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Odle performs live at Centene Center

Written by SGN Scoops on April 9, 2012 – 3:42 am -

FARMINGTON — Local Christian artist Chelley Odle performed live at a Saturday night concert celebrating the release of her new CD, “Incredible Love.” The concert, being held at Farmington’s Centene Center, with opening act, Nashville singer / songwriter Michael Boggs.

Odle, of Desloge, last year signed with Activate Records to work on “Incredible Love,” her sophomore recording project. She worked on the album with Grammy Award-winning, Dove-nominated producer, Tre’ Corley.

Odle has opened for such acts as The Crabb Family, Crabb Revival, Austin’s Bridge and Gold City. She has also performed with Crossway, Annie McRae, Aaron and Amanda Crabb, Crabb Revival and Jason Crabb.

She was a 2009 and 2010 ICM top 10 nominee for female vocalist of the year. Odle was also the 2010 CCMNOW Christian Country Honor Award recipient of the Female Vocalist of the Year Award. In 2011, she was nominated once again for the ICM Female Vocalist of the Year Award.

Opening act, Michael Boggs, joined the contemporary Christian group, FFH, in 1999 while a sophomore in college. FFH was extremely successful with seven No. 1 radio singles and seven GMA Dove Awards nominations. He recorded five FFH projects with Essential Records that have sold nearly two million copies. As a band member Boggs was involved in numerous special event projects, such as the multi-platinum WOW Hits and WOW Worship.

When FFH took some time off the road in the fall of 2006, he stepped into the role of worship leader for a ministry in Brentwood, Tenn., that hosts nearly 1,000 college students and other young adults every week. Boggs continues to keep a rigorous solo-touring schedule and has lent his songwriting skills to other artists who have garnered him 10 singles, as well as a featured song in the motion picture, “Facing the Giants.” He wrote three of the songs on Odle’s new CD.


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Daywind Music Group Shines In The 2012 Dove Award Nominations

Written by SGN Scoops on February 23, 2012 – 4:30 am -

 

Hendersonville, TN (February 22, 2011) – During a press conference, held this morning at the Fox Theatre’s Grand Salon in Atlanta, GA, the final Dove nominees for the 43rd Annual GMA Dove Awards were announced. Daywind Music Group is incredibly honored to have received 10 nominations this year.The Perrys were honored with a Song of the Year nomination for “Celebrate Me Home” (Lindsey & Haun), in addition to one for Southern Gospel Song of the Year.  Karen Peck & New River’s newest album, Reach Out (Haun), received a nod for Southern Gospel Album, with the song “Good Things Are Happening” (Haun & Isaacs) being recognized for Country Song of the Year. The Chigger Hill Boys & Terri garnered two nominations, with their album, Indescribable: Bluegrass Meets Worship (Mark Dunham), receiving a nod for Bluegrass Album of the Year and the song, “Indescribable” (Reeves & Story), receiving one for Bluegrass Recorded Song of the Year. Daywind received three nominations in the Country Album of the Year category, with Marshall Hall’s Brighter One (Hall, DeMarcus & English), Wilburn & Wilburn’s Family Ties (Isaacs), and Going Places (Sykes) by Crabb Revival all earning recognition.  Rounding out the Daywind nominations is Love Won by Kenna Turner West, published through Daywind Music Publishing, and nominated for Musical Of The Year.Ed Leonard, President of Daywind Records, shares, “We are so proud of our artists, songwriters, and producers for their Dove Award nominations.  It is an honor that the Dove voters have recognized them for their creativity in this way.”The 43rd Annual GMA Dove Awards will be held on Thursday, April 19, 2012, at the historic Fox Theatre in Atlanta, GA. While the awards are the purpose of the show, music performances will definitely share center stage at the GMA Dove Awards, showcasing some of Gospel music’s hottest and most diverse artists. Tickets to the 43rd Annual GMA Dove Awards are currently on sale through the Fox Theatre Box Office or at ticketmaster.com. For more information on the GMA, visit gospelmusic.org.Daywind Records is based in Hendersonville, TN, and is distributed worldwide through New Day Christian Distributors. In addition to the artists mentioned, Daywind is home to many other great artists such as Greater Vision and the Blackwood Brothers, among others. For more information on Daywind Records, visit www.daywindrecords.com.


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Soloist Chelley Odle signs with Activate Records

Written by SGN Scoops Staff on October 20, 2011 – 1:50 pm -

Soloist Chelley Odle recently signed with Activate Records to work on her sophomore recording project. She will be working  with Grammy Award winning, Dove nominated producer Tre’ Corley.  Chelley has had the opportunity to open for such acts as The Crabb Family, Crabb Revival, Austins Bridge, and Gold City and has performed with Crossway, Annie McRae, Aaron and Amanda Crabb, Crabb Revival and Jason Crabb.  Chelley was also a 2009 and 2010 ICM Top 10 Nominee for Female Vocalist of the Year. Chelley was the 2010 CCMNOW Christian Country Honor Award recipient of the Female Vocalist of the Year Award.  Recently, this Bonne Terre, MO girl has been nominated once again in 2011 for the ICM Female Vocalist of the Year Award. Here at Activate we are excited about working with Chelley on her new project and in the future.


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New Release From Crabb Revival, Going Places, In Stores This Week

Written by SGN Scoops Staff on February 8, 2011 – 12:00 pm -

Hendersonville, TN (February 8, 2011) – The wait is over for fans anticipating the newest music from members of the talented Crabb Family. Crabb Revival is excited to announce the release of their newest Daywind Records’ project, Going Places.  This recording, which will hit stores this week, showcases the signature vocals of Adam Crabb and is reminiscent of the classic Crabb Family albums, The Walk and Driven.

Going Places, produced by Michael Sykes, features all new songs, penned by accomplished writers such as Gerald Crabb and Clint Brown.  Listeners are sure to be touched by titles such as “Unforgiven,” “If Not For Grace,” and their new radio single, “Try Walking On The Water.”

“We are so excited to release Going Places,” shares Daywind Records President, Ed Leonard.  “Norman Holland and Adam Crabb worked with Michael Sykes to find the right songs and the right sound that would bring out Adam’s wonderful vocal talents and take the sound back closer to the Crabb Family, with great harmonies and instrumentation.  They delivered in a major way.  Crabb Family and Crabb Revival fans will LOVE this new CD.”

Daywind Records is based in Hendersonville, TN, and is distributed worldwide through New Day Christian Distributors.  Daywind is home to such great artists as the Booth Brothers, Sisters, and Aaron & Amanda Crabb, among others.

To hear clips from this project, visit http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cCHfBmQQNVI.  For more information on Daywind Records, visit daywindrecords.com.  For more information on Crabb Revival, visit crabbrevival.net.


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Exclusive Report: New Year’s Eve with Crabb Revival

Written by Scoops Staff on January 3, 2011 – 1:47 pm -

By Lorraine Walker    |   Photos by Joan Walker

On an uncharacteristically mild New Year’s Eve, Crabb Revival walked on stage for the first time in Canada and played their way into the hearts of over 500 people gathered in Bethel Gospel Tabernacle, Hamilton, Ontario. It was an evening of incredible musical talent, inspired preaching and corporate praise, and we were blessed to be in the midst of this band of worshippers. The blend of Southern Gospel-Funk-Country-Rock was the delicious wrapping around an edifying message of love, hope and encouragement for 2011.

The evening began with an Amazing Grace instrumental which featured Adam Crabb on harmonica, Zach Smith on lead guitar, Jedidiah Richardson on bass and Brooks Till on drums. It was a truly amazing beginning, followed by I Go To The Rock with vocalist Amanda Smith. Amanda and her husband, Zach, were suffering the aftereffects of food poisoning they received before traveling north of the border, but both gave their all this evening. Amanda is also seven months pregnant and even this did not affect her lovely, heart-felt performance.

The band moved into a stirring rendition of Through The Fire and Adam Crabb began to share from his heart about moving through difficulties and challenges, grabbing hold of God and going with Him into the future. There were tears in the house with the ballad, Heartbeat of God, featuring Amanda, from their new 2011 CD, Going Places. This was followed by another track from the same CD, a beautiful song entitled, Unforgiven. Two songs with incredible lyrics were followed by the new tune, If Not For Grace. If you think that you have heard all the ways in which the unfathomable grace of God can be described, you haven’t heard it all until you’ve heard this song. Such a simple word, but such a profound work of God, to all of us who were “…a hopeless case and an empty space…”.

Crabb Revival stepped up the pace once more with their version of Something’s Going On In the Graveyard, with a country-rock feel that had this diverse audience getting excited, Canada-style. We may not be as overly demonstrative as our southern neighbours, but we know talent when we hear it, and we enjoy worshipping with those who have a heart after God like this band of young adults.

After a short break, the band returned with Please Forgive Me, followed by a time of worship with Agnus Dei (Allelujah, For The Lord God Almighty Reigns) and a powerful altar call. The group ended the evening with two songs featuring Zach Smith, Carried To The Table, and, Come To Jesus. The last song was also from the new CD and has a haunting, bluegrass feel with thought-provoking lyrics.

