#NewsNuggets: 5-21-21

by | May 21, 2021 | News


Last Saturday, a mural of the Easter Brothers measuring 18X14 feet was unveiled in Mount Airy, North Carolina. The mural appears on the side of the Mayberry Trading Post building. Approximately 200 people attended the ceremony including James Easter, age 89.

The Allegiant Agency will be handling scheduling and tour management for Sue Dodge.

Daywind Music Publishing extended their nine-year relationship with songwriter Jason Cox.

Jason Crabb will perform the National Anthem at the 86th Running of the Carolina Cup, an annual steeplechase horse race to be held tomorrow in Camden, SC at Springdale Racecourse.

Rivergate Talent Agency will be representing The Bibletones of Ellisville, Mississippi.


May 17 – The Coffmans – Just Jesus (CD)
May 21 – Gary Levox – One On One (EP)
May 21 – The Craguns – Nothing But Good (CD)


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.

May 24 – William Lee Golden – Behind The Beard (Book)
June 11 – The Oak Ridge Boys – Front Porch Singin’ (CD/vinyl/digital)
June 18 – Zach Williams – Rescue Story Deluxe Edition (CD/adds six new songs)
June 25 – Gordon Mote – Something Beautiful, Something Good: Songs Of Bill & Gloria Gaither On Piano (CD)

June 25 – Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver – Roundtable (CD)

July 30 – Greater Vision – The Journey (double LP)

August 20 – Brian Free & Assurance – Looks Like Jesus (EP)

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David Bruce Murray

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.


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