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“Two Coats,” is going out through the popular Lancaster, Ohio group, Cross Pointe . “Under Grace” is the song, Georgia, well-loved Southern Gospel trio, chose for release and Brandon Hughes chose “The Old Lighthouse Shining Still.” Jr. Deason has “I Built a Cross for a King,”Appearing on their new entry level label Southern Gospel Times are Steven Taylor who recorded, “Now I Know What Praising God will Do,” and Larry Davis sends out “God Is Near in Times of Fear.” Pauline Patterson notes, “I believe this is a great comp and we are so excited to be working for these wonderful artists. I hope everyone calls radio and supports the release of these new songs. I believe they’re really going to be a blessing!” For additional info: www.PattersonPromotions@
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Wow! We sure have the scoop for you this month! The March Edition is jammed packed with exciting news. We’re thrilled to present Jason Crabb as this month’s cover story. Not only does Jason share details about his new CD, “Love Is Stronger,” but he shares his heart regarding ministry and family. Also in this issue, the spotlight is on Karen Peck and her latest solo record, plus we’re highlighting several ministries this month: Charlton Jordan, The Diplomats, Paul’s Journey, John Lanier, The Cargils, Promise, Jayc Harold and Shannon Shelby. As always, SGNScoops keeps the roads hot! This month Angela shares Omega in Concert and Rhonda shares Gospel Boot Camp with Gerald and Adam Crabb as well as the Southern Gospel Music Guild’s 2013 Harmony Honors. Sandi Duncan Clark covers music reviews featuring Red Roots, Tammy Jones Robinette, David Staton and Tommy Brandt. Enjoy a word of encouragement from John Mathis Jr, memories from Lou Hildreth, a fitness challenge from Laurette Willis and chronicles of a Singing English Teacher with Jeff Hawes of Karen Peck & New River. We have a couple of very exciting announcements regarding the Creekside Gospel Music Convention too, so watch the Publisher’s Point with Rob Patz, and don’t miss the Creekside update (hint hint….Ed O’ Neal… The Singing Cookes). All of this is neatly tucked in one place- a beautifully designed online magazine. The best part? It is absolutely FREE! Tell your friends, family and friends- and don’t forget to vote for your favorite artists! Round One Diamond Awards Voting is open NOW! Thank you SGNSCoops staff for an MARVELOUS MARCH issue. Our prayer is for God to be glorified in all we say and do.
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“A Faithful Journey”
By Jennifer Campbell,
(SGNScoops Magazine, November 2012)
Have you ever encountered a crossroads in life? Sometimes in life, we may not plan out the course our lives will take. But God knows the path that we will travel down along life’s journey, and He knows where these roads will intersect. One Sunday morning, four individuals joined their voices in song, unaware of the harmony that would bring them together as a group. Matthew Hagee, Aaron Crabb, Michael Sykes, and Tim Duncan came to a crossroads. Instead of going four separate directions, they faithfully followed God’s footsteps. And His footsteps traveled down the road to Canton Junction.
Canton Junction was born from a special musical performance at Cornerstone Church in San Antonio, Texas. As the group began to sing, it became clear that the harmony within the group, both literally and figuratively, was a rare find. The group’s name, Canton Junction, means “the crossroads of different subjects or regions into one gathering point.” On the day they came together to sing in one accord, that was their gathering point. The different regions where they live and diverse musical backgrounds they come from represent the crossroads of different subjects. Yet, no matter how different they may be, they sing for one reason and one reason alone: to spread the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
While they are a quartet, Canton Junction represents so much more than four-part harmony. They have dozens of GMA Dove Awards, Grammy nominations, and other accolades between them. In addition, they have over 85 years of experience between them. Their styles of music range from traditional hymns to the Eagles and Southern Gospel to big band. Needless to say, there is something for everyone. And the best part of all is that every song is sung for the sole purpose of sharing God’s grace with everyone who hears them.
For over a decade, the lead singer of Canton Junction, Aaron Crabb, traveled with the renowned group The Crabb Family. During this chapter in his musical journey, he sang and produced 19 number one gospel songs. This Kentucky-born individual has performed at Carnegie Hall, the Grand Ole Opry, and many other prestigious locations. Yet all the while, he simply loves the Lord, his family, and singing. Aaron holds a firm belief that God can use music to heal hearts and that the Truth gets us through the many obstacles that we may encounter.
