The Isaacs, one of today’s most respected vocal groups, celebrates its 52nd Annual GMA Dove Award Best Bluegrass/Country/Folk Album of the Year nomination for the 2020 album songs for the times. The awards will be handed out on Friday, October 22nd on TBN. This Friday, August 13, The American Face will be available everywhere you buy or stream music.
Greater Vision is excited to announce the release of its 2017 album, Still, to digital streaming outlets.
The Coffmans have signed with Peace Records and are excited about the release of their debut project, Just Jesus, on the new label. The first single from Just Jesus, “That’s Why He’s Jesus.”
Curb Records is excited to announce a 2021 GRAMMY Award win for The Fisk Jubilee Singers for the album, Celebrating Fisk! (The 150th Anniversary Album), in the Best Roots Gospel Album category.
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
The Kingdom Heirs first release of 2021 finds them uplifting the classic sound on “God Knows How Much Mercy I Need,” from the pen of Southern Gospel Music Hall Of Famer Dianne Wilkinson.
For their first single since the Dove Award-nominated album No Depression In Heaven: The Gospel Songs of the Carter Family, The Chuck Wagon Gang has turned to the world of bluegrass music for a somber, yet ultimately uplifting classic, “I’ve Just Seen the Rock of Ages.”
Daywind Records is honored to release a very special album commemorating 30 years of Greater Vision’s ministry with The Journey.