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Shenandoah gets "Reloaded"

Monday, February 5, 2018 – Shenandoah will get "Reloaded" with an album of live hits and three songs, due out March 16 on BMG.

The hits were recorded on tour last year, while the three new songs were produced by Rascal Flatts'Jay DeMarcus.

"We had always wanted to capture our show live," Raybon told Billboard. "I think it's a way of getting a little more of an insight into the artist, what they are all about, and what their show consists of. I think it's a great way to advertise what you do so that people will come out to see you."

Songs on the CD are:
1. Next To You, Next To Me (LIVE)
2. If Bubba Can Dance, I Can Too (LIVE)
3. The Moon Over Georgia (LIVE)
4. Mama Knows (LIVE)
5. Sunday In The South (LIVE)
6. I Want To Be Loved Like That (LIVE)
7. Ghost In The House (LIVE)
8. Two Dozen Roses (LIVE)
9. The Church On Cumberland Road (LIVE)
10. Noise
11. That's Where I Grew Up
12. Little Bit of Livin

"Noise" is the band's new single.

The group also is launching a 30th anniversary tour this year. Dates are:
Feb. 16 Black River Coliseum' Vets Fundraiser - Poplar Bluff, Mo.
Feb. 17 Milltown Music Hall - Breman, Ga..
Feb. 24 Grand Ole Opry - Nashville, Tenn.
March 22 Brauntex Performing Arts Theatre - New Braunfels, Texas
March 23 Municipal Auditorium - Greenville, Texas
March 24 Sugar Creek Casino Hinton, Okla.
April 12 Pigeon Forge, Tenn. - Dollywood
April 14 Swisher Hospital Fundraiser - Tulia, Texas
April 20 Ho Chunk Casino - Black River Falls, Wisc.
April 21 New Barn Convention Center - Winchester, Ohio
April 28 - Boots & Badges Fundraiser - Lubbock, Texas
May 4 Gilley's Choctaw Casino - Polola, Okla.
May 12 Niswonger PAC - Greenville, Tenn.
May 18 Camp Douglas Armed Forces - Camp Douglas, Wisc.
May 26 City of Grafton Celebration - Grafton, W.V.
June 2 Leon County Expo Center - Buffalo, Texas
June 9 Downtown Carlsbad - Carlsbad, N.M.
June 16 Cameron Elks Lodge' Fundraiser - Cameron, Mo.
June 17 Porterfield Country Music Festival - Marinette, Wisc.
June 22 Rockbox Theater - Fredericksburg, Texas
June 23 - Texas Opry Theater - Weatherford, Texas
June 30 Tolchester Marina - Chestertown, Md.
July 7 The Smiling Goat Saloon - Zanesville, Ohio
July 14 Moonshine Ranch - Ranger, Texas
July 21 - Private Birthday Event for Hagees - San Antonio, Texas
July 28 Dundy County Fair - Benkelman, Neb.
Aug. 1 Gallia County Fair - Gallipolis, Ohio
Aug. 22 Grange Fair - Centre Hall, Pa.
Aug. 25 Tivoli Theatre - Chattanooga, Tenn.
Sept. 1 Loretta Lynn Ranch - Hurricane Mills, Tenn.
Sept. 8 The Coyote Store - Gail, Texas
Oct. 5 Come And Take It Celebration - Gonzales, Texas
Oct. 11 The Ritz Theatre - Greenville, Ala.
Oct. 19 Country Tonite Theatre - Pigeon Forge, Tenn.
Nov. 8 Center for Rural Development - Somerset, Ky.
Nov. 24 The Caverns - Pelham, Tenn.

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