Saturday, June 27, 2015

In Case You Missed It - News and Tidbits - June 27

Here are some news and tidbit items from this week in gospel music -

  • Dustin Black resigned from Mark Trammell Quartet effective August 3. He will be starting a new ministry in Ireland.
  • Matthew Esquivel joined Paul's Journey as the group's tenor singer. His first concert with them was June 25. He is 21 years old and from Fort Worth, Texas.
  • The family of Buck Rambo issued an open letter to fans this week that he has been battling cancer. Please keep them in your prayers. Here's the full letter from the family.
  • The Bowling Family announced this week that they will start a music fest and talent search in London, Kentucky next year. It will take place May 13-14, 2016 and will feature Adam Crabb, Gold City, Karen Peck & New River, Triumphant Quartet, Jeff and Sheri Easter, the McKameys, Primitive Quartet and Aaron Wilburn.
  • Jake Wood joined Mercy's Well this week. This is the 22-year-old's first full-time position in Christian music though he has experience singing in various local ministries.
  • The final round of voting for the 2015 Singing News Fan Awards is now open. Subscribers can vote online at
  • Prayers requested for Luke White who has been involved in Southern Gospel behind the scenes work for many years. He has been in the hospital with pneumonia and a collapsed lung. 
Anything I've missed?

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