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Chronicle Announces 11th Annual Anniversary Sing Featuring Karen Peck and New River

Written by SGN Scoops Staff on February 21, 2020 – 12:52 pm -

Chronicle Announces 11th Annual Anniversary Sing Featuring Karen Peck and New River

Chronicle Announces 11th Annual Anniversary Sing Featuring Karen Peck and New River

Denham Springs, LA  – Award winning Christian duo, Chronicle, has announced their 2020 Anniversary Sing, scheduled for Saturday, May 2nd in Livingston, LA.

This well-loved event, hosted by Chronicle, will feature the popular Five-time GRAMMY® Award nominated and seven-time Dove Award winning group, Karen Peck and New River. Gospel artist, Greg Sullivan will also be performing.

The event will be held at the Summa Crossing Theatre, 28975 S Satsuma Rd, Livingston, LA. The doors open at 4:30, with a 6:00 pm start time.

Tim Kinchins said, “We are so happy to host this event again this year, and are excited by this celebration of ministry in these last days. ‘And it shall come to pass in the last days, saith God, I will pour out of my Spirit upon all flesh’ Acts 2:17.  We’re looking forward to sharing the stage with Karen Peck and New River, and our friend Greg Sullivan. I know it will be a great blessing to our community and our fans.”

Tickets can be purchased in advance here and also at the door.


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The Kingdom Heirs’ “Come To The Well” goes #1 on multiple charts

Written by SGN Scoops Staff on February 21, 2020 – 9:01 am -

The Kingdom Heirs' "Come To The Well" goes #1 on multiple charts

The Kingdom Heirs’ “Come To The Well”
goes #1 on multiple charts

Arden, North Carolina  — “Come To The Well” from the Kingdom Heirs’ album Everything In Between — which debuted at #1 on the Nielsen Soundscan Billboard Southern Gospel Album Chart at its release — has reached #1 on both the Singing News and SGN Scoops charts.

“Come To The Well” is an upbeat song written by Kenna Turner West, Jason Cox and Devin McGlamery. Lead singer Arthur Rice is featured, singing about all being welcome at the healing stream: “Come to well of living water / Just one taste satisfies / If your running dry / Come to the well of living water / Come and drink your fill, my friend / And never thirst again.”

“We’re so excited about this song and the #1. It’s been a few years since we’ve had one on these charts,” says Rice. “We are grateful for all those that called and requested it, for all the DJs for playing our music, the writers for an incredible song and all the hard working folks at Crossroads for making it happen.”

“Come To The Well” is the first single from Everything In Between, the third album in a row the Kingdom Heirs have had debut at No. 1 on Billboard. Released by Sonlite Records, the collection of songs illustrates why the group has been noted as one of the top quartets in Southern Gospel music with full quartet tunes, a cappella hymns and lively instrumentals.

Listen to Everything In Between HERE.

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February 2020 SGN Scoops Magazine

Written by Staff on February 18, 2020 – 9:41 am -

It’s February 2020 and we are thrilled to present to you the online edition of SGN Scoops Magazine. We have stories of love, perseverance, and new beginnings. Be sure to read every story and be encouraged.
The Mark Trammell Quartet is our cover story this month and we are happy to present their story of God’s faithfulness and love, written by Justin Gilmore. Mark Trammell is a great example of dedication, perseverance and excellence in his field.
The month of love would not be complete without some romance, which Jennifer Campbell presents in the story of Jeff and Sheri Easter and their family. Other artists featured include Rhonda Vincent, Fayth Lore, Jimmy Reno, Kirsten Alting, and DJ Tom Rusk. Read SGN Scoops Magazine HERE
Don’t miss the story of the Turn Around Church by guest author Lynn Whiteley. This edition is bursting with music reviews, Coastal Events Update, radio charts and the Publisher’s Point.
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We hope you have caught a glimpse of the love of Jesus through the pages of this issue, his grace and mercy, and the special gift he has for you. Be sure to write to us if you want to know more.
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The Inspirations share their signature style on Ever Old, Ever New

Written by SGN Scoops Staff on February 14, 2020 – 10:20 am -

The Inspirations share their signature style on Ever Old, Ever New

The Inspirations share their signature style on Ever Old, Ever New

Arden, North Carolina  — For decades, The Inspirations have served God, using their music to minister and spread the gospel. Though the Biblical messages stay the same, the stories never get old for those who hear them and are uplifted by God’s promises. On their latest album, Ever Old, Ever New, The Inspirations once again tell that good news with their signature sound. The album, now available for pre-order, will be released April 10 on Horizon Records.

