#NewsNuggets: 4-11-16

#NewsNuggets: 4-11-16

Last Week’s Happenings

  • The Troy Burns Family announced that Shane Mathis has joined the group to sing baritone. Mathis replaces Roland Kesterson who left the group to join the Inspirations late last year.
  • Pat Barker announced the launch of PB&J Productions International.

Well….HERE IT IS!!

Posted by Pat Barker on Friday, April 8, 2016

Upcoming Releases
Please let us know if any significant upcoming releases are missing from this list. Note, the dates listed here are distribution dates when music will officially be available through retail and/or online outlets. Some artists may sell their recordings sooner at their concert events or in their own online stores. 

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    April 22 – Bill & Gloria Gaither & Their Homecoming Friends – Let The Glory Come Down (CD)

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    April 22 – Shenandoah – Good News Travels Fast (CD)

  • mark lowry

    May 6 – Mark Lowry – Dogs Go To Heaven (CD/DVD)

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    May 6 – The Perrys – Sing: Highlights From The National Quartet Convention (DVD)

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    May 6 – Ernie Haase & Signature Sound – The Favorite Hymns Of Fanny Crosby (CD)

  • doug

    May 13 – Doug Anderson – The Only One (CD)

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    May 20 – Various Artists – 30 Favorite Piano Hymns (CD)

  • cana

    May 27 – Cana’s Voice – This Changes Everything (CD)

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    June 17 – Ray Stevens – Just A Closer Walk With Thee (CD)

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David Bruce Murray

David Bruce Murray is a church music director in Ellenboro, NC. He is the author of Murray's Encyclopedia Of Southern Gospel Music and the owner of both SGHistory.com and MusicScribe.com. David plays piano for Southern Sounds Quartet and the Foothills Community Choir.

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  1. John Situmbeko
    Reply April 11, 13:28 #1 John Situmbeko

    I am excited about Let the Glory Come Down from Gaither, the release date draweth nigh. It has been a while since Gaither released a Homecoming video. While I am not as thrilled for this audio-only release as I would have been with a DVD, It is the next best thing, and an article I recently read has me yearning for it.




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  2. Darrell
    Reply April 11, 16:10 #2 Darrell

    I am the only one who didn’t realize that Melton Campbell had left the Inspirations again? I must have missed that memo. Interesting tidbit about Roland Kesterson, I heard him probably 10 years ago in a bluegrass gospel band called Set Apart. I believe I still have one of their albums around the house somewhere.




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