Canton Junction is proud to have award-winning bass singer, Tim Duncan, on board with them. An original member of Ernie Haase and Signature Sound, Tim describes himself as a “quartet man.” He received the Singing News Fan Award for Best Bass in 2006. Tim said his earliest memories of music were of his dad buying quartet records. It was in these moments that he fell in love with the thrill of hearing long endings, the tenor soaring, and the bass booming. Bringing to the table 16 years of full-time singing experience, along with his involvement with Billboard-topping albums and DVDs, he still remains down to earth. For Tim, it’s not about the awards and honors, but instead, it’s about the reason he sings: he loves to make people happy by singing the best music in the world – music that communicates the Best News ever.
Continuing a six-generation legacy of ministry, Matthew Hagee sings tenor for Canton Junction. Matthew grew up singing around the piano with his family. He serves as Executive Pastor of Cornerstone Church, alongside his father, John Hagee, Founding Pastor. Having graduated from Oral Roberts University School of Business, Matthew is also a gifted speaker and author, in addition to being an accomplished vocalist. He has authored two books, “Shaken, Not Shattered” and “Response-Able.” When he is not on stage, he lives a truly Texan lifestyle, trading horses and cattle in his spare time.
The group’s baritone is no stranger to gospel music, having enjoyed a long and successful run in Nashville as a producer, songwriter, and business owner. Michael Sykes has produced award-winning albums for artists such as the Gaither Vocal Band, Russ Taff, The Martins, Jeff and Sheri Easter, and The Oak Ridge Boys. His love for harmony, along with his tenure with Ponder, Sykes, & Wright, makes him a natural group vocalist. Although Michael has received multiple GMA Dove Awards for producing and songwriting, he is a country boy at heart who has a gift for making music.
I had the opportunity to interview Matthew recently and found that he not only preaches what he sings, but also lives what he preaches. I pray you enjoy reading his responses to the questions I presented to him.
Matthew said that it’s hard to remember when he first heard Southern Gospel Music. He said, “It’s difficult to say when church music, family music, fun music was and is Southern Gospel Music. It wasn’t until someone told us what we were listening to that we knew what to call the music that was such a big part of our everyday lives. I have always loved Gospel Music of every kind and type. From an early age my family memories are around the piano singing the songs of the church. My father has always made it a point to pursue excellent, God-honoring music in our church, and as long as those two elements were first and foremost, then the style really didn’t matter. From big band to bluegrass it all has a place.”
Now that he is a part of a Gospel singing group, Mathew says that following in the steps of some of the greatest Gospel Music Legends is nearly incomprehensible. “To even be mentioned in phrases with people that you admire so dearly seems to be beyond anything we could have imagined for Canton Junction,” said Matthew.
Mathew said his greatest influence has been his father, John Hagee. He added, “Outside of my father in music, there have been many – George Younce, Glen Payne, Lari Goss, Ben Speer, and Bill Gaither – not to mention the gentlemen I’m privileged to work with now.”
As a singer, the lyrics of songs become a very important part of your life. Matthew said if he could write a song to describe his life so far, he would title the song, “Blessed.” Concerning a song that has blessed him personally, he responded, “That is something that changes from day to day and season to season. Whether it is a season of joy or hardship, the greatest endorsement I can give to Gospel Music is that it always meets the needs of the moment.”
Matthew is definitely a family man. Matthew said, “Anywhere my wife and kids are happy is paradise to me.” He and his wife Kendal are blessed with three children, Hannah Rose, John William and Joel Charles, and are looking forward to the birth of their fourth child in April 2013. He says he balances his time between family and ministry by purposely devoting his time to whatever it is he is doing. “When I’m with my family, I’m with my family,” Matthew said. “When I am working, I am working. Whatever I am doing at the moment is what I am 100% invested in.”
Matthew shared some wisdom to young artists who are just starting out. He said, “Always honor God; make worship a priority and endure.” Matthew said, “God is alive and well and watching.” Canton Junction follows this advice, understanding the fact that we should live our lives in honor of our Heavenly Father, making Him proud when He watches us along the road of life.
More About Matt
Most Encouraging Scripture: Jeremiah 1:5
Favorite Restaurant: “What are you hungry for?”
Favorite Book: Whichever one is in my hand at the moment. I love to read!
