#NewsNuggets: 7-21-17

#NewsNuggets: 7-21-17

This Week’s Happenings

  • The Mark Trammell Quartet announced that keyboard player Trevor Conkle has joined the group. Conkle traveled previously with the Hoppers.
  • MARK209 announced the addition of bandleader Josh Pope who will play both keyboard and guitar for the group.
  • The Music City Show producers announced season six tapings will take place in Nashville, Tennessee on July 24 and 25. Less than 100 seats for the studio audience are available on a “first-come, first-serve” basis only to those who email their request to tickets@themusiccityshow.com. Participating artists include B J Thomas, Mark Lowry, the Nelons, T. Graham Brown, Michael English, the Perrys, Tribute Quartet, Cody McCarver and more.

Prayer Request

  • Please keep former Stamps and current Songfellows baritone Ed Hill in your prayers. According to Songfellows lead singer, Robert Jones Jr., Ed is having some medical issues. Doctors are still determining a diagnosis.

Trivia Nugget

  • Pop & Mom Lewis eloped in 1925. Their marriage lasted 77 years. The family legacy continues today through The Little Roy & Lizzy Show, Jeff & Sheri Easter, Lewis Tradition, and Madison & Shannon.

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 large online outlets. Some titles may be available sooner direct from the artists.

  • August 4 – Gold City – Treasures Of Gold (CD)

  • August 4 – Greater Vision – Still (CD)

  • August 4 – Cana’s Voice – Live At Champion Forest (DVD)

  • August 4 – Third Day – Revival (CD/CD Deluxe Edition)

  • August 11 – Alan Jackson – Precious Memories (Multi Disc CD reissue/DVD reissue)

  • August 18 – Mark Lowry – What’s Not To Love (CD)

  • August 18 – Various Artists – Singing News Top 10 2017 (CD)

  • August 25 – Goodman Revival – Still Happy (CD)

  • August 25 – Various Artists – 30 Favorite Bluegrass Instrumentals (CD)

  • August 25 – Gold City – The Daywind Years: A Collection Of Hits From 1997-2001

  • September 1 – Mark Trammell Quartet – Great Moments (CD)
  • September 8 – Cathedrals – Radio Days (CD reissue)

  • September 8 – Cathedrals – Alive! Deep In The Heart Of Texas (DVD reissue)

  • September 15 – Collingsworth Family – That Day Is Coming (DVD)

  • September 15 – Michael English – Love More (CD)

    September 29 – Tim Lovelace – Living In A Coffee World (DVD/CD)

  • September 29 – A Question Of Faith (film featuring Jaci Velasquez and Amber Nelon Thompson)

  • September 29 – Kingdom Heirs – The Last Big Thing (CD)

     

  • October 20 – The Perrys – A Very Perry Christmas (CD)

     

  • October 20 – Doug Anderson – Back Porch Christmas (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. Damon
    Reply July 24, 10:55 #1 Damon

    Kingdom Heirs – The Last Big Thing 9/29/17

    The Last Big Thing The Perrys – A Very Perry Christmas 10/20/17

    Doug Anderson – Back Porch Christmas 10/20/17

    source: christianbook.com




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  2. Jeff
    Reply July 24, 20:48 #2 Jeff

    Does anyone know what channel Music City Show airs on now.? I’ve seen it listed as NRB network, Rural Network and TCT. These networks no longer carry this show. Thank you.




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  3. Darrell
    Reply July 24, 22:59 #3 Darrell

    In reading comments on a video that the Anchormen posted on their facebook page today, it appears that Terry Carter left about a month ago and has been replaced by Nathan Potts, formerly of the PromisedLand Quartet. No official announcement has been made, as far as I can tell. So maybe this should be considered an “unofficial” News Nugget. :-)




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