Patterson Music Group Announces PP Vol. 11 National Radio Releases

 Patterson Music Group NEW LOGO{EHA-Nashville, TN) Gospel hit songwriter and recording artist, Phil Cross, brings the popular Poet Voices into the national spotlight as he enlists Patterson Music Group’s radio division to represent the trio with promotions. The fans proved they were excited about the group’s re-launch last year as the group made a renewed commitment to their full-time music ministry. Phil’s, “Grace Will Bring Me Home,” is the first song on the PP Vol. 11 radio comp. The Singing Cookes, who have been a Gospel music staple for decades, has the 2nd song on PP. Vol. 11 with “I’ll Be There.” This group has realized many successful recordings and has been a household name among fans everywhere. Songwriter and former member of Heaven’s Highway, David Timms, sings in his trademark Gospel style with, “Everything You Died For.” David writes and has aligned himself with the songwriting talents of Gerald Crabb, as well. 
The Partons, who do tours in Canada and hail from the same Eastern Tennessee area of their cousins, Dolly and Stella, have an uplifting, “Up Ahead” on this comp. The soulful, rich vocals of the radio promoter herself, Pauline Patterson, will be enjoyed by listeners across the country, as she offers a gem, “Her Roots Run Deep.” Tim Ooten has endeared many with his moving songs, as made evident with his charting success on the fan-voted top 40 at Southern Gospel Times. He sends out “Set Free” and has been consistently marketed to national radio through Patterson Promotions. “Way Too Close” is going out from the Gibbons Family, and Pauline notes, “I am excited to be working with the Gibbons Family. I believe the listeners will really enjoy this song from this anointed family.” The Underwoods, from Nettleton, MS, have been ministering with their music for many years and they have “Will You Meet Me (Over Yonder)” for release. Steven Lawson is another popular artist among fans and releases “Just for Me.” Mercy’s Bridge is also no stranger to the Gospel Music genre and they have sent “Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door” through Pauline. 

“Two Coats,” is going out through the popular Lancaster, Ohio group, Cross Pointe . “Under Grace” is the song, Georgia, well-loved Southern Gospel trio, chose for release and Brandon Hughes chose “The Old Lighthouse Shining Still.”  Jr. Deason has “I Built a Cross for a King,”Appearing on their new entry level label Southern Gospel Times are Steven Taylor who recorded, “Now I Know What Praising God will Do,” and Larry Davis sends out “God Is Near in Times of Fear.” Pauline Patterson notes, “I believe this is a great comp and we are so excited to be working for these wonderful artists. I hope everyone calls radio and supports the release of these new songs. I believe they’re really going to be a blessing!”  For additional info: PR contact: