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Zach Williams: Singer, Songwriter, Grammy winner

Written by Staff on April 16, 2018 – 12:27 pm -

Zach Williams: Singer, Songwriter, Grammy winner

Zach Williams: Singer, Songwriter, Grammy winner

When Zach Williams’ hit “Chain Breaker” was announced as the winner of the Best Contemporary Christian Music Album at this year’s Grammy Awards, it was the latest and greatest honor in Williams’ meteoric rise to the top of the Christian

music genre.

 

A native of Jonesboro, Ark., Williams was not even signed to a record label when he co-wrote “Chain Breaker,” the international hit that held the No. 1 position on charts for 15 consecutive weeks and achieved official Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) gold certification.

 

“I had been in Nashville for a week, writing,” Williams said. “I wasn’t signed to a label. I was just coming over as a guest to write songs. It was at the end of a week. I was ready to go home. I was ready to see my family. I was tired. I had nothing that I honestly was bringing in at that point.

 

March 2018 SGNScoops Magazine

March 2018 SGNScoops Magazine

“Then, I met Mia (Fieldes, co-writer of “Chain Breaker”) for the first time. She had this super strong personality. She was just on fire when she came in, and we got to talking. I was sharing my story and my testimony with her. My wife and I were involved in a prison ministry at that time, so we were really excited about where we were then. Jonathan Smith, (“Chain Breaker” co-writer) turned around to the piano and just played a little something, and I went ‘play that again.’

And when he did, the words to ‘Chain Breaker’ just started coming. ‘If you’ve been walking the same old road for miles and miles. If you’ve been hearing the same old voice tell the same old lies.’ That was one of those songs that was literally almost written in 15 minutes.

 

It was on Williams’ mind after the writing session.

 

Zach Williams: Singer, Songwriter, Grammy winner“All the way home to Arkansas, I was just praying that God would just use that song and that people all over the world would be able to hear it,” Williams shared. “And a few months later, the label heard that song and offered me a record deal.”

 

After the song was written, Williams said that he wasn’t sure how it would be received by Christian audiences.

 

“I thought maybe it was too rock or too country to resonate with Christian music audiences,” he said. “I didn’t think it would get played on Christian radio. Nobody knew who I was. I didn’t know how people were going to react to it.”

 

After the song’s mega success on the contemporary Christian charts, the song was later covered by several Southern gospel artists, including Triumphant, the Gaither Vocal Band and soloist Steve Ladd.

 

The song also speaks to Williams’ own story of redemption. After using drugs and alcohol for years, he was known as a partier. In 2012, God intervened, and he quit the rock band that he was a part of it, instead electing to begin a new Christ-centered life off the road. But the way that Christian songs had helped him in his journey continued to stoke the desire to sing.

 

Zach Williams: Singer, Songwriter, Grammy winnerIn the release of “Chain Breaker,” Williams said that one of his chief hopes is that the song ministers to non-believers, as well are those who are already saved.

 

“Obviously, I hope it can inspire people who are already believers,” he said. “But for anyone who isn’t saved, they need to know that there is someone out there who can break their chains and help them with these problems that they have in their life and completely make them brand new.

 

“For Christians, for believers, I think we get in our day-to-day routine where we’re just checking it (items) off our list. We’re going to church on Sunday, because it is good for our business … it’s good for the other people around to see. It becomes just like doing the laundry. Going to church, leaving, going home … and completely not having a relationship with the Lord. You’re coming out of church with the same mess that you Zach Williams: Singer, Songwriter, Grammy winnerwent in with. So, I think a lot of believers have just forgotten what it was like the day they got their chains broken.”

 

Though Williams says he can’t define his music under just one genre – “maybe some Southern roots gospel,” he says – he hopes that his music appeals to listeners of Southern gospel, contemporary Christian, and other genres equally.

 

“I want these songs to have the opportunity to minister to everyone,” he said.

 

Although “Chain Breaker” was a hard act to follow, Williams’ second single off of his debut album, “Old Church Choir,” also ascended to No. 1 on the charts, where it stayed for 20 weeks. With his recent successes, Williams became the first debut artist to have back-to-back singles reach No. 1.

 

“All glory to God,” he said. “It’s just incredible.”

