Happenings in Southern Gospel this week, 2/19/2022


Greater Vision announced it will be part of a Canada & New England Cruise set for September 10-17, 2022.

The Browns have a part-time videographer and editor position open.  We suspect there’ll be some new music videos on the horizon.

This week Ernie Haase & Signature Sound released a new lyric video from for latest release Good to be Home

The Jay Stone Singers Saturday announced the group had to cancel a performance in North Carolina due to, “circumstances beyond our control.” 

The Inspirations made a wedding announcement this week:

The Inspirations were chosen as the cover group this month for The Singing News!

Harold Rochester of The Rochesters celebrated his 88th Birthday this week!

Debra Talley was a guest on the Aging Angst ad Alleluias podcast. Here’s a link if you want to give it a listen.

Congratulations are in order for The LeFevre Quartet’s Jay Parrack and family.  Jay’s daughter Keely tied the knot this month. We wish the new couple the best as they begin this journey!

Reba McEntire is set to release My Chains Are Gone: Hymns and Gospel Favorites. The 12-track record, which includes some of McEntire’s favorite hymns, features several guest artists, including Trisha Yearwood and Kelly Clarkson on “Softly and Tenderly,” as well as The Isaacs on both a medley of “In the Garden” and “Wonderful Peace,” as well as on “It Is Well With My Soul”

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