Rural Rhythm Christian releases new music video by Grammy® Award Winning Artist, Marty Raybon
Powerful new song, “I’ve Seen What He Can Do” hits radio Jan 9, 2012 as first single from upcoming album
Rural Rhythm Christian is very proud to announce the new music video for the powerful new song “I’ve Seen What He Can Do” by Marty Raybon. The song is scheduled to hit radio on Tuesday, January 9, 2012 as the first single release from Marty’s upcoming album HAND TO THE PLOW releasing next year.
The video is now available on Youtube, Godtube, Marty Raybon’s website, Rural Rhythm Christian, Rural Rhythm Records, and many more locations. It was filmed and directed by Sammy Passamano III of Rural Rhythm Records and shot on location at The Grand Inheritance, Gallatin, TN. The video includes a guest starring role by Hannah Cline who plays the daughter.
“I’ve Seen What He Can Do” was produced by veteran Nashville producer Mark Carman and penned by Lee Black, Sue C. Smith, and Kenna West. Musicians include Tim Raybon (harmony vocals); Ron Oates (piano), Mark Carman (piano); Gary Prim (Synthesizer); Gary Prim (Hammond Organ); Lonnie Wilson (drums); Jimmy Carter (bass); Brent Mason (El Guitar); Bruce Watkins (Ac guitar); Sonny Garish (steel guitar); Larry Franklin (fiddle); and Orchestration by Milton Smith. Additional production credits go to: Joe Carrell (Engineer) at TBN Studio, Hendersonville, TN; Voytech Kochanek (Vocal Engineer) at Atlantis Studio, Hendersonville, TN; Nick Baird (Production Assistant); and Alan Silverman (Mastering Engineer) at ARF Mastering, New York, NY. The single was recorded at the Trinity Music City Studio in Hendersonville, TN.
Marty has produced a remarkable list of career accomplishments including: multiple number one singles; top selling albums; CMA, ACM, IBMA and Grammy® awards; along with scores of other accolades. Collectively, his contributions to the recording industry have sold well into the millions and he has performed literally thousands of live concerts around the globe. He is well known for his role as lead singer of the band Shenandoah (1985-1996) and recorded his first solo album, Marty Raybon in 1995.
For more on Marty Raybon including upcoming tour dates and news, please MartyRaybon.com
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