Tim Lovelace Releases ‘Piano Praise, Volume 1’ to Streaming

Piano Praise, Volume 1, a fan favorite recording from GRAMMY-nominated singer/songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and bestselling comedian Tim Lovelace, is now available on digital platforms via StowTown Records (Provident/Sony Distribution). Previously released on CD, the album’s long-awaited digital debut puts the scope of Lovelace’s keyboard virtuosity—from show-stopping selections to tender songs of quiet reflection—on full display.

Prayers Requested for Joe Chioda

Prayers are requested for long-time Southern Gospel promoter, Joe Chioda.  Joe suffered multiple strokes on both sides of his brain, he currently has pneumonia, and is severely anemic. There are some other health issues, as well.  Though he was in the hospital for about a week, he is home now with home healthcare coming in every day. He is working with a speech therapist and physical therapist.  The family is requesting prayers from the Southern Gospel community for Joe, praying for a full recovery. 

The Cast: Hymns & Classics This Monday Night!

SingingNewsTV invites you to experience your favorite hymns and classic songs sung by some of your favorite singers. The Cast: Hymns and Classics is an exciting concert event on February 28, 2022 at 6 PM Central/7 PM Eastern live from Hillcrest Baptist Church in Lebanon, TN. The concert will be simulcast on SingingNewsTV free to subscribers or as a pay-per-view item.

Martin Cook, Inspirations Founder, Passes Away

Martin Cook, one of Southern Gospel Music's all-time legends, gained his angel's wings and was promoted to Heaven, today, February 23, at 4:50 p.m. from the home of his youngest son, Michael Cook, in Washington, GA. He was 85 years old.

Lynda Randle Makes Her Grand Ole Opry Performance Debut

Celebrating the release of her bestselling new recording, Pilgrim Journey, and the premiere of her first-ever television special, Dove Award-winning singer/songwriter Lynda Randle recently embraced yet another career milestone as she stepped into the iconic “circle” on the stage of Nashville’s Grand Ole Opry.