By Justin McLeod

First published by SGNScoops Magazine in March 2018.

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THE MARTINS Are STILL STANDING and Celebrating an All-new Release Following Tandem Jump

Written by SGN Scoops Staff on April 16, 2018 – 10:07 am -

THE MARTINS Are STILL STANDING and Celebrating an All-new Release Following Tandem Jump

THE MARTINS Are STILL STANDING and Celebrating an All-new Release Following Tandem Jump

NASHVILLE, Tenn. —On April 11th, recording artists The Martins joined the U.S. Army Recruiting Battalion Nashville list of tandem jumpers as the Army Golden Knights returned to middle Tennessee.  The multi-GRAMMY® and Dove-nominated trio took to the air together, rising to an altitude of around 12,500 feet above the earth and performed tandem jumps from their plane, falling at speeds in excess of 120 mph.

The siblings–Judy Martin Hess, Joyce Martin Sanders and Jonathan Martin–collectively known as The Martins, enjoyed smooth landings and found they were “still standing,” as they applauded the Army Golden Knights team and also announced their all-new studio recording entitled Still Standing (Gaither Music Group).

“One of the things that’s amazing to me is that we are still creating music that we love,” stated Joyce. “We are not tired of doing this; we love being together; and we still have the capability to communicate what we want to say and to see those things come together in a creative and inspiring way.  We are grateful to have recorded some good things in the past that we have loved singing. To still be able to record new music and be proud of it is exciting. It’s the same story…but a new chapter for us.”  

This new chapter, set to release worldwide on July 13th, showcases the soaring vocal stylings and impeccable blends that have transcended musical genres and garnered The Martins two GRAMMY® nominations and eight GMA DOVE Awards and made them a household name among Christian music enthusiasts.  Still Standing, produced by award-winning singer/musician/producer Gordon Mote, finds the group continuing to explore musically while maintaining the three-part harmonies that have taken them from the stages of Carnegie Hall to the White House.
“We have worked with Gordon for years–on stage, watching him do what he does,” described Joyce, “but working with him behind the board was completely different. He hears things we don’t hear—even the ‘Martin harmonies.’ We had to learn how to do those a little bit differently.  He would show us parts he wanted—still three parts and still tight, but he made them fresh and new.” 
“It’s always exciting to have something new to sing and new to say,” stated Judy.  “It doesn’t take away from the old, but it always feels good to be moving forward.”  
That “move forward” with Still Standing includes the uniquely-penned song “Beautiful,” written by Joyce, Kenna Turner West and Don Poythress.  “It was written from the perspective of me singing the first verse to Jonathan about Jonathan,” Joyce described. “Jonathan and I sing the second verse to Judy about her.  Judy sings the third verse to me about me.  We are singing it for other people but also to each other.  I knew that’s what I wanted to write, and I co-wrote it with Don and Kenna.  They understood my vision and helped me craft it perfectly.  It’s us singing our stories.  God has taken all of our valleys and turned them into something beautiful.  He is still using us.” 
“I think one of the reasons we are out here is to tell our story,” stated Judy.  “We want to let other people know that God is what they are looking for, whatever they are going through. He has the answers to all of our questions.  He has done so much for us. We are singing to each other about personal circumstances with the song ‘Beautiful.’  I’m so glad we recorded it. It’s not just a blanket statement. It’s our stories.” 
Jonathan’s story also seems to be captured with “Good,” a song written by Dave Barnes on which Jonathan is featured.  “God truly has been good to me,” he shared. “I am glad to have my children, my wife, my family and my sisters.  As I look at my life now as a husband, a son, father and brother, I can say that life has not always been easy; but it has been good. This song expresses what I’ve experienced better than I could have said it.   
“We need to be reminded that God’s hand has been in our lives in the twists and turns.  I think this recording will also remind listeners of that.  We want them to know that He uses everything for good and to develop the character of Christ in our lives.”  

The new recording follows the group’s recording A Cappella (Gaither Music Group), which received a 2015 GRAMMY® nomination for Best Roots Gospel Album, debuted at #2 on the Southern Gospel chart and landed at #17 on the Contemporary Christian Music chart according to Nielsen Soundscan.

