Shenandoah Releases New Single “Little Bit Of Livin’”

The band behind the BMG's "Reloaded" album sets the release of their next single from the album after a legendary performance during the 50th anniversary of Country Radio Seminar in Nashville.

31 years after being a part of the iconic New Faces Show at Country Radio Seminar, Shenandoah was back performing in front of CRS crowd at Blake Shelton’s Ole Red. The time between then and now has found the band through label deals and lineup changes but with the return of Marty Raybon to the band a few years back, the band recorded and released an all-new album, Reloaded, via BMG last year. The iconic band recently visited the variety show Huckabee this past weekend to talk bout the album, single and their legacy.

About the song, Marty Raybon had high praise; "The first time I heard the song 'Little Bit of Livin,' it made me think of our hit song, 'Next to You, Next to Me,'" he said. "It's got that fun, bouncy lyric and melody that has folks already singing and clapping along. We've been trying it out a few places, and it seems to be working just fine!"