An Announcement From the Office of The Mystery Men

Group Seeking To Fill Baritone Position

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – (April 30, 2011) – The Mystery Men are currently accepting applications for the baritone position with the quartet. During this interim period, Greg Justice and Deon Unthank ( have agreed to temporarily fill the position.

“This is a new day for The Mystery Men.  We are excited to see who God sends us to fill the position”, states Jym Howe.

If you would like to audition for the baritone position with The Mystery Men, please send a demo, headshot, and resume (with references) to or mail to The Mystery Men, Attn: Auditions, P.O. Box 48, White House, TN 37188.

The Mystery Men have been at the forefront of Gospel music over the last couple of years with the release of two critically acclaimed albums – Blue Collar Gospel and this year’s Grassroots. In addition, Blue Collar Gospel was named one of the top releases of 2010 according to the staff of

The group is currently preparing to record their new mainline studio release. Fans and friends all across the country are encouraged to call and request The Mystery Men’s latest single – “The Blood of One Man.”

The Mystery Men have received five mentions on the Top 10 ballot of the 2011 SGN Scoops Diamond Awards – including Favorite Song (“Count Me In”), Favorite Album and Favorite Country Album (Blue Collar Gospel), Favorite Male Quartet, and Favorite DVD/Short Video (“Who Prayed For Me?”).

For more information about The Mystery Men, visit the group’s website: . You can also keep up with the group on social network sites like Facebook ( and Twitter (