A 19-year veteran of the publication, Danny Jones is the Editor in Chief of Singing News. During his tenure he has authored three barely successful books that offer inside (and often humorous) looks at the world of Southern Gospel Music. He also currently serves as the Executive Director of The Southern Gospel Music Association.
Your thoughtfulness will brighten his day!
They never seem to be around when I'm loading up after the concert! LOL!
I'm writing this from way up north. Like, WAY up north.
You can bet it was on everyone's minds.
The building stands empty, and for the first time since late 1994, 330 University Hall Drive, Boone, NC 28607, is no longer the address of Singing News Magazine.
A few general thoughts.
In the midst of packing of the Boone (North Carolina) Singing News office, it was discovered that we’re missing a copy of the November 1984 issue.
Though you've probably read this before (it also appeared in Singing News), the message contained in Roger's words is timeless.
"I love y'all and everything, but I don't want my group on the cover of Singing News."
I've discovered that time will quickly get away if one is not careful.
People who have been following Southern Gospel music for several decades know that I'm referring to a record label that was once owned by Word Music.
I received several well-crafted emails from some of Southern Gospel music's songwriters and people with very in-depth knowledge of the business.