Singer Goes to South America with Renowned Children’s Charity Compassion International
Marty Raybon with his Friend, Raoul
Nashville, TN (September 2, 2011) — Country Star Marty Raybon now knows first- hand, the difference a little compassion can make. The former lead singer of 90’s super group, Shenandoah, recently spent a week in Colombia with renowned children’s charity, Compassion International.
”There have been moments in my life when I realized it was more than just an event I was part of,” Raybon says of his experience in Colombia. “It changed my perspective of understanding that the needs of others are greater than my own.”
Raybon sang lead for Shenandoah from 1985 – 1996. During that time the group recorded nine studio albums and charted a string of top-10 songs including five number ones. Raybon also helped Shenandoah secure several awards including the Academy of Country Music’s Vocal Group of the Yearin 1991. Continue reading →
Marty Raybon & others will also be there to Praise The Lord With Jason Crabb
Trinity Broadcasting Network Show AIRS Friday, April 29 at 9 p.m. CDT / 10 p.m. EDT
Nashville, TN (April 28, 2011) — Two-time Inspirational Country Music’s Duo of the Year (2010, 2009), The Roys, recently shared the stage with The Bowling Family, Steve Hurst, Marty Raybon and Ricky Skaggs as they joined show host and multiple Dove Award winner Jason Crabb to tape Praise The Lord. The Trinity Broadcasting Network show will air tomorrow, Friday, April 29 at 9 p.m. CDT / 10 p.m. EDT, stream online (www.tbn.org), and be archived as well for future viewing.
The Roys’ appearance is their first on the show, and the duo performed four songs from their current Rural Rhythm Records’ CD, LONESOME WHISTLE. Viewers can catch The Roys singing Give A Ride To The Devil; I Wonder What God’s Thinking; High Road and That’s What Makes It Love. “We are so blessed,” says Elaine. “Appearing on
Praise The Lord gave us the opportunity to acknowledge where all of these good things in our lives came from.” For Lee, the appearance was a natural. “We are constantly reminded of how fortunate we are,” he comments. “To be able to publicly offer up praise is a blessing to us both.” Continue reading →