#NewsNuggets: 3-1-24

by | Mar 1, 2024 | News


Eternal Vision announced the addition of tenor vocalist Doug Brady. Brady has traveled previously with Appointed Quartet and Pacesetters Quartet.

Christian singer Natalie Grant addressed the Tennessee House of Representatives this week supporting the ELVIS Act. Grant stated the bill is important to faith-based artists such as herself. Without it, Grant explained that her voice could be used to say something in opposition to her beliefs, values, and the message she has spread for the last 25 years. The ELVIS Act is the first bill in the nation with a focus on safeguarding the core elements of artistic identity: voices and likenesses from harmful and unethical AI-generated deepfakes.

Singing News Fan Award voting begins today. Click HERE to vote (must be a magazine subscriber or a subscriber to Singing News TV).

The Kentucky Music Hall Of Fame announced their 2024 inductees today. Among the nine nominees is Southern Gospel’s favorite songwriter for 24 of the past 25 years, Rodney Griffin.


February 29 – Zach Williams – Rescue Story: Faith, Freedom, and Finding My Way Home (hardcover)

Click HERE to listen to new March releases on YouTube Music.

The dates listed here are distribution dates when music will officially be available through retail and online outlets. Some titles may be available sooner direct from the artists.

March 7 – Tyler Vestal – Peace: A Hymns Collection

March 8 – The Erwins – Life Story (CD/streaming)


March 15 – The Inspirations – The Legacy Continues (CD/streaming)


March 15 – Barbara Mandrell – Precious Memories: 20 Hymns & Gospel Classics (CD/streaming) (re-issue of a 1989 release by the same title)


March 22 – Scotty Inman – My God (CD/streaming)

Fallen: A Gospel Record for Sinners, DVD - By: Dennis Quaid

March 29 – Dennis Quaid – Fallen: A Gospel Record For Sinners (DVD)

March 29 – Authentic Unlimited – The Gospel Sessions, Vol 2 (CD/streaming)

March 29 – Various Artists – Blue Collar Gospel: Songs from the Pen of Rick Lang (CD/streaming)

April 12 – Legacy Five – Celebrating 25 Years (CD/streaming)

April 19 – Joseph Habedank – Autobiography (CD/streaming)

April 19  – Talk of the Town (CD/streaming)

September – Greater Vision – Title TBA

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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.

1 Comment

  1. Joshua Cromwell

    Can’t wait for Legacy Five’s new Album my favorite song is on there called hello after goodbye.


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