The Tim Raybon Band Is “Headed Back To Tulsa” On New Bluegrass Single To Kick Off 2024 – Out Now!

By January 4, 2024 Tim Raybon

Nashville, Tenn. – The Tim Raybon Band has just released their brand new single “Headed Back To Tulsa.” The upbeat and lively recording is the current release from the latest Pinecastle Record project, I Could Get Used To This. The song is available now for airplay, and fans can also download and/or stream the full collection HERE.

“Headed Back To Tulsa” is an infectious bluegrass anthem which was skillfully composed by the talented Tim Raybon. With years of experience in the music industry, Raybon’s distinct style which blends elements of country and bluegrass, is evident in every note of this piece. The cheerful and upbeat tempo of the tune is sure to get the listener’s attention. The song’s catchy melody and heartfelt lyrics are a testimony to Raybon’s exceptional songwriting skills. As you listen to “Headed Back To Tulsa,” you can’t help but feel the joy and passion that went into creating it.

The full I Could Get Used To This album has made waves in the Bluegrass world, producing an impressive four No. 1 hits on Bluegrass Today’s Weekly Airplay Chart. This is just one of many achievements for the band, who have released a total of 11 Number One hits since their debut project, Back To The Country, in 2019. Their consistent success has solidified their position as one of the top acts in the genre. It’s no wonder that critics have given their seal of approval, praising the album as a must-have for music lovers. With its highly acclaimed status and impressive track record, I Could Get Used To This is definitely worth a listen for anyone looking for quality music.

In total, there are 10 recordings featured on I Could Get Used To This. Raybon took his songwriting skills to new heights as well, by either writing or co-writing an impressive nine tracks. Joining Tim on instrumentation throughout the project is Andy Leftwich (fiddle and mandolin), Ben Isaacs (bass), Cody Kilby (guitar), Russ Carson (banjo) and Gaven Largent (banjo and dobro).

To learn more about the Tim Raybon Band, check out their official website While there, fans will be able to check the latest news stories, hear music and more.

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