Nashville, TN- Homeland Records ( a div. of Homeland Entertainment Group) announces their latest artist signed to the Homeland Label; The Legendary Toney Brothers of Gallatin, TN. The Toney Brothers have been a staple artist in Gospel Music for almost 55 years and still perform in over 250 venues per year. Group manager Terry Toney who has been with the quartet since 1972 still has a vision and passion to carry the torch that his father and three uncles began in 1955. Throughout their longevity of their career, the group has traveled millions of miles and have had numerous chart singles. Their fans not only appreciate their prominent harmonies but also their sincerity at leading people to Jesus Christ and encouraging lyrics in today’s society.
The current lineup consists of Terry Toney singing bass, Gospel Music Veteran George Amon Webster (formerly of the Cathedral Quartet and Heartland Boys) singing baritone, Lead Vocalist Kasey Kemp (formerly of Naomi and The Segos) and newest member Judson Horner; tenor vocalist (also formerly of the Naomi and the Segos).
The Toney Brothers are currently in the studio beginning work on the yet to be titled project that is set to release on July 20th. The project will include a few new songs combined with traditional quartet favorites. This will be accompanied by a new DVD release as well from the Brush Arbor Jubilee Television series produced by Homeland Entertainment. The Toney Brothers will be a regular featured artist on Brush Arbor Jubilee which begins airing nationwide on networks and cable television stations late spring and early summer. Check the Brush Arbor Jubilee website for updates on scheduled listings.
(pictured left to right) Homeland CEO Bob Jones, George Amon Webster of the Toney Brothers, Terry Toney (Manager of the Toney Brothers) and Homeland Records Vice President Scott Godsey