Inspiring the album’s title, the first single “Forever Settled” captures that theme of God’s truth never changing. Featuring Roland Kesterson on the verses, the song then breaks into a true traditional quartet style, with Marlin Shubert stepping out on the bass vocal.

The Inspirations sing about keeping the Church traditions alive on “1945” and “I Like The Songs That Mama Sang The Best.” A reminder of a simpler time, “1945” features Archie Watkins singing about keeping the tenets of church alive, and not losing the power of services. “I Like The Songs That Mama Sang The Best,” a remake of an Inspirations classic, takes listeners back in time with vivid memories of hymns that have become traditional in church.

On Ever Old, Ever New, The Inspirations also explore how to live a faithful life that will get us to heaven. “Show Them Love,” written by Sandy Knight and producer Jeff Collins, explains that the best way to answer the call to share the gospel is to act in the image of Jesus and love everyone you meet. The upbeat “Enter In” features a country sound and Wyatt Austin on bass vocals. After living a faithful life, Jesus will welcome you as you enter into heaven. “Then What” caught Watkins’ ear because of how it tells life’s story. People plan and work hard throughout life, but rarely do they give life after this one much thought, even though it is inevitable.

The only instrumental on the album, the classic “I’ll Fly Away” features Luke Vaught playing guitars, keyboards, pedal steel, upright bass, mandolin, dobro and fiddle.

Other songs include “He Turned When I Touched Him” about reaching out to God to be made whole; “Home Is Sounding Sweeter,” written and sung by Kesterson; “Knowing You’re There” a reminder to thank God for blessings featuring Eddie Deitz; and “On The Right Side,” which closes the album with the crucifixion story and finding salvation through Christ.

While keeping their signature style, The Inspirations have crafted a collection of songs that speak powerfully to those who hear them. Ever Old, Ever New reaffirms The Inspirations’ place as one of Southern Gospel’s most beloved groups.

Pre-order Ever Old, Ever New HERE.

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Available Now on Digital & Streaming Platforms – Willie Wynn & Friends

Written by SGN Scoops Staff on February 7, 2020 – 1:20 pm -

Available Now on Digital & Streaming Platforms - Willie Wynn & Friends

Available Now on Digital & Streaming Platforms – Willie Wynn & Friends

Originally released nearly a decade ago, Willie Wynn & Friends is available on all digital and streaming platforms for the first time today. Featuring guest appearances from artists such as The Oak Ridge Boys, Bill Gaither, and Ben Speer, among others, this project is a treasure that will live on for years to come.

There is not a person in Gospel Music history with more friends than Willie Wynn. After great success with the Oak Ridge Boys, The Statesmen, The Tennesseans, Sweetwater, and other musical opportunitites, Willie left the music business and moved to Miami, where his business interests were quite successful. He said he never expected to do much singing, and that he was confident that he would never lay under a tour bus again. Willie may have been finished with music, but it was not ready to let him go. In 2011, Willie was inducted into the SGMA Hall of Fame at Dollywood in Pigeon Forge, TN. A great number of his singing friends got together that evening for a celebration of this milestone, gathering around the piano, singing the songs they sang with Willie through the years. For hours, the music continued as more friends and peers stopped by to congratulate Willie on his induction. And there, the idea for this recording as born. It is a pure joy to hear Willie revisit popular songs from his award-winning days with the Oak Ridge Boys, and adding background vocals by The Oaks, former Tennesseans, and former Sweetwater members, as well as guest vocals of friends like Ben Speer, Bill Gaither & Gene McDonald, is sweet icing on the cake.

