This honor was in the "Gospel Recorded Performance of the Year" category for "Beulah Land." He was also nominated for the coveted "Male Vocalist of the Year
" IBMA award.
Other accolades that he has won in his musical career, which spans four decades, include a 1995 Grammy award (for his collaboration with Alison Krauss), as well as Country Music Association (CMA) and Academy of Country Music (ACM) awards.
Raybon remarked in a press statement, “It is a such an honor to win the IBMA Award for 'Gospel Recorded Performance of the Year.' This the first of many I hope and I am overwhelmed with joy. I am truly proud of the steadfast job from a great record label Rural Rhythm Records, the lyric from a wonderful writer Squire Parsons. I am thankful and humbled at the favor the Lord has shown me.”
To learn more about country and bluegrass musician Marty Raybon, check out his official website