From the staff of SGNScoops Magazine, Merry Christmas! We pray the December edition warms your heart this holiday season. On the cover this month is the sensational Annie Moses Band. Also we highlight the latest happenings in the ministries of Gordon Mote, Cross Music Group, Soul’d Out Quartet, Randy and Sherri Miller, Kevin Mills, C S & K, and Micah Watkins. Rhonda Frye share the highlights of the recent Write About Jesus songwriter’s conference, Jennifer Campbell shares a recent Women of Faith experience and Rob Patz shares a media minute with Patricia Mathis. We urge you to give the gift of Gospel Music! Sandi Duncan Clark reviews the latest albums from the Littles, the Hoppers, The Easters, the Blackwood Brothers, and the Hinshaw Trio. Also included in this edition, Laurrette Willis encourages Christian Fitness during the holidays, John Mathis gives a word of encouragement and Lou Hildreth shares wonderful memories. For this special holiday issue, we’ve gathered many tasty recipes from our staff, readers and many artists. We urge you to put these recipes to the test! We’ve had a great 2012 at SGNScoops and are looking forward to great things in 2013. Remember, SGNScoops All Digital Magazine is absolutely free, so please share with your family, fans and friends! Merry Christmas!!
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Since the departure of long time bass singer Matt Fouch, in mid August, Soul’d Out Quartet has been diligently seeking God and following his leading in the attempt to find the right person to be our bass singer. Despite having met many great people through the audition process, we (the men of Soul’d Out) had made the decision to remain a trio unless God provided the absolute right fit for our team and ministry.
Soul’d Out Quartet is thrilled to announce that God has provided us with the right bass singer!! We are so excited to have Ian Owens joining the Soul’d Out family! You may have heard Ian’s name before as the bass singer for Gospel Quartets such as “The Imperials” and “Ernie Haase and Signature Sound”. Ian has 12 years of full time ministry in gospel music and we are so pleased that this chapter of our lives brings us together to proclaim the Good News!! Ian’s first appearance with Soul’d Out will
be on November 9th, 2012. We ask for your prayers for both Ian and the current Soul’d Out members as we transition into this new and very exciting time. God has great things in store for this ministry! Come and see us when we are in your area and welcome Ian aboard! Dusty, Michael, Bryan, Rick and Matt.
From: Ian Owens
“After spending a weekend on the road with Soul’d Out Quartet, I know beyond a shadow of a doubt that joining their team is God’s will for my life. I am very excited to have the opportunity to spread the Word of God with such strong men of faith and integrity! Matt, Bryan, Dusty, and Michael all have such a sincere and earnest desire to see souls won and lives changed. I absolutely can not wait to be “pounding the pavement” with these awesome men! However…..I’m scared I may not be much of a bass singer for them if I’m always hoarse from laughing at them! They’re funny!!”
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IT WON’T BE LONG!!! January 21- The BOOTH BROTHERS and SOUL’D OUT QUARTET in concert! Doors open at 5:00, pre-show at starts at 5:30 and the concert begins at 6:00. The location is 5198 Ross Road ( I-75 at exit 278) Chattahoochee Tech, Acworth, GA. Ticket information: Reserved $25.00, General Admission, $20.00. Tickets can be ordered by sending a self-addressed stamped envelope to Robert York, 4030 Ebenezer Drive, Marietta, GA 30066.
COFFEE & HOT CHOCOLATE WILL BE AVAILABLE
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I want to thank the many friends that I have made while being involved in Gospel Music as well as Worship Ministry. You have embraced me since I began singing with my brother in “The New Generation” in 1985. I started traveling fulltime with “The Heartland Quartet” in 1993. Your continued support, love and encouragement through both my tenures with “The Kingsmen” is deeply appreciated. In early November, I decided to follow God’s leading and give my resignation with “The Kingsmen.”
January of 2012 will mark a new chapter in my gospel music career. I will be joining one of America’s best new groups, “Soul’d Out Quartet.” In fact, the group was awarded “Horizon Group of The Year” (Favorite New Group) in the Singing News Magazine Fan Awards in 2010. Matt Rankin (lead), Dusty Barrett (tenor), Matt Fouch (bass) and Michael Howard (piano) make up “Soul’d Out Quartet.” I will share lead vocalist duties with Matt Rankin. SOQT is a solid quartet who sings straight ahead Southern Gospel Music with a progressive sound. I’m very excited to see what God has in store for our future! Over the past several years, I have developed a friendship with members of the group. I believe the men of “Soul’d Out” are men of integrity and have a heart for ministry that mirrors my own passion. I know my friends and family will love the music and ministry of “Soul’d Out” as much as I do.
My wife, Yvonne, and I have been seeking God and wise counsel about this decision and feel that this is a door God has opened. The tour schedule for “Soul’d Out” is a better fit for me as a husband and father. This opportunity will also allow us to reach our long term goals as a family.
I joined my all time favorite group “The Kingsmen” in 1996 under the late Eldridge and Greg Fox. The 5 years that I spent learning from the Fox’s, the late Jim Hamill and Ray Reese were some of the best years of my life. Upon returning for my second run with “The Kingsmen” in 2007, we have seen lives changed through our music. I want to thank Ray and Brandon Reese and “The Kingsmen” for allowing me to be a part of the continuing Kingsmen legacy.
I would like to ask for your continued support, encouragement and prayers for my family and both groups. I am looking forward to seeing each of you at upcoming “Soul’d Out Quartet” concerts. Please check our website for upcoming performances www.souldoutquartet.com .
In His Will,
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Nashville, TN (Oct. 26, 2010) – Talented and impacting solo artist, Blake Bolerjack, is slated to appear, along with Horizon Group Of The Year, Soul’d Out Quartet, in a very special benefit concert in mid November.
The concert is being held in an effort to raise funds for the medical expenses of a little boy named Ridge Cary. Ridge is 18 months old and is suffering from a very rare medical condition that, to date, only affects only about 40 children worldwide. The disease is called MLT (Multifocal Lymphangioendotheliomatosis with Thrombocytopenia). He and his family need much prayer and financial support for the exorbitant expense associated with trying to help Ridge through this battle. All of the concert proceeds will be donated to Ridge’s care.
Bolerjack commented, “I am very honored to be a part of this great ministry opportunity. There is a need that not only myself and Soul’d Out Quartet get to help meet, but a whole community can get involved! I feel blessed to be a part of something like this. A little boy and his family can be helped and, in the midst of this outreach, the Gospel can be presented. Events like this testify to others about how God provides for His children and it blesses everyone involved. I couldn’t be more excited!”
This special evening of great music, and sharing hope and help with Ridge and his family, will take place on Thursday, November 11, 2010 at 7:00PM at Yukon Church in Yukon, OK. Tickets are $10 in advance and $12 at the door. A love offering will be received for Ridge and CDs will be available for purchase at the concert, as well. To order tickets or for further information, call the church 405-354-5809, or visit the church’s event website at www.yukonchurchconcert.vpweb.com
To hear music and learn more about Blake Bolerjack, visit www.blakebolerjack.com. For more on Soul’d Out Quartet, visit www.souldoutquartet.com.
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