The group is excited to see what great things God has in store for them as they seek His direction on their musical journey. Their journey has literally taken them around the world with their tour of Israel where they performed for Prime Minister Netanyahu. Additionally, they recently recorded a live concert in San Antonio. “It was one of the most exciting musical events that I have ever been a part of,” stated Matthew. “We are looking forward to sharing the evening in a video release very soon.”
Canton Junction has experienced great success throughout the time they have been sharing the Good News through song. And it is certain that they will continue to have tremendous success for years to come. For Matthew, and quite assuredly the other members of the group, the best part of traveling and singing as Canton Junction is the “opportunity to see people blessed by the message of the music that we sing and to enjoy singing with friends that mean so much.” That is what it is truly all about: the message in the music, the music along the journey, and the faithful journey traveled by Canton Junction.
Canton Junction recently celebrated their chart-topping radio success at a special luncheon. The quartet’s debut single, “Hold On,” written by Gerald Crabb, reached #1 on The Christian Voice singles chart, while currently holding the #2 position on The Singing News. To order Canton Junction’s debut album, visit: http://www.differencemedia.org.
For More information, visit Canton Junction on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CantonJunctionMusic
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NASHVILLE, Tenn.—Difference Media recording artist Canton Junction recently celebrated their chart-topping success at a special luncheon held in Nashville. The quartet’s debut single, “Hold On,” reached #1 on The Christian Voice singles chart, while currently holding the #2 position on The Singing News chart. Pictured at the celebration are (L to R) Canton Junction members Tim Duncan, Aaron Crabb and Matthew Hagee; Jan Binkley Puryear, Jan Puryear Promotions; and Difference Media engineers David Young and Robert Smith. Not pictured are Michael Sykes, producer, and Steve Allen, engineer. “Hold On” is featured on Canton Junction’s self-titled debut, which released last year on the Difference Media label.
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We are excited to present February’s edition of SGNScoops Magazine. On the cover this month is a name we’ve all grown to love over the years, “The Nelons!” We’re sure you’ll be blessed as the Nelons share about their legacy, family and ministry. Also this month, we’re highlighting the ministries of The Browders, Midnight Cry and Lindsay Huggins as well as Tommy Brandt, Jimmy Davis and Gerald Crabb. Enjoy concert stories on Palmetto State Quartet and a get replay of recent concert with Wes Hampton and Marshall Hall. Sandi Duncan Clark reviews February’s music, John Mathis has a spiritual challenge and Lou Hildreth shares more great memories. We are officially announcing the opening date for round one nominations for Diamond Awards is February 18th! The Diamond Awards will be held at the Creekside Gospel Music Convention in Pigeon Forge, TN. Get the latest news on Creekside in this issue as well. We are welcoming a few new writers this month! Make sure you let Dixie Phillips, Eva Wilson and Susan Werchonowicz know you appreciate them as well as the rest of our dedicated and talented staff. Special thanks to Sherri Whitt for sharing a concert experience. Remember, SGNScoops All Digital Magazine is free! Please share with your friends, family and fans!
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Atlanta, GA.(January 21, 2013) – WATC Television out of Atlanta, Georgia, will be airing the SGNScoops’ 2012 Diamond Awards Celebration held at Creekside Gospel Music Convention on October 30, 2012. Coastal Media Group hosted the event to honor Gospel music’s finest artists as chosen by the readers of SGNScoops digital magazine. The gala event was emceed by Christy Sutherland and Daniel Ball and included performances by Sheri Easter, Gerald Crabb, Jason Crabb, Crosby Lane and Watts, Rowsey and Bean, among others. Many of these special moments will be shown on this TV Special to be aired Saturday, January 26th at 1:00pm EST.
Patricia Mathis and her crew of WATC TV, Atlanta’s TV 57, recorded the 2012 Diamond Awards. Mathis is excited about airing the TV Special and said, “You will not want to miss this wonderful program featuring great gospel music artists, presenters, award winners and interviews of the artists by Bill Dykes. If you are out of the Atlanta, Georgia viewing area, you can view it online at www.watc.tv.”
Rob Patz, CEO of Coastal Media Group and publisher of SGNScoops commented, “The Diamond Awards are always a special time of honoring the Gospel artists that fill our world with the music we love. We are glad to be able to share the 2012 ceremony with fans across the nation and the world by television and internet. We are grateful to Patricia and WATC for their professionalism, experience and dedication in airing quality Gospel music programs. We had a great time at the Awards and we hope everyone will tune in and watch!”