Find Willie Wynn & Friends now on iTunes, Amazon Music, Spotify, and all digital and streaming outlets. To order a physical copy of the CD, visit

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Karen Peck and New River Returning to the Holy Land

Written by SGN Scoops Staff on February 6, 2020 – 1:30 pm -

Karen Peck and New River Returning to the Holy Land

Karen Peck and New River Returning to the Holy Land

Dahlonega, GA  – Five-time GRAMMY® Award nominated and seven-time Dove Award winning group, Karen Peck & New River are thrilled to announce that the 2020 KPNR/Isaacs/Bowling’s/Tim Menzies Israel Trip is officially taking reservations.

KPNR will return to beautiful and historic Israel, from June 17-27, 2020. You will walk the places where Jesus walked and taught. It promises to be the trip of a lifetime and they want to personally invite you to go with them!

The all-inclusive experience includes three meals a day, free entrance to the sites, 4-5 star Hotels and, if you sign up with KPNR, the opportunity to be on their tour bus the entire trip. It has been affordably priced, and you are encouraged to prayerfully consider joining them for this amazing opportunity. If you do decide to sign up with KPNR, we encourage you to email them immediately so you can be included on their list/bus.

Karen shared, “We would love for you to go with us! So many people who prayed for us while we were there last year, are now planning to join us. This would be a great Christmas gift to yourself or a loved one. It will be the trip of a lifetime. If you sign up with KPNR as your TOUR HOST, you will be on our bus, we will eat three meals together every day, and experience all of the Holy sites together. Seriously pray about it and join us for this life changing trip!  It will be glorious – I’m ready to leave today!”

More information on this once-in-a-lifetime trip, visit New River’s site at or the Inspiration website at and tell them you want Karen Peck and New River to be your host to the Holy Land. Reservations: Phone: (855) 890-0674

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The Harper Agency Welcomes The Sound

Written by SGN Scoops Staff on February 5, 2020 – 9:12 am -

The Harper Agency Welcomes The Sound

The Harper Agency Welcomes The Sound

NASHVILLE, TN – The Harper Agency is proud to announce the addition of acclaimed gospel band, The Sound, to the company’s talented artist roster. Comprised of Gospel music veteran Rob Mills and his two songs, Levi and Jacob, The Sound is easily one of Gospel music’s fastest-rising artists. In their words, “It’s almost surreal to be able to call The Harper Agency our home. What an honor and blessing it truly is! The Harper Agency has long been recognized and respected not only for their impressive artist roster, but for their care and dedication to excellence in Gospel music as a whole. Thank you to Ed and Jeff Harper, along with their amazing staff, for believe in and supporting The Sound. We are thrilled to go out and represent you as you begin to represent us!”

Rob, Levi and Jacob brought the name ‘The Sound’ out of retirement at the start of 2017. They began making music under that moniker shortly thereafter, and in just three short years, they’ve drawn international attention. Live and through social media, they entertain thousands of people every week. The group reached several milestones in 2019, among them being a record deal and subsequent major-label debut album, entitled Make It Count. “Last year was huge,” shares Levi. “We had the Daywind deal, the album, and now we have the incredible opportunity to work with The Harper Agency. It really seems like the Lord just lined everything up at exactly the right time in preparation for the next decade.” All three members of The Sound are singers, songwriters, and musicians. Like The Harper Agency, they share a deep appreciation and love for music, and the Gospel.
For more information on scheduling The Sound for 2020, contact The Harper Agency at 615.851.4500 or For more information on The Sound, visit

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IMC Concerts Announces Overwhelming Success of Praisefest Branson Spring Event

Written by SGN Scoops Staff on February 4, 2020 – 2:32 pm -

IMC Concerts Announces Overwhelming Success of Praisefest Branson Spring Event

IMC Concerts Announces Overwhelming Success of Praisefest Branson Spring Event

Johnson City, TN – Prominent concert promotions company, IMC Concerts, has announced that PraiseFest Branson 2020, scheduled for March 12-14 in Branson, MO, has sold out of the full packages. According to IMC President Landon Beene, limited seating is still available for fans wishing to attend individual sessions. Beene shares, “We are thrilled with the early success of this event. Gospel music fans love coming to Branson. The beauty of the area, coupled with the incredible musical line-up, promise to be a winning combination at PraiseFest Branson.”

