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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Promise is thrilled to announce the addition of Matt Baker to their ministry. Matt
is from Lenoir, North Carolina, has a lovely wife, and a beautiful baby girl. They
are also expecting their second child next summer. Matt will be filling the baritone
position, as well as bringing his piano playing skills into the mix.
“When Matt first stepped on stage with us, something clicked” says David Mann.
“His pleasing voice and great personality make him a joy to have with us. And we
found out that he’s not a bad piano player either!”
TJ Evans states, “We’re gaining both a great singer and a good friend in Matt.
We’ve gotten to know him well over the last few months. He’ll bring a lot to our
concert experience, and we’re very excited to see what the future holds.”
And… HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!
You can visit Promise online at www.promisetrio.com, or they can be found on
www.facebook.com/promiseministries and www.twitter.com/promisetweets.
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Seattle, WA (October 16, 2012) – SGN Scoops and Coastal Media Group are pleased to announce the appearance of 2012 Diamond Award nominees Declaration and Promise at Creekside Gospel Music Convention, October 29-31, 2012. These talented male trios have made a splash in Southern Gospel in the last two years and Creekside welcomes the addition of their strong, traditional tight harmonies. Promise and Declaration join an exciting lineup of artists at the Pigeon Forge event, which is free to all attendees.
From Knoxville, Tennessee, Promise is a trio with experienced vocalists and a professional presentation. Fresh from an appearance on the main stage at the National Quartet Convention in Louisville, Kentucky, this group brings a youthful edge to the Creekside program.
“Promise is thrilled to be able to attend and be a part of the first ever Creekside Gospel Music Convention,” said founder and lead singer David Mann. “We’re thrilled with the privilege of sharing the platform with some of Southern Gospel’s best. It’s going to be a fantastic time full of good gospel music and wonderful fellowship.”
Declaration’s members have a solid background in Southern Gospel and exhibit a dedication to excellence in vocal talent. This up-and-coming young trio from Nashville tours with The Booth Brothers and an energetic presentation that will thrill all ages.
“Declaration is very excited to be a part of the Creekside Gospel Music Convention,” said lead singer, Kasey Kemp. “Rob, Rhonda, Lorraine and all the folks of SGN Scoops are working hard to present a quality Christ-honoring event. We hope to see you folks there.”
“Bringing both Declaration and Promise to the stage of Creekside is a joy,” said Rob Patz, CEO of Coastal Media Group and publisher of SGN Scoops. “The fact that both groups have been nominated for 2012 Diamond Awards is a significant achievement and shows that these young Gospel artists have the talent and experience to take their music to audiences across the country and across the world.”
Creekside Gospel Music Convention will be held at the Smoky Mountain Convention Center, Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, from October 29 through 31, 2012. The 75th celebration of Lou Hildreth will be held on Monday, the 29th. The 2012 Diamond Awards will be presented on October 30 and October 31 is Family Night. Admission to all events is FREE.
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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/.
Click “Book My Room” then Click “SGN Scoops.”
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Gospel groups Declaration and Promise, who have been listed as part of the top 10 groups to watch on the up-rise for 2012 by gospel music industry executives, will give a benefit concert Friday, February 24, at the Lambuth Memorial United Methodist Church in Gallatin. Offering will go to Darrel and Michelle Kinser, to assist them in adoption expenses. Doors open at 6 p.m. and admission is free. For more information about the event, email firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information about Declaration, visit www.declarationtrio.com. For more information about Promise, visit www.promisetrio.com.
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