Still Standing will be exclusively distributed by Capitol Christian Distribution and Universal Music and will available in the general marketplace and at retail and digital outlets worldwide including iTunes, Amazon, www.gaither.com and www.martinsonline.com.

The new recording will air as part of a special TV offer on RFD-TV, TBN, Gaither Television Network, PBS, DISH TV, DirecTV, FamilyNet, CTN, GMC, GMTN, Guardian, Liberty, TCT and TLN. It will air in Canada on Vision TV, CTS, The Miracle Channel and Hope TV.  It will be promoted via a social media campaign, positioned in retail/e-tail outlets everywhere, featured in the Gaither Catalog Collection and on the Gaither web site and aired on the “HOMECOMING Weekly” program on Sirius XM.

To see a video of The Martins during their skydive and hear the title song from the new release visit: https://www.facebook.com/Gaithermusic/videos/10155978366551187/

To keep up with the latest happenings with The Martins, visit www.martinsonline.com, connect with them at facebook.com/martinsonline or follow them on Twitter: @martinsonline


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Rooted With Billy Huddleston

Written by scoopsnews on April 15, 2018 – 6:25 am -

Touching Jesus
Part Two

Last week we began a journey with some men that needed to get their friend to Jesus. Touching Jesus was all that mattered. So, let’s jump back into the story . . .

Whatever it Would Take

“And when they could not come near Him because of the crowd . . . ”
(Mark 2:4)

They start their journey. Gently—but firmly—they each take a corner of the mat that’s connected to wooden poles and lift. They begin to carry this man to the place where Jesus is. How far did they have to walk? Was it a few blocks or a few miles?
Obviously, the distance wasn’t a concern to them. The issue? Get to Jesus! Their arms become fatigued. Pain sears through their lower backs, and they’re realizing how difficult it is to carry a human across rocky paths,
up hills,
down dusty roads,
and through narrow streets.
Finally, they reach the home.
Now, their hearts sink.
They see the house. And they see the crowd spilling out the door and huddling around the windows. How will they ever get inside? They realize the nature of the crowd and the stature of a paralytic. They have to try.
Jesus was in the house!
​Touching Him is all that matters.
​They edge their way to the door.
​Desperation has now become personified.
​​It’s their heartbeat. It’s the sweat on their brows.
​​It’s the agony piercing through their strained muscles.
​They inch their way along the outside, but the crowd is ruthless. Someone screams, “Hey! We were here first.”
Another, “If we could move forward, we would! We can barely see and hear what’s going on. So, stop pushing.”
​They can’t get in.
​They don’t give up.
Desperation’s heartbeat only pulsates faster.
​Rocks inside their open-foot sandals have rubbed their feet raw.
​​Their palms, sweaty and burdened from the weight, slip on the poles holding the mat. The four men tighten their grip and clench their teeth in conjunction with the muscle spasms. They are burden bearers.
Jesus is in the house!
They will not give up.
​Desperation is alive.

“ . . . they uncovered the roof where He was . . . ” (Mark 2:4)
Unstoppable
​They exert the effort to carefully carry this man up the stairs toward the flat roof. Desperation pushes each one of the eight individual feet up each stair.
The mat hits the wall.
One of the four men trips.
​Regaining their balance, they continue up the stairs until finally reaching the roof. They’re actually on top of the house!
​Let’s watch as they lay this man down. No time is wasted. They immediately spring into action. They’re surveying the roof trying to find the exact location where Jesus is teaching. It wouldn’t do any good to lower him toward the back or middle of the house. They’ve already seen the crowd’s response. That won’t be good enough. They need to get to Jesus!
When they find where He is, their action continues as they begin to “unroof” the roof. With their bare hands they begin prying loose the tiles.
It’s hard work.
It’s painful work.
Nails are turned back.
Flesh is sliced as they uncover the roof.
But the price is worth the cost as they work to get this man, this burden to Jesus.

