(NASHVILLE, TENN) – With the combined enthusiasm and ministry experience of a group of talented men, The Old Paths Quartet was founded in Atlanta. The group quickly became one of the most influential, trendsetting Christian groups in Southern Gospel Music. Their first two national releases produced four #1 radio hits, earning The Old Paths the respect of fans and their peers as one of the genre’s strongest vocal groups.
Stay (Sonlite Records) is the latest album from The Old Paths. It is set for release tomorrow, March 17th.
The group chose its name from Jeremiah 6:16 KJV – “Thus saith the LORD, Stand ye in the ways, and see, and ask for The Old Paths, where is the good way, and walk therein, and ye shall find rest for your souls…” – and the group has remained committed to its mission to share “the good way” through its musical ministry. Recognition and accolades have not changed The Old Paths’ vision.
They are ordinary people with the same trials of daily life shared by all — families to care for, bills to pay, and not enough hours in the day. Yet, they’re extraordinary when it comes to singing and sharing inspiring and uplifting songs.
Tim Rackley sings the first single, “Ordinary People.” Lead singer Tim Rackley also offers a commanding performance of the majestic ballad “How Great The Debt.” Bass singer Daniel Ashmore brings his rich, resonant vocals to “What A Happy Morning.” Tenor Jeremy Peace ends the album on a high note, literally and figuratively, with the soaring standout song “Out of The Grave.”
The Old Paths are here to Stay … faithful to spreading the message of the Gospel, committed to their fans, and true to a standard of musical and vocal excellence.