Fans who may miss out on the Spring event will have the opportunity to be a part of the new Praisefest Branson Fall Retreat, which will take place October 26-28, 2020, and will also be held at the Mansion Theater. “We believe the Fall event will be a great option for people who are unable to attend our Spring event,” states Beene. “We also believe many of the people who attend Praisefest Branson each year in March will want to come back again for the Fall Retreat.”

The 2020 Praisefest Branson Fall Retreat will include performances by such popular recording artists as Greater Vision, Triumphant Quartet, The Hoppers, The Isaacs, The Whisnants, The Perrys, Brian Free & Assurance, The Nelons, The Ball Brothers, Joseph Habedank and The Erwins. Renown speaker, Jim Cymbala, Pastor of The Brooklyn Tabernacle in Brooklyn, NY, will also be featured. Additionally, popular singer/songwriter and Christian comedian, Mark Lowry will appear at the event. “This event has the potential to be the largest gospel music event of its kind in the Midwest during the Fall season,” Beene states. “We are expecting a sellout, so we are recommending that people reserve their seats right away.”

Make plans now to be a part of the first-ever Praisefest Branson Fall Retreat. Complete information regarding the event is available at or

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The Voice of Southern Gospel Celebrates 40 Years

Written by SGN Scoops Staff on February 2, 2020 – 9:19 am -

Every genre  whether it be in music, film, television, or radio has a voice that transcends generations.
In Southern gospel music, we have been not only blessed but fortunate to have such a man. He’s a man
of integrity and vision. That man is Paul Heil.

Scoops: Congratulations on 40 years! What inspired you to get into radio?

Paul Heil: My interest in broadcasting goes back about as far as I can remember, perhaps as an outgrowth of my interest in journalism, especially newspapers. I was probably one of very few middle schoolers whose allowance went toward subscribing to the second daily local newspaper at home. So my interest in broadcasting involved the news quite a bit. In fact, I was news director at a local radio station for about seven years (just out of college) and then at a local TV station for two years (before beginning The Gospel Greats
program). Both of those stations were market leaders. But the production aspect of radio
always intrigued me, and, growing up, a particular local radio station was known for its outstanding production. That inspired that interest in me. I was also interested early in syndication and networking. During college I created a 12-station live network of college radio stations throughout southeastern Pennsylvania for a half-hour nightly news block.

Scoops: Who were some of your broadcast influences?

Paul Heil: My all-time radio hero; was Paul Harvey. When I was in 7th grade I smuggled a little transistor radio into school so I could listen to his noon broadcast during lunch.
Much later, when my family and I were vacationing in Chicago, one of the stations carrying The Gospel Greats program arranged for us to meet Paul Harvey at his offices. Shelia and I were, in fact, allowed to sit in his studio during his live noon network broadcast. Here’s the “rest of the story:”

Scoops: Tell us about your days on television in Lancaster. How did that shape your career?

Paul Heil: Actually, I was not on television — except for some voiceovers. I was behind the scenes as news director. Fascinating work. However, a change of ownership at the station created some tense times, and I think the Lord used that to help make me unhappy enough there to move on to do what He had in mind for me all along.

Scoops: How did you come up with the concept of The Gospel Greats?

Paul Heil: My interest in radio and radio program production and syndication led me to look for some way to put this interest to good use. My brother, John, had a local singing
group and introduced me to a monthly publication that included a Top 40 chart. Having been a fan of some of the syndicated Top 40 radio shows on the air in those days, I thought, Why not Southern Gospel? So the concept was born and launched — with the first broadcast on the first weekend of February, 1980, on a handful of stations around the country. Conceptually, though, I wanted to include the voices of the artists telling their stories, rather than doing it myself (as Casey Kasem did on secular radio). That became thes sound of The Gospel Greats program since the very beginning.

Maurice Templeton and his wife, Marsha, spent their first anniversary touring Pennsylvania Dutch country. Included was a visit with Paul and Shelia Heil

Maurice Templeton and his wife, Marsha, spent their first anniversary touring Pennsylvania Dutch country. Included was a visit with Paul and Shelia Heil

Scoops: Over forty years, I’m sure you’ve had some unique experiences and some memorable interviews. Is there one in particular that was your favorite?

