Bessemer City, NC – Son Sound Music Group announces the brand new bluegrass gospel release “Where I Learned to Pray” by The Golden Valley Crusaders of Golden Valley, NC.
The group was established in 1970. Many miles have come and gone since then but the group still has the same goal to meet, spreading God’s love through song. GVC has many national recordings to their credit and maintains an extensive concert schedule. Audiences will be blessed to hear all the new songs recorded on this project, composed by the likes of Loretta Lynn, Hank Williams Sr., Ralph Stanley and Gerald Crabb to name a few.
“We believe it is the band’s best recording to date. They just keep getting better every time!” states studio manager, Holly Robinson-Blanton.
The album was produced by the incredibly talent, David Johnson of North Wilkesboro, NC and Johnson also appearing as a guest musician on the recording playing fiddle. Group leader, Butch Cook is featured on baritone vocals, mandolin and guitar; banjo, lead and tenor vocals are