The entire evening definitely had a New Year’s Eve message, no matter where the listener might be in their walk with the Lord. There were those just beginning their relationship with Jesus and they were encouraged to find their source of life in Him. There were those who perhaps had wandered from the right road and were called to let go of the things that were hindering their walk. There were also those present who had walked with the Lord for a long while but for whom 2010 was perhaps difficult or sad. For these, the exhortation was given to dream new dreams and to take back what was stolen by the enemy.

Crabb Revival ministered the word to an excited, expectant crowd and opened their hearts to an auditorium of Canadians that gladly welcomed both the talent and the word of this band. The music was delivered professionally, with nothing held back, as a gift to the listeners and to the Lord. Our Almighty God visited that place and drew us to Him as we lifted His Name. Thanks to Crabb Revival, there was truly a revival in the hearts of many. It definitely was an awesome way to welcome a New Year.

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Crabb Revival Adds New Dates To Tour!

Written by Rhonda on November 19, 2010 – 4:57 pm -

Crabb Revival has announced new dates to be added to the current tour schedule:

Friday November 19, 2010
7 pm
Heritage Fellowship
11691 Hwy 43 South
Russellville, AL

Sunday November 21, 2010
8:30 am
10:45 am
Forest Hill Church Of God
5508 Moffett Rd
Mobile, AL

Sunday November 21, 2010
6 pm
Grand Bay Church Of God
14282 Old Pascagoula Rd
Grand Bay, AL

For full schedule and details visit: http://www.crabbrevival.net/schedule.php


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Crabb Revival Signs With Tana Lonon Agency

Written by Scoops Staff on January 24, 2010 – 7:29 am -

Nashville, TN (January 23, 2010) – The Tana Lonon Agency is pleased to announce a great addition to their talented roster of artists. Crabb Revival has joined the agency as the newest artist on their roster of talent. The agency will be handling Crabb Revival’s booking exclusively.

Tana Lonon expressed her excitement about this new relationship with Crabb Revival. “I am honored and excited to share in the artistry and, most importantly, the ministry of Crabb Revival by representing them as their booking agency. Their talent, heart for ministry, and character shines through in all they do. Our agency is proud to add them to the roster, and we’re looking forward to a great relationship.”

Crabb Revival is a diverse ministry, sharing a genre of Christian music that truly has mass appeal. Their roots are in Southern Gospel, but they have a strong Country influence, as well. When they share their ministry, their most important focus is conveying the love of Christ so that souls can be saved and lives can be changed.

Adam Crabb said, “We feel such a kindred spirit with Tana. She’s an incredible person, and she shares the heart for ministry that this group feels so strongly about. We couldn’t be more excited about the opportunity to work with her and the Tana Lonon Agency. We look forward to all the doors God is going to open for ministry.”

The group will be in the studio soon recording a brand new album with producer, Michael Sykes. Their tour schedule will continue, and they will be recording when they’re not on the road. To schedule them for your church, concert, or event, call the Tana Lonon Agency at 239.242.0875. You can email the agency at simplybooking@aol.com or visit them on the web at tanalononagency.com.

To learn more about Crabb Revival, visit www.crabbrevival.net.


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Adam Crabb of Crabb Revival Receives Endorsement

Written by Staff on January 20, 2010 – 4:18 am -

Hendersonville, TN (January 19, 2009) – Daywind Records’ artist Adam Crabb (Crabb Revival) has received a rare endorsement deal from Bushman Music Works.

John Hall, owner of Bushman Music Works shared, “I am very proud and excited to announce that my company, Bushman Music Works, will support Adam Crabb of Crabb Revival. From the first time I heard the rich voices and beautiful harmonies of Crabb Revival, I wanted to be part their great ministry, and when I heard Adam play the harmonica, I knew I had to get one of our Delta Frosts in his hands. I look forward to a long and enjoyable relationship with Adam and Crabb Revival.”

Crabb expressed his honor over representing these great harmonicas on the road. “I am very excited to be a part of the future growth of Bushman harmonicas. I’ve played a lot of great harmonicas over the years, but the sound that comes from these harmonicas is so pure and rich. They have put a lot of work into engineering them. Anyone who plays one will understand why. Thank you Bushman for allowing me to be a part of your family!”

Not only will Adam be playing Bushman Delta Frost harmonicas on the road, he will be carrying a selection of their products at his table.

Crabb Revival has a brand new album in the works and is currently considering songs for that album. For more information on Crabb Revival, visit crabbrevival.net.

To learn more about the Bushman story, visit bushmanharmonicas.com/history.html. To learn more about their Delta Frost harmonicas, go to bushmanmusic.com/7.html.

Daywind Records is based in Hendersonville, TN, and is distributed worldwide through New Day Christian Distributors. In addition to Crabb Revival, Daywind is home to such great artists as Austins Bridge, Greater Vision, and Aaron and Amanda Crabb, among others.


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