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Shenandoah Teams Up WIth Luke Combs for New Version of "Two Dozen Roses" And Damn Is It Good

Our 90s hearts can't take it and the nostalgia lives on!

Today iconic country group Shenandoah enlists the help of superstar Luke Combs for a fresh new take on their country music cult classic Two Dozen Roses. The track has been the cornerstone of the genre for over two decades, and while the re-fresh wasn't needed we are happy to take it.

With classic country surging in popularity once again, the combo of Luke's country tenor and Shenandoah's Marty Raybon genre defining vocals, the new take offers a yin and yang that we have not seen in country music in some time. The timeless love story will once again be an earworm for more decades to come!

On the song written by Mac McAnally and Robert Byrne, Raybon told Billboard, "It appears ‘Two Dozen Roses’ is as big as it ever was and having Luke’s vocal on there just proves the timelessness of what folks have felt about this song for years."

"Two Dozen Roses" follows Shenandoah's 2020 album, Every Road, which featured collaborations with Luke Bryan, Blake Shelton, Ashley McBryde, Dierks Bentley, Lady A, Zac Brown Band, Carly Pearce, Cody Johnson and Brad Paisley. Garnering national attention from "The Kelly Clarkson Show," People, Rolling Stone Country and more, Every Road marked the group’s 10th studio album, after notching 13 No. 1 hits, charting 26 singles on Billboard country charts and accumulating over 300 million on demand streams.


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