Paul Heil: Lots of them. I remember one particular poignant interview with the late J. D. Sumner, whose public persona was quite often somewhat gruff. But when I asked him how he would like to be remembered in years to come, he said simply, “I would like them to remember the real J. D.,” Indeed, those who knew him said he had a heart of gold in his dealings with people he was trying to help. Another interesting interview was with the late Kenny Hinson. We were interviewing in a classroom at a high school where the Hinsons were to sing. We finished up, walked out into the hallway and Kenny got this look on his face. He heard the concert starting — with the Hinsons starting to sing without him. He rushed out, in his street clothes, grabbed a mike and never missed a beat. Perhaps one of my favorite interview experiences was when George Younce co-hosted The Gospel Greats program’s 20th anniversary edition in 2000. This was just after the Cathedrals had retired, and we actually recorded the program in George’s sunroom in Stow, Ohio. George was a very special man, always (along with Glen Payne) very supportive of what we were doing.

Scoops: Is there anyone that you wish that you had had the opportunity to interview?

Paul Heil: I would have loved to interview Albert E. Brumley. He contributed so much to this music and had quite a story to tell. (We’ve always considered his son, Bob, to be a good friend, too.) Actually, as I think about your question, I must say that we have been extremely blessed to have interviewed so many of the veterans of this music who have
passed on to Glory — stalwarts such as James Blackwood, Brock Speer, George Younce, Glen Payne, J. D. Sumner, Rex Nelon and many others. In retrospect, those experiences
become even more precious.

Scoops: How do you see radio evolving over the next five years?

Paul Heil: Next question? No — I really don’t know. Radio, as we’ve known it for decades, has succeeded best when it did an outstanding job at what it does best –communicate. In Christian radio, we have the greatest message of all to communicate — the Gospel. And, of course, the Gospel deserves our very best. Southern Gospel radio entertains to communicate. But the message is the most important element here. Technological changes may bring ears to radio in different ways in the future, but those ears; will only stay tuned if we make it worth their time.

Scoops: For someone reading this who is contemplating a career in broadcasting, what advice would you give them?

Paul Heil: Have you considered farming? No, seriously, there are great opportunities in broadcasting. But, as is the case in most endeavors, you have to give it your best. You have
to learn the fundamentals. People used to look at me strangely when I suggest to someone wanting to get into Christian radio that they first work in, and get trained by, an outstanding secular station. That was my background. When the skills are in place, then it’s time to take and use those skills in Christian radio. Do whatever the job requires — and gob that.

Scoops: With all of the experience you have, what is something you wish you could go back and tell your younger self?

Paul Heil: My greatest problems, professionally, have been the result of spreading myself too thinly among multiple projects. I’ve always had more interests than time to pursue those interests fully. I would tell my younger self, to focus more on the primary jobs — or job –that I believe the Lord gave me to do, which is, for the past forty years, The Gospel Greats program. Don’t get me wrong — I think the Lord has blessed my other endeavors over the years, too, but that was His grace at work and not necessarily His perfect will.

Scoops: Another aspect of your life is Springside Marketing. For those who may not be familiar with it, tell us what it is and how you came up with the idea for it.

Paul Heil: Springside started back in 1986 when we had so many people writing in to our program to say that they just didn’t know where to get all of the music we were playing on the air. Bookstores that even had music departments seldom had a very good selection of Southern Gospel music. So we started selling records and cassettes by mail through a catalog, and have continued to this day. Of course, today it’s CDs and DVDs, primarily. The website for that is

Scoops: Tell us about Paul Heil when he is off the air. What are some of your favorite activities?

Paul Heil: A favorite activity of mine these days is being with our little 2-year old granddaughter (who will soon have a sibling, thank the Lord). She is amazing. I also like to do interior renovation work at the house, finish carpentry, drywalling, electrical (but not plumbing), etc. I’ve often told Shelia we’re moving into a new house, one room at a time. But the press of work makes any such projects drag out for a very long time.

