Raybon Brothers
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Raybon Brothers
Raybon Brothers
Origin Florida, United States
Genres Country
Labels MCA Nashville
Bob Carlisle
Marty Raybon
Tim Raybon

The Raybon Brothers was a country duo from Sanford, Florida consisting of brothers Marty Raybon and Tim Raybon. Prior to the duo's inception in 1997, Marty Raybon was the lead singer of the country music band Shenandoah, having left in 1997, before rejoining in 2014.[1]

The Raybon Brothers charted in 1997 with a cover of Bob Carlisle's pop hit "Butterfly Kisses". Their version was a top 40 hit on both the Billboard country music charts and the Billboard Hot 100. A second single, "The Way She's Lookin'", reached the lower regions of the country charts. Since their 1997 disbanding, Marty has assumed a solo career; charting one single on the Hot Country Songs charts with "Cracker Jack Diamond", which peaked at No. 63 in 2000.


Studio albums

Title Album details
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Year Single Peak chart positions Certifications
(sales threshold)
US Country
CAN Country
1997 "Butterfly Kisses" 37 22 36 Raybon Brothers
"The Way She's Lookin'" 64 -- 73
"Falling" (featuring Olivia Newton-John) -- -- 96
"--" denotes releases that did not chart

Music videos

Year Video Director
1997 "Butterfly Kisses" Steven R. Monroe
"Falling" (featuring Olivia Newton-John)


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  2. ^ a b "allmusic ((( Raybon Brothers > Charts & Awards > Billboard Singles )))". Allmusic. Retrieved . 
  3. ^ "Results - RPM - Library and Archives Canada: Country Singles". RPM. Retrieved . 
  4. ^ "American singles certifications - Raybon Brothers - Butterfly Kisses". Recording Industry Association of America.  If necessary, click Advanced, then click Format, then select ', then click SEARCH

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