Shenandoah will released a revamped rendition of their iconic 1989 anthem, ‘Two Dozen Roses’, featuring a blockbuster set of guest vocals from Luke Combs.
The Alabama-based group confirmed the new collaboration across their socials, with the highly anticipated duet due to be released on Friday, September 22.
‘Two Dozen Roses’ appeared on Shenandoah's classic album, The Road Not Taken, which also produced chart-toppers such as ‘The Church On Cumberland Road’ and ‘Sunday in the South’.
The smooth, heartbroken track has blossomed into one of the definitive country songs from the late 80's, and remains one of Shenandoah's most recognisable tracks to date.
Luke Combs and Shenandoah's lead singer, Marty Raybon, teased a photo from the studio earlier in the summer, with fans immediately speculating that a collaboration must be on the cards. Many predicted it would be a new version of ’Two Dozen Roses’, given the fact that Combs often performs the legendary track as part of his live setlist.
Shenandoah are no strangers to star-studded collaborations, with the Grammy-winning band having released nine electrifying duets in 2020 as part of their Every Road album.
The project included joint tracks with Cody Johnson, Carly Pearce, Luke Bryan, Zac Brown Band, Brad Paisley, Lady A, Blake Shelton, Ashley McBryde and Dierks Bentley.
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