Signal Mountain, TN Harmony Road, the 30 minute Southern Gospel TV program, hosted by Les Butler, begins it’s fourth season this weekend. The program is available to over 90 million television homes nationwide plus international reach, online networks and a mobile app.
Harmony Road’s fourth season begins with their annual National Quartet Convention special. The program features music and video from the event’s first year in Pigeon Forge, TN. Songs on the program include: Old Paths and “Long Live the King,” “Karen Peck and New River with “Finish Well,” Legacy Five performs “He Made a Change,” plus music from Ernie Haase and Signature Sound, and more.
“We are so thankful and excited to be beginning our fourth year of broadcast,” said Roger Spears, program producer. “Our growth and longetivity are due to loyal viewers, as well as wonderful stations, and networks. It’s important to let these stations and networks know much we all appreciate them airing family friendly, inspirational programming,” he concluded. Spears also commended host Les Butler and associate producer, Allan Rhodes for their excellent work on the program.
In its first three years, Harmony Road TV has presented hundreds of Southern Gospel songs by scores of artists. The programs continued growth has allowed it to be available nationwide on networks, local stations, ROKU, cable systems, online streaming, DirecTV, ROKU, Amazon Fire TV and other outlets. This means people all across the country can enjoy Southern Gospel videos and hear the Word through music. Harmony Road has had dozens of interviews and special co-hosts, including some of the top artists in Southern Gospel music. While Jim Oliver’s Smokehouse on Monteagle Mountain, Tennessee is the home for the majority of the programs, several episodes have originated from other locations in Louisville, Pigeon Forge, Nashville and Lawrenceburg, TN. Harmony Road also presented an original Christmas program of acouistic music.