The new album, THE BACK FORTY by Marty Raybon & Full Circle was released today on Rural Rhythm Records. Marty co-wrote five of the tracks including the first single, “That Janie Baker,” that is currently charting on Bluegrass Today’s Weekly Top 20. Fans will want to view the two recently released videos where the Grammy Award Winning artist talks about each song from the album and his 40th Anniversary as an Entertainer.
THE BACK FORTY includes the following tracks:
01 That Janie Baker – Marty Raybon, John Fountain
02 She’s Just An Old Love Turned Memory – John Schweers
03 The Late Night Cry Of The Whippoorwill – Randall Hylton, Paul Craft, Brenda Harrington, Kermit Teague
04 Slowly (I’m Falling) – Webb Pierce, Tommy Hill
05 Look For Me (For I Will Be There Too) – Charles (Rusty) Goodman
06 The Big Burnsville Jail – Marty Raybon, Thom Case, and Michael Bonagura
07 A Little More Sawdust On The Floor – Marty Raybon, John Fountain
08 Only You, Only You – Marty Raybon, John Fountain
09 Hurt Me All The Time – Raymond Maynard, Nelson Terry Skinner,and Lee Larry Wallace
10 Mountain Love – Marty Raybon, Jerry Salley
THE BACK FORTY is now available at Amazon, iTunes, Rural Rhythm Records and more fine retail outlets. Radio can hear the entire album and download it April 1 at AirPlayDirect.com.
Marty is thrilled with the new bluegrass album release and gives credit for his musical style to his Dad who was a fiddle player who performed at bluegrass and country music festivals and events during Marty’s early years. Marty and his brothers actually began their careers as the American Bluegrass Express in the ‘70s.