Saturday, May 31, 2014

In Case You Missed It - News and Tidbits - May 31

News items that happened this week in Southern Gospel -

  • The Talleys and Tribute Quartet announced the debut of the "Good News! He's Alive" tour in 2015. The tour will combine the best of both artists and feature unique, crowd-pleasing collaborations, including partnerships with church choirs. Contact the Harper Agency (615-851-4500) to book the tour.
  • Voting is open for the 2014 Diamond Awards. You can vote here
  • The Kingsmen Quartet have announced a Christmas tour starting on November 30. They currently have dates booked for Kentucky, Florida and South Carolina. For those interested in booking them for this tour, contact the Harper Agency
  • Hannah Webb of the Rick Webb Family and Victoria Huggins competed on the American Bible Challenge as part of "Team Crown Jewels" representing the Miss North Carolina Scholarship Pageant Organization. The show aired on Thursday night on the Game Show Network. Their team placed second and won $5,000 for their charity Vs. Cancer Foundation.
  • The Old Paths discovered Friday morning that their trailer was stolen containing sound equipment, product and clothing. The group will be able to fill their dates for the weekend. Pray for them during this time!
  • Pat Barker is releasing a solo album. Corey Pearson posted photos and a video on Facebook yesterday.

Projects Released This Week -
  • The Martins - A cappella
  • Guy Penrod - Worship
  • Devin McGlamery - Captured

Anything that I've missed?


  1. Lauren,
    I have enjoyed this new section of your blog. With Daniel's blog being discontinued, it is encouraging to see others picking up the mantle. Thank you and keep up the great work.

    Shem Koutz

    1. Thank so much! Daniel's blog will be missed and can never be replaced, but I'm trying to do more to keep readers better informed.

    2. You're doing it! Keep up the good work.


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