Karen Peck + New River continue to make a name for themselves in Gospel music with the release of their brand-new full-length studio album, 2:22, out everywhere now.
Devastated by the damage from the December 10 tornado in Mayfield, Ky., Steven Curtis Chapman and Ricky Skaggs have organized a benefit concert on Sunday, Feb. 20 at 7 p.m. at Heartland Church in Chapman's hometown of Paducah, Ky. Chapman and Skaggs enlisted friends, Jason Crabb, Larry Stewart and more, for the lineup. All proceeds will benefit victims of the tornado via Samaritan's Purse.
Singing News TV recently premiered it's new show, THE HITS, Sung by the CAST!, featuring Brian Free and Assurance, Scott Fowler, Ivan Parker, Pat Barker, High Road, Emily Ann Roberts, Freemans, 11th Hour, Old Paths and more!!!
The home of Jason and Monica Matthews of Southern Gospel family group, The Wilbanks, is a total loss following a fire recent house fire. While their home is gone, no injuries were reported.
SiriusXM's The Message–the popular satellite radio company's sole Christian music channel – recently released its year-end chart for 2021, naming the channel's most-played and popular songs of the year.
After months of seeking God’s direction, the Southern Gospel Music Association is excited to announce an agreement with Biblical Times Theater to house the SGMA Hall of Fame & Museum on their premises located at 2391 Parkway in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee.
SingingNews TV has launched a new program titled Ascending Sounds that focuses on "Artists on the rise!" Ascending Sounds features new artists and artists that are new to you. Great songs and great hearts that want to minister through music take to the stage of Ascending Sounds.
Arnold Wayne Little Jr., of Shady Valley, Tennessee went home to be with his Lord on January 1st, 2022. He passed away after a heroic battle with Covid 19. Wayne was born November 10th, 1961, in Elizabethton.
Rick Price, founder, and owner of New Legacy Project, passed away Thursday morning, December 30, 2021, at the age of 65. Price spent almost fifty years in Gospel music with more than two decades as a member of the Blackwood Brothers Quartet. Price was inducted into the Gospel Music Hall of Fame in 1998.