Saturday, November 15, 2014

In Case You Missed It - News and Tidbits - November 15

Here are news and tidbits from this week in Southern Gospel music -

  • Canton Junction announced the departure of Aaron Crabb yesterday. He was a founding member of the group. Aaron and his wife Amanda relocated to Nashville earlier this year to pastor and found Restoring Hope Church. 
  • Brian Free and Assurance's "Say Amen" was voted the #1 song by the Singing News magazine for 2014. 
  • The Old Paths will have the #1 song to start the new year. "Love Them to Jesus" will be #1 in the January issue of the Singing News.
  • Michael Combs was admitted to the hospital on Thursday afternoon. He was suffering from severe abdominal pains. Doctors discovered that part of his intestinal tract was twisted and not receiving blood supply. They were able to correct it and continue to monitor him but are pleased with his recovery so far.
  • Kelly Nelon Clark is taping the TV show "Resurrection" next week. The drama airs on ABC on Sunday nights. Kelly has appeared as an extra in other shows and has filmed small parts in movies. I will try to let you know when this will air!
  • Karlye and Lexy Hopper (Dean and Kim Hopper's daughters) were involved in a car accident earlier this week. It was a minor accident but neither girl had broken bones, only bruises and a bit shaken up from the accident. 
Anything I've missed?

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