Adds producer Roger Talley, “I have worked with Sound Street since they began singing. Jarrod Vandersliceand Ryan Bilby have always been great singers and talented communicators. Jaylie inherited the natural, God-given musical talent and is now taking an important role center stage with Sound Street.”
There’s much to be said for clinging to tradition in challenging times — yet there is also a need to move forward, finding new ways to express the Gospel’s unchanging message of deliverance. For many artists, one or the other becomes paramount. To The Old Paths, though, there’s no need to choose; masters of traditional Southern Gospel sounds, they have proven themselves equally sure-footed in delivering the flair of contemporary sounds from other realms of Christian music.
Kenna Turner West underlines the point by offering deep insight into the transformative message of faith with “I’m Not Who I Was”.
Born into the world of music — she’s the daughter of former Blackwood Brothers’ bass singer Ken Turner, and daughter-in-law to Country Music Hall of Famer Dottie West