This Weekend’s Harmony Road TV Program Features Concept Video from Phil Cross

Written by SGN Scoops Staff on March 15, 2013 – 9:01 am -

SIGNAL MOUNTAIN, TN March 13, 2013,
This weekend’s Harmony Road television program features the concept video “You Do Not Owe1v
Me One Thing” from Phil Cross. The Program also features Three Bridges with “Satan and
Grandma”, music from Greater Vision and The Talleys as well as The Crist Family with “My
Heart Knows”.

Harmony Road can be found each Sunday morning at 8 Eastern on TNN, The Nashville
Network. Information on TNN and its growing list of affiliates can be found at
www.watchtnn.com.

You can also find Harmony Road each Saturday evening and Sunday morning on WMJN29 in
the Huntsville/Decatur, Alabama area and streamed on the internet at www.wmjn29.com. The
program is also shown on Sunday afternoons in the Anniston/Gadsden Alabama area on tv24,
and on Charter Cable in Clarksville and Jackson, TN where it’s also available “on demand”.
Harmony Road is also seen Saturday evenings on theWALKtv. For a list of affiliates and
information on streaming, including ROKU, go to www.thewalktv.com

Watch for announcements regarding new markets for Harmony Road in several cities around
the country as well as news on great new contest with prizes valued at over $500 as well as
great tickets to top gospel events, trips, log cabin stays, dvds/cd’s and more! Information can be
found at www.facebook.com/harmonyroadtv or www.harmonyroadtv.com.

Hosted by Singing News publisher and Solid Gospel Radio host Les Butler, this week’s program
originates from Jim Oliver’s Smokehouse in Monteagle, Tennessee. More information about the
Smokehouse can be found at www.thesmokehouse.com.

Other members of the Harmony Road team include Ball Brothers pianist, Cody McVey, doing
interviews and stories “from the road”, as well as Randy Liner, Technical Director and Roger
Spears, Producer.


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