Homeland Entertainment Group Signs His Praise Quartet

Nashville, TN- Heartwarming Records ( a division of Homeland Entertainment Group) announces the signing of a fresh new quartet to the national scene; His Praise Quartet. His Praise hails from Hopkinsville, Kentucky and although they formed in 2000 at Hillcrest Baptist Church in their home area it was not till July of 2004 they awarded the Grand champion at the Kentucky State Farm Bureau Quartet and eventually advanced the Group Talent Competition at the National Quartet Convention. Since that time the group has been singing regionally around their Kentucky and surrounding areas.

The quartet consists of Bass Dale Lisembe, Baritone Marc Thomas, Tenor Stephen Fryer and Lead Jesse Tewell. All four members have attended and graduated from the Steve Hurst School of Music and are currently seeing many doors begin to open with concerts in churches, civic centers, fairs and numerous festivals through the country. Now with Homeland/Heartwarming being their new label home their first label release “Holy Is Thy Name” produced by award winning producer Lari Goss is set to release in next month in mid July, with the debut single “A Wonderful Change” arriving at stations presently.

It is the desire of His Praise Quartet to serve the Lord Our God through song. It is our prayer that souls will be won for the Kingdom of Christ and that Christians will be renewed through the anointing of this Word.

Homeland Director of A/R Eric Melton stated ” We feel blessed that God has brought artists to us that have a common goal among themselves to see souls won to the kingdom of God. With talents like His Praise and production like Lari Goss has completed on this recording, the unity that is promoted through the ministry is expected to see unlimited possibilities as they sing the gospel in every concert and church service.

For more information on His Praise Quartet you can find them at www.hispraiseqt.com or www.homelandentertainmentgroup.com or on Facebook at His Praise Quartet Fan Club.