Shenandoah releases Blake Shelton collaboration | The Music Universe

Track available on Every Road Nov 13th

GRAMMY, ACM and CMA winning Shenandoah gears up for the release of Every Road on November 13th via Foundry Records through the final instant-grat track, “Then A Girl Walks In” with Blake Shelton, available now. Every Road also includes star power collaborations with Luke Bryan, Ashley McBryde, Dierks Bentley, Lady A, Zac Brown Band, Carly Pearce, Cody Johnson and Brad Paisley.

People.com exclusively premiered a first listen to “Then A Girl Walks In,” written by Adam Sanders, Lance Miller, Brad Warren and Brett Warren, with Tomás Mier writing, “The laid-back and sweet love song showcases Raybon’s trademark vocals, paired perfectly with Shelton’s voice.”

“Blake Shelton is truly a big piece of this new record. His vocals are as solid as a slab of concrete,” frontman Marty Rabon shares.

“We knew Blake must be a Shenandoah fan when he picked one of our songs for the past four seasons in a row on The Voice for his artists to sing, but we never dreamed we’d have the opportunity to actually do a duet with him personally. What a blessing!” adds co-founder Mike McGruire.

“Then A Girl Walks In” is the fourth track released off Every Road. Praised by MusicRow’s Robert K. Oermann for the “rippling production, full group harmonies and lilting atmosphere,” “I’d Take Another One of Those” with Zac Brown Band served as the album’s lead single. Shenandoah debuted the second track, “Every Time I Look At You” with Lady A on “The Kelly Clarkson Show,” while Rolling Stone Country exclusively premiered a first listen to the next track, “If Only” with Ashley McBryde, which Joseph Hudak characterized as a “sweetly nostalgic ballad.” CMT Music is now airing the music video for “Every Time I Look At You.”

Every Road will be Shenandoah’s 10th studio album, and first album of all-new music since 1994, after notching 13 No. 1 hits and charting 26 singles on Billboard country charts throughout their career. Wide Open Country’s Bobby Moore described Every Road, produced by industry veteran Buddy Cannon, as “a thank you from Nashville for such influential Shenandoah hits as ‘Next to You, Next to Me,’ ‘The Church on Cumberland Road,’ ‘Sunday in the South’ and ‘Two Dozen Roses.’”