Nashville, TN (January 15, 2016) The new year has begun with exciting growth and news from Butler Music Group. BMG is thrilled to announce the addition of three new groups to their Artist Management division. Butler Music Group is proud to add the Dunaways, Sacred Harmony, and the Coffmans to its family of artists.
A mainstay in Gospel music for over twenty years, the Dunaways have appeared on stages all across the nation at events such as the National Quartet Convention, Silver Dollar City, and Dollywood. This award winning family group has had numerous #1 hit songs and a long list of radio hits. “I have been blessed to work with this wonderful family for many years. They’ve been a part of our Family Music label for years. I am excited to add BMG Management to our relationship,” stated Les Butler, President of Butler Music Group.
With the recent growth of the BMG family, Les Butler has also announced an expansion of the Artist Management division. “The artists we work with are often at different stages in their musical journeys. Some have been active for many years while some are fresh to the Gospel music industry. This new division will allow us to introduce some fantastic groups to the fans of Gospel music,” added Butler. BMG is pleased to announce the addition of Sacred Harmony and the Coffmans to BMG Management via the BMG/Dawn Management division.
Sacred Harmony is based in Johnson City, Tennessee. Group members Janet Weaver, Brian Scott and Theresa Bellamy have been ministering the Gospel through music for over fifteen years. They have been blessed to sing at large and small venues across the nation. On January 21, 2016, Sacred Harmony will be appearing at the Crossville Palace Theatre along with Larry Gatlin to a sold out crowd. “I am proud that Sacred Harmony will be singing the Gospel of Christ to a sold out crowd of country and Gospel music lovers,” states Butler.
“Although the Coffmans are fairly new to Southern Gospel Music, they feature strong vocals, a tremendous amount of passion and a true heart for ministry. I am certain fans will fall in love with them as they hear their music and get to know them personally,” stated Matt Felts, General Manager of Butler Music Group. From Danville, KY, Louis, Tamra and Canaan Coffman take their music and ministry seriously. Butler states, “the great state of Kentucky have produced some incredible family groups over the years including, but not limited to the Happy Goodmans, Rambos, Bishops and the Crabb Family. The Coffmans will soon add their name to this amazing list of great artists.”