Scoops: Do you and Sheila have any favorite vacation destinations?

Paul Heil: Not particularly. We’ve taken some bus trips to sightsee in the past. We go on the Singing at Sea Cruise most years. But we really don’t get away much.

Scoops: Outside of music and broadcasting, what are you most passionate about?

Paul Heil: The best answer would simply be “the Gospel.” That’s the bottom line, as it should be for all of us. How can we get it out there, how can we reach more people? I feel SO blessed that the Lord gave me a love for the work I do which, by the way, just happens to get the Gospel out there. And, as someone recently pointed out to me, with the internet
the Gospel (through our program and many others) can literally be heard around the world.

Scoops: If you hadn’t gone into broadcasting, what career do you think you would have pursued?

Paul Heil: That’s a tough question. Perhaps something in journalism. My dad was a pastor, but I’ve never felt a call to preach, per se. I do feel that the Lord called me, instead, to the work I’m doing now. Nevertheless, He did let me experience preaching occasionally as a lay preacher for about ten years in our home church at the time. So, I don’t know a specific answer to the question, other than to say I’m sure the Lord would have directed my paths because that would have been my desire.

Scoops: You have interviewed countless people but now it’s time to turn the tables on you. What is one thing people don’t know about Paul Heil?

Paul Heil: You may not know that at the present time our business is entirely our family – Shelia and I and our two sons, Jason and Andrew. What a blessing it is to see them and
work with them every day! And there’s one thing that most people, I hope, do know about Paul Heil — but if they don’t, it’s this: first and foremost, he loves the Lord.

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StowTown Records Announces the Digital Release of The Greenes’ Classic “Hallelujah”

Written by SGN Scoops Staff on January 31, 2020 – 10:46 am -

StowTown Records Announces the Digital Release of The Greenes' Classic "Hallelujah"

StowTown Records Announces the Digital Release of The Greenes’ Classic “Hallelujah”

Nashville, TN  – In the late 1980s, from the small town of Boone, NC, a talented musical family known as The Greenes burst on the Gospel Music scene with songs like “It Sure Sounds Like Angels To Me,” “There’s A Miracle In Me” and “When I Knelt The Blood Fell.” For two and a half decades the popular trio delighted audiences worldwide with their unmistakable harmonies, releasing nearly 20 recordings prior to the untimely death of the group’s leader, Tony Greene.

The last recording, completed in 2010, featuring Tony and his wife, TaRanda, along with tenor Jeff Snyder, was produced by the late, great Lari Goss and will no doubt go down in history as a fan favorite. Hallelujah features The Greenes and Lari Goss at their best. From the upbeat “How Big” to the moving ballad “One Holy Lamb,” penned by multi-award-winning songwriter Phil Cross, to the powerful “I Walked Today Where Jesus Walked,” Hallelujah leaves listeners longing for more of the unmistakable sounds that made The Greenes so loved. “I’ll never forget being in the studio that day,” TaRanda recalls. “We recorded ‘I Walked Today’ in just one take with Lari sitting at the piano and me at the microphone. It was such a special moment and God’s Spirit just filled the room. I will never forget it.”
This year marks the 10th anniversary since the original release of the recording, and StowTown Records opted to release Hallelujah in digital format to commemorate this momentous occasion. “This is such a timeless recording,” states StowTown Records Records President Landon Beene. “It has never been released in digital format, and it is certainly worthy. We have wanted to release it in digital format for quite some time but felt it important to wait for the ten year anniversary. We believe it will reignite excitement for listeners who fell in love with the music of The Greenes years ago, and we also feel it will introduce many new listeners to a sound that is classic and should live on and on.”

The first single, “Heaven in the House,” released to radio last week. Hallelujah is being released under the StowTown Records Vault Series and is distributed by Sony/Provident and is available worldwide wherever fine Christian music is sold.

Hallelujah Track List:


One Holy Lamb
How Big is God
Unseen Hand
Oh The Cross
Well of Grace
It Doesn’t Matter Who You Are
God Is In This Place
We Love You Lord
Heaven in the House
I Walked Today Where Jesus Walked

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