Marty’s First Bluegrass Unlimited #1
Nashville, TN (May 29, 2013) –  Rural Rhythm Records is proud to announce that Marty Raybon’s song “Dirt Road Heartache”, written by Melissa Pierce and Jerry Salley, goes to the #1 position on the June Bluegrass Unlimited song chart.  “Dirt Road Heartache” has been on the Bluegrass Unlimited song chart for eleven months and is from Marty’s SOUTHERN ROOTS & BRANCHES” album released on Rural Rhythm Records in April of 2012.
Grammy artist Marty Raybon
has recorded numerous #1 Country singles with the group Shenandoah and
#1 Country Gospel singles in his solo career.  Now he can add a #1
Bluegrass single, “Dirt Road Heartache”, to
his long list of recording achievements over his 40 year career.  Back
in April of this year, Marty took home 4 CGM (Christian Gospel Music)
awards for Favorite Song, Male Vocalist, Musician & Crossover
Marty Raybon & Full Circle’s recently released single, “That Janie Baker”, from his new album THE BACK FORTY” , released on March 26, 2013 on Rural Rhythm Records, is moving up the charts very fast.  “That Janie Baker”
was #3 in May on the Sirius XM – Bluegrass Junction Most Played Tracks
and #4 in May on the Bluegrass Today Top 20 Monthly Chart.
For more about Marty Raybon visit his website at or visit to learn more about his previous Rural Rhythm albums “SOUTHERN ROOTS & BRANCHES”,” HAND TO THE PLOW” and “THE BACK FORTY”.
Marty Raybon & Full Circle is now on tour in support of “THE BACK FORTY”.  Watch for upcoming news to commemorate Marty’s 40 years as an entertainer.

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