The University of North Alabama (UNA) to celebrate hitting No. 1 on the iTunes All Genre and Country charts with their reimagined hit “Two Dozen Roses” featuring Luke Combs.
Marking Shenandoah’s first No. 1 in 30 years, the new version of the 1989 hit officially went out to country radio last month as the band’s new single. Shenandoah and Combs recorded the track, produced by Grammy-winning engineer Noah Gordon, at the historic Fame Studios in Muscle Shoals, where the original version was recorded.