About WATC TV: WATC TV provides Atlanta with a mix of family, Christian and educational programming. It is known to viewers as the home of Atlanta Live and is seen over the air throughout the metro Atlanta market and also in over one million cable and satellite homes. WATC is the home of many original series and has been honored with numerous Angel and Telly Awards, as well as receiving it first EMMY in 2010. The station’s programming can be seen around the world via video streaming located on the WATC website at http://www.watc.tv/
About Creekside Gospel Music Convention: Creekside Gospel Music Convention held it’s inaugural event at the Smoky Mountain Convention Center, Pigeon Forge, Tennessee from October 29 through 31, 2012. The CGMC is presented by SGN Scoops and Coastal Media Group at Pigeon Forge and is the home of The Diamond Awards and other special events. Next year’s dates are October 28, 29 and 30th, 2013. For more information on Creekside Gospel Music Convention visit http://www.creeksidegospelmusicconvention.com/
About SGNScoops: SGNScoops Digital is a fully-downloadable monthly magazine that exists to promote the gospel by unveiling what is intriguing and real about Southern Gospel and Christian Country music. SGNScoops offers music news and views as well as concert and book reviews, inspirational articles and features reaching beyond our gospel music world. SGNScoops is the home of the Diamond Awards, a fan-based annual awards program recognizing the best in Southern Gospel and Christian Country music. SGN Scoops is always digital, always free. For more information: http://www.sgnscoops.com/
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Morning Glory Entertainment and C&C Music Group Presents “Gospel BootCamp” featuring Gerald and Adam CrabbWritten by SGN Scoops on November 21, 2012 – 7:22 am -
Morning Glory Entertainment and C&C Music Group will present a Gospel Boot Camp for Gospel musicians, singers and groups. Adam Crabb, soloist and member of the popular, The Crabb Family will teach “Music Business 101.” Students are expected to learn the basic ins and outs of being an unsigned artist and how to establish a career and music ministry. Adam will also share advice on how to connect with audiences during performances. Accomplished and multi-award winning songwriter, Gerald Crabb will teach his well known class, “Advanced Songwriting and Publishing.” Students are expect to learn how to perfect the craft of songwriting, formulate a hit song and operate as a songwriter/artist.
Gospel Boot Camp will take place on Saturday, January 5, 2013 at the Hilton Garden Inn in Nashville, Tennessee. For cost and registration information, contact Alisa Asbury at 706-226-9729.
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Seattle, WA (October 24, 2012) –SGN Scoops is excited to announce the hosts for the 2012 Diamond Awards at Creekside Gospel Music Convention, Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. Singer/songwriter Christy Sutherland and Daniel Ball of the Ball Brothers will be hosting the Awards gala on Tuesday, October 30th. The Diamond Awards is a free event, featuring performances by Crosby Lane, The Ball Brothers, Phil Stacey and Gerald Crabb, along with other exiting artists. Sutherland and Ball will be joined by other special presenters to announce the winners of the prestigious Diamond Awards.
“Three of my favorite things are: singing, comedy and fishing,” says Daniel Ball. “I’ve never figured out how to combine all three until now. I am thrilled for the opportunity to help host the Diamond Awards at the Creekside Gospel Music Convention. The Ball Brothers will be performing and I’m sure we’ll get some humor into the awards show, whether it’s planned or not. No one has said anything about fishing, but I figure where there is a creek, there are fish! This will be a lot of fun.”
Christy Sutherland, a Diamond Award nominee, is also looking forward to Creekside Gospel Music Convention. “I am honored to be hosting the Diamond Awards for the third year in a row! I am especially looking forward to celebrating the Diamond Awards in the beautiful Pigeon Forge, Tennessee.” Sutherland adds, “Pigeon Forge will always have a special place in my heart, as that is where my husband and I spent most of our courtship. It’s a beautiful town tucked away in the Smoky Mountains and has always been a hot bed for great Southern Gospel and Christian Country music. I can’t wait to see so many of my friends in the music business be recognized for their talents and ministries!”
“I’m excited to have such exceptional talent as hosts for the 2012 Diamond Awards,” says Rob Patz, CEO of Coastal Media Group and publisher of SGN Scoops. “Christy always does a phenomenal job and I’m sure our audience will enjoy the addition of Daniel to the program. I’m looking forward to this great evening of wonderful music and being able to recognize the amazing artists that are in our industry.”
