Common Bond Quartet Signs With Chapel Valley Music

Written by SGN Scoops Staff on March 30, 2016 – 10:49 pm -

Common Bond Quartet Signs With Chapel Valley Music

Common Bond Quartet Signs With Chapel Valley Music

Sharps Chapel, TN  – Chapel Valley continues to grow by adding one of today’s top new traditional quartets, Common Bond, to their family of artists. Common Bond, who calls the state of Kentucky home, consists of Rick Melton, Mike Bradshaw, Bryan Stevenson and Kevin Willis. Each of the members have a unique style, however when you put them all together they have a blend that is loved by all that hear them.

Although the group has only been together for a few short years, radio has embraced their music. They consistently hit the Singing News, SGN Scoops and Christian Voice Magazine charts. With their climbing popularity, Common Bond has been booked recently on many of today’s top stages.

“As soon as we heard them, we knew that this quartet could be one of the best new quartets in Southern Gospel Music”, states Chapel Valley Music co-owner Shane Roark. Richard Hyssong, Chapel Valley Marketing and Artist Director also adds, “Common Bond will be a group that you will hear a lot about over the next few years.

They have a recording coming out later this year and a new single going out to radio very soon. I know that the fans and also the southern gospel industry will embrace this group”.

Owner of Common Bond, Rick Melton, is also thrilled about joining Chapel Valley. “We have been hearing and watching this record company for many years. They are dedicated to helping their artists and we have seen the results with the groups that they work with.”

The picture includes the members of Common Bond Quartet along with Richard Hyssong. For more information or booking inquiries go to www.commonbondqt.com. To find out more

information about Chapel Valley go to www.chapelvalleymusic.com


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