2nd Generation In Studio Finishing Vocals For New Mainline Release

OAK GROVE, Ark. – (April 18, 2012) –Diamond Award winning trio 2nd Generation will be returning to the studio this month to finish up vocals on their highly anticipated new release.

The new album, titled Faithful, is being produced by award-winning producer Roger Talley (The Talleys, The Kingsmen, Tribute Quartet). The album also boasts songs from some of the industry’s biggest songwriters including Marty Funderburk, Rodney Griffin, John Lemonis, and more.

Vocals were recorded at Summit Studio in Morristown, Tennessee.

Brenda Denney of 2nd Generation said, “God has been so faithful to 2nd Generation over the last few years, and he continues to show his Faithfulness is everything we do. We knew that we needed to focus on His faithfulness on this new release.“

“These songs are so amazing,” resounded Elaine Robinson of 2nd Generation. “We can not wait to start ministering these songs in our events!”

Faithful also marks the first recording for 2nd Generation with new member Josh Adams. Josh is an accomplished musician and has been adding his keyboarding skills to 2nd Generation’s live programs.

Until the new release is available, 2nd Generation released their latest single, “Dust On the Altar,” to Southern Gospel radio. All radio promotions are being done by FOG Promotions. For more information – email thesecondg@yahoo.com.

For more information on 2nd Generation – visit http://www.2ndgenerationministries.com.

You can also find out more information about the group on their Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/pages/2nd-Generation-Home-Page/164776763569934 .

About 2nd Generation
2nd Generation is based out of the Oak Grove, Arkansas. 2nd Generation has appeared at churches, state fairs, Singing in the Sun, Trinity Broadcasting Network, the Jim Bakker Show, Branson Gospel Music Convention, and many other events.  The group’s current project, their sophomore album I See a City, has spawned off four hit singles including the #1 Fan Favorite songs “Feel the Joy” and “The Blood Covered It All.”