Luke Combs has teamed up with legendary country band Shenandoah for a revamped version of the band’s hit song “Two Dozen Roses.”
In June, Shenandoah left fans buzzing with anticipation as they shared a studio snapshot featuring lead singer Marty Raybon alongside Luke Combs. Many speculated that they might be working on “Two Dozen Roses,” a song Combs frequently performs during his concerts as a band introduction.
Finally, on Thursday morning (September 14), Shenandoah took to social media to confirm the much-awaited collaboration between the two musical powerhouses.
“We are absolutely tickled to death to announce that we will be releasing a brand new version of Two Dozen Roses with the one and only Luke Combs,” the announcement on social media read. The new version dropped on September 22.
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Story Behind The Song “Two Dozen Roses”
“Two Dozen Roses” is a classic country ballad originally released by Shenandoah in 1989. The song, written by Mac McAnally and Robert Byrne, quickly became an anthem of enduring love. Its heartfelt lyrics and soulful melody struck a chord with listeners, propelling it to the top of the charts.
Over the years, “Two Dozen Roses” has not only stood the test of time but has also inspired various artists to cover and reinterpret this touching tale of devotion. Its timeless theme continues to resonate, making it a beloved staple in the country music repertoire.