“So when they had broken through. . . .” (Mark 2:4)

​When the tiles are removed, the thatch that makes up the roof is exposed. They will not allow this barrier to stop them.
Jesus is in the house.
​Touching Him is all that matters.
​ Desperation.
On all fours—and with Navy Seal Team Six precision—they begin to remove the barrier. With bare hands they dig. And they dig. And they dig.
Can you imagine being on the inside of the house at this point? You’re captivated by Jesus presence. You’re hanging on every word. Then, you begin to hear scratching from the roof. Squirrels? Raccoons?
You try to ignore it when something suddenly hits your shoulder. You brush it away as another piece hits you on the head. What in the . . . All of a sudden, another piece hits the ground as light begins to shine down. Your attention is now focused upward as you watch dust particles in the light coming from a hole in the roof!
The roof is caving in. The crowd pushes back as you see four sets of hands tearing through the roof; four sets of hands digging through until they begin to lower a mat right to the feet of Jesus.

Target Reached

“ . . . they let down the bed on which the paralytic was lying” (Mark 2:4)

​Hanging over the edge of the hole, they begin to carefully lower this man to Jesus’ feet.
​Jesus was in the house.
​Touching Him was all that mattered.
​When the crowd wouldn’t let them through the door,
​they uncovered the roof.
​They had to get to the Artist.
​What an incredible picture.
​What beautiful desperation.

Let’s Get Personal
​We have a lot to consider with this, don’t we? First of all, these four men give us a magnificent picture of genuine friendship. They also demonstrate their willingness to be burden bearers. And they display an intense desperation to have a legitimate encounter with Jesus.
​We also learn a lot from the paralyzed man’s situation. When it seemed impossible for him to get to Jesus, Jesus moved the right men into his life to bring him to the Great Physician.
​Can you relate?
​It’s about you.
​At times does it feel as though the distance between you and Jesus is just too far? The journey too difficult? The odds stacked against you are too high?
​That’s why sometimes we need a little help from friends.
​Real friends will move you closer to Jesus.
​Whatever it takes.

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Urgent Prayer Request for Richie Rose

Written by scoopsnews on April 14, 2018 – 7:17 pm -

Urgent Prayer Request for Richie Rose

Our friend Richie Rose (East Ridge Boys) is in need of prayer!  He was recently diagnosed with Guillian-Barre Syndrome which is an auto immune condition that causes your immune system to attack your nerves.

Richie is in ICU in Lexington, KY. Saints, please stop what you are doing now and pray.

Richie is a DJ at WKVG in Kentucky.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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Please Pray For Carman

Written by SGN Scoops Staff on April 14, 2018 – 3:13 pm -

Please Pray For Carman

Please Pray For Carman

PLEASE PRAY: MONDAY GOING TO MT. SINAI HOSPITAL IN NYC FOR MORE INTENSE CANCER TREATMENT:

The senior Doctor at UAMS Arkansas told me that if January tests are the same since I started in 2014 then he would declare me cured. They tested 3 million cells. Since 2014 I’ve tested at .001 for questionable cancer cells. This time the test went from .001 up to .05. So it moved up in the wrong direction. I’m still technically cancer free but I’m going back to my original Doctor, .Dr. Bart Barlogie who moved to Mt. Sinai Hospital in NYC. Dr. Barlogie founded the center in Arkansas and believes Multiple Myeloma is curable. He wants “zero” cancer cells. So folks, it’s still an ongoing fight. In the beginning they told me I had 3-5 years of life in 2013. My hopes were very high to be listed as medically cured on paper.
Monday my wife Dana and I fly to NYC to begin a grueling week of tests ending with my first visit to perform at Dollywod on the 22nd. No matter what the tests or the doctors say I will continue to win souls and encourage people’s faith in Jesus. We never know how much time we have left and I certainly don’t want to waste any of my days just singing songs when I can also populate the kingdom of heaven with more friends for eternity. I’m asking for your prayers for courage and that God infuses me, once again, with that steely determination so needed, to fight this dreaded pestilence of cancer. I know I’m at the 5 year limit of my allotted time but I’m fighting for more years to get more souls into the kingdom of God. I just want the Lord to say, when I stroll through the gates, “Well, well, well…. look who made it. Well done my good and faithful servant. Your Dad and brother Mario are waiting for you. They’re cracking jokes over in the Italian section, go say hi”


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Fast Five With Rachael Gill and Redeemed