Creekside Gospel Music Convention will be held at the Smokey Mountain Convention Center, Pigeon Forge, Tennessee from October 29 through 31, 2012. All events are free, including morning chapel, afternoon matinees and evening performances, as well as the exhibit hall. The 75th Anniversary Celebration of Lou Hildreth will be the focus on Monday, October 29. The 2012 Diamond Awards will be held on October 30 and October 31 is Family Night. For more information on Creekside Gospel Music Convention visit http://www.creeksidegospelmusicconvention.com/
Rooms are available at the hotel on site for just $54 per night. Reservations can be made by phone or online. By phone, call toll-free at Toll Free: 1-800-223-6707 or local call 865-908-3015. Online Reservations- go to
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SGNScoops is proud to present the Creekside Gospel Music Convention next week, October 29,30,31 at the Smoky Mountain Convention Center in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. The three day event will feature some of the best in Southern Gospel Music as well as celebrations of milestones and achievements in the Gospel Music Industry. WATC Channel 57 out of Atlanta will capture the highlights of the Creekside Gospel Music Convention and will air a special program in December. Below is a description of the activities and events of the Creekside Gospel Music Convention and remember ALL EVENTS ARE FREE TO THE PUBLIC!
On Monday evening at 7:00pm, we will celebrate 75 years in Gospel Music with Mrs. Lou Wills Hildreth! This celebration will include performances by special guests and will be hosted by Tim Lovelace. This evening will be a great night of honoring a living legend in Gospel Music and everyone is invited!
Before the Lou Hildreth Celebration begins at 7:00pm, there will be a “Pre-Show” at 5:30 pm. This Pre-Show will include artist performances by Phil Cross, Promise, Channing Eleton and more. An evening concert will follow Ms. Lou’s Celebration and will include performances by Declaration Trio, The Youngs and others.
On Tuesday morning, the fellowship continues! There will be a 9:30 a.m. chapel service and then an afternoon musical matinee will take place. From noon until 3:00pm, artist performances will include The Williamsons, Omega, Christy Sutherland, Ann Downing, Logan Smith along with many more.
The Diamond Awards Show will be presented on Tuesday evening at 7:00pm. For the last several months, fans voted for their favorite artists and groups in 23 different categories. The final five nominees, along with the winner of each category, will be announced. Special artist performances during the Diamond Awards Show will include the Ball Brothers, David Bryan, Gerald Crabb, Phil Stacey, Watts, Rowsey, Bean and others. The evening will also feature the debut of a brand new group, Crosby Lane. The night’s special event will be hosted by soloist Christy Sutherland and Daniel Ball of the Ball Brothers.
The Diamond Awards Pre-Show will begin at 5:30pm on Tuesday afternoon and will continue until the Diamond Awards begin at 7:00pm. Following the Diamond Awards, performances from many artists and groups will continue until 11:00 p.m.
Wednesday morning, October 31, the Chapel Service will begin at 9:30am with a short devotion and time of worship. The afternoon concert, from noon until 3:00pm will feature David Bryan, Pine Ridge Boys, Ava Kasich, Renaissance Revival, The Griffins and more. From 3:00pm – 11:00pm, the fellowship and music continues with an Evening Concert showcasing Lindsay Huggins, Rhonda Frye, Lisa Herald, In His Image Quartet, Faith’s Journey and others. For a complete schedule, visit: http://www.creeksidegospelmusicconvention.com/p/2012.html (Schedule is Subject to Change)
In addition to the celebrations, awards and gospel music, SGNScoops has partnered with a local ministry. All guests and participants are encouraged to bring good used clothing, house-hold items, toys, books, cds and more to benefit LIVE-IT. LIVE-IT is a local non-profit ministry serving widows, orphans and the less fortunate in the Sevier County area. Items collected will stock LIVE-IT’s thrift store. All items sold will directly fund ministry needs. For more information about the out-reach project, visit: http://www.sgnscoops.com/2012/10/08/creekside-gospel-music-convention-announces-outreach-project/.
The exhibit area of the Smoky Mountain Convention Center will be filled with artist and vendor booths. This is a great chance to meet your favorite artists as well as purchase a variety of products.
Rooms are available at the hotel on site for just $54 per night. Reservations can be made by phone or online. By phone, call toll-free at Toll Free: 1-800-223-6707 or local call 865-908-3015. Online Reservations- go to http://www.smokymountainconventioncenter.com/.
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