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Marty Raybon On The Cover Of The Direct Buzz

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The Direct Buzz May 2013Nashville, TN -- Rural Rhythm Records is proud to announce that AirPlay Direct’s current issue of the Direct Buzz Magazine showcases Marty Raybon on its cover as the “Artist Feature." The feature focuses on the release of Marty's new CD, and his 40 years entertaining audiences around the world.

Marty Raybon is the first artist ever to have a “Top 10” album on three different AirPlay Direct Album Charts at the same time. For the month of April Marty was #2 on the AirPlay Direct “Top 50” Christian / Gospel Album Chart, was #3 on the AirPlay Direct “Top 50” Bluegrass / Folk Album Chart and was #5 on the AirPlay Direct “Top 50” Cross Genre Album Chart!

“I am truly excited to watch an artist of the caliber of Marty Raybon grow, evolve and not only remain relevant… but continue to inspire. This is what dreams are made of. I am truly honored and proud to call Marty Raybon my friend,” said Robert Weingartz, Chairman & CEO AirPlay Direct and Publisher & Founder of the Direct Buzz.

Marty Raybon has crossed many genres of music in his 40 year career as evidenced by him recently winning 4 CGM (Christian Gospel Music) Fan Awards presented by Christian Voice Magazine. Marty was honored with CGM Awards for Favorite Song, Male Vocalist, Musician & Crossover Artist at the April 27th ceremony.

The Back Forty features the new single “That Janie Baker" and comes on the heels of Marty’s two previous releases on Rural Rhythm including Southern Roots & Branches, which contains the bluegrass hit single, “Dirt Road Heartache”. Raybon's country gospel album, Hand to the Plow (Rural Rhythm Christian), had two chart topping songs, “I’ve Seen What He Can Do” and “I’m Working on A Building”, featuring vocals by Jimmy Fortune, T. Graham Brown and Trace Atkins.

For more information on Marty Raybon & Full Circle, please visit www.martyraybon.com

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