Written by scoopsnews on April 14, 2018 – 11:16 am -

  1. Tell us how Rachael Gill and Redeemed was formed.

After being out of the music scene for a while, I felt the Lord calling me to return to music in 2015.  This time would be different, though, because I was accepting the Lord’s call to sing only for Him. Through a divine orchestration, I met Alicia and Marty Estis, and we began to write songs together for my solo Christian album.  Two years later, Alicia and I were invited to sing at a benefit concert for a lady who was fighting cancer, and we felt compelled to go. We wanted to sing three part harmony, so Alicia introduced me to her friend, Jenny Stork. There was only time for one practice before the concert, but from the first moment we sang together, our voices connected, and we knew something very special was happening.  Scott Washam of Day Three was also performing at the concert and invited us to sing at the 2017 Alabama Quartet Convention, which he co-hosts annually with Day Three’s Amy Dunnam. As the Lord ordered our steps, what was intended to be a solo project suddenly became a female trio. It was all part of God’s master plan, and we are blessed to be on this journey together for His glory. (Rachael)

 

  1. I hear you are releasing a new song to radio in March. Tell us about your single and why you chose that one.

The song is called “Resurrection and The Life.”  It tells the story of Jesus raising Lazarus from the dead as recorded in the book of John.  This song explains not only how Jesus physically resurrected Lazarus from the dead, but also how we as believers have this resurrection power residing inside us once we receive Jesus as our Lord and Savior.  Even if we die, we are still living in Christ.

 

We chose this song because we believe it’s the right song for the right time.  In John 11:25, Christ said, “He that believeth in me, though he were dead, yet shall he live.” He is the Resurrection!  He is the Life!  Today is the day of salvation, and we want to share the gospel with the world.

 

  1. If someone would like to book your group or buy a cd, how could they go about doing that?

For bookings, we can be reached through our website (rachaelgillandredeemed.com) or contacted directly at rachaelgillministries@gmail.com.  CDs and music downloads are available through our website, and we also have a facebook page where we share news and upcoming events.

 

  1. Share your testimony?

Rachael’s Testimony

My testimony is one of grace.  My story is basically one of a prodigal daughter. I grew up in church, and as a child, I knew the Lord had a call on my life for music ministry. At the age of eighteen, I studied music at Belmont University and worked in the music industry.  I recorded on music row, did professional demo singing, wrote songs, and performed at Opryland. However, in spite of my church upbringing, I thought I knew more than God. Through a series of bad choices, I took paths that led me down some dead end roads.  After several failed relationships, I found myself sick, broke, abandoned, and alone as a single mother with huge obstacles to overcome. In the midst of this darkness, God spoke to me and reminded me of His plan for my life. It is a true miracle that I am where I am today; I am using my talents to serve the King of Kings and Lord of Lords.  I have learned first-hand that even though we may fail Him, God never fails us. More than 20 years later, He has restored and redeemed me to His original purpose for my life. God is faithful!

 

Alicia’s Testimony

I was very blessed to grow up in a home with parents who were fully committed to God. I remember that special tug at my heart when the Lord called me to the alter when I was in sixth grade. He was so very real to me, and I made promises to Him that I was determined to keep no matter the price. In my youth, I watched my friends go in and out of church; it really burdened my heart to see the consequences of sin impact the lives of people I loved. I began working with the children and youth when I was in high school, and God united me with a young man who shared my passions.  Now, as youth pastors and parents to four beautiful children, we have grown together in the Lord, and our desire is to inspire children to have a deep relationship with Christ. One of the ways we have connected with children is through music. Sitting down at my grandmother’s piano, I look out the window at the beauty God has surrounded me with, and I am overwhelmed; tears fall as words fill the page and melodies evolve. I feel an urgency to share what He has given us and want everyone to experience what I feel. I want more of Him! I want to always be sensitive to His spirit and go where He leads me.   

Jenny’s Testimony

I love to share my testimony because it really brings glory to God. None of my grandparents knew the Lord.  In fact, my grandfather was an atheist who was very abusive to his family. My uncle was introduced to heroin in San Francisco, but he was saved and delivered by the grace of God. He was the tool God used to witness to my mom, who was miraculously saved when I was eight months old. Just a few days later, she found herself alone at a bus stop late at night and prayed for help.  God showed Himself strong in her life. Because of her commitment to Christ, I was raised in church and spared the scars of deep sin. God has proven Himself to be faithful in my life countless times. He is truly a friend who sticks closer than a brother, and I am blessed to serve Him through music.

 

  1. What are some goals for 2018 for the group?

This year, our desire is to draw closer to God and continually seek His will for the group. We all have children and families, and this ministry requires sacrifices. We know that without God’s anointing, we are just entertaining, which is neither our focus nor our desire.  Our purpose is to share our music solely for God’s glory. We want to minister to the lost as well as the body of Christ in song and through the words of our testimonies. Recently, God has poured out upon us some new songs that usher in a spirit of praise to His name. We have been recording tracks and laying vocals for a worship album that we plan to complete this year.  Over the last few months, we have been embraced by the southern gospel community in a way that we never expected, and doors have opened that only God could have pushed. We are really excited to be on this journey together with the same heart and purpose, and we look forward to going where God leads us this year.


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Weekend Word- “Be Still, And Know”

Written by scoopsnews on April 14, 2018 – 5:20 am -

Weekend Word

David experienced a great deal of trouble, and the only way he survived was by trusting in the Lord. He had to believe God was powerful enough to help him out of his difficulty. Only when he was still and trusting could he know in a very real way that God was God.

That same trust gives us the strength to face our days with confidence and peace.

Psalm 46:10

Be still and know that I am God.

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Please Pray For Our Troops

Written by scoopsnews on April 13, 2018 – 6:39 pm -

 

Please Pray for our Troops!

According to NY Post:

President Trump announced a military attack against Syrian President Bashar al-Assad on Friday, after the country allegedly perpetrated a chemical attack on their own people.

Trump said the US would join allies Britain and France in launching missile strikes in retaliation for the “evil and despicable” gassing of Syrian civilians.


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Sherry Anne LIVE DVD taping April 23, Smyrna, Tennessee

Written by Staff on April 13, 2018 – 9:56 am -

Sherry Anne LIVE DVD Taping April 23rd, Smyrna TN

Sherry Anne LIVE DVD Taping April 23rd, Smyrna TN

The River of Life Church will be hosting a live concert DVD taping with Sherry Anne on April 23, 2018. Michael Booth of the Booth Brothers will make a special guest solo appearance and play drums in a live band comprised of some of Gospel’s music finest musicians: Landy Ewing on bass, Andrew Ishee on piano, and Scott Newbert on guitar. Admission is free for the event and the doors will open at 6:15 pm.

The evening’s performance will feature requested favorite songs by Sherry Anne, some new original music and some of Sherry Anne’s previous chart releases. Sherry Anne is a 3-time Top 10 Nominee for the Singing News Favorite New Artist Award and was recently selected as a Grand Prize winner in The Singing News Songwriter Search. The concert is being recorded for DVD and television release in cooperation with Mansion Entertainment.

Sherry Anne has overcome numerous challenges, including a bilateral hearing and speech impairment at birth, to sing with an elegant voice that perfectly blends a passion for Southern Gospel-style, country, and blues music with her deep faith. Her personal and musical journey has inspired audiences throughout North America, including events with Bill Gaither and the Gaither Vocal Band, The Hoppers, and Triumphant Quartet.

Her recent viral video of the song “Silent Prayer,” which includes sign language, offers hope to those challenged by life circumstances, including hearing loss and grief.

To learn more about the live taping click on Sherry Anne’s website.

LIVE DVD Taping:

Michael Booth at Sherry Anne live taping

Michael Booth

River of Life Church
596 Sam Ridley Pkwy W 
Smyrna, TN 37167 
Doors open: 6:15 p.m.
Taping begins: 6:45 p.m.

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Big News!

Written by SGN Scoops Staff on April 12, 2018 – 1:16 pm -

Big News!

Big News!

Nashville, TN (April 12, 2018) Congratulations to award winning soloist and BMG General Manager Matt Felts, and his wife Jennifer, on the birth of Thomas James Felts. Thomas enters this world at 8 pounds 1 ounce, 21.5 inches on April 4th. Jennifer and “Tommy” are doing well. “We never dreamed we would have another child but God has blessed us beyond measure. As the Bible says, for this child I have prayed and God answered my prayer,” stated Matt Felts. “Our daughter Abby is already proving to be a great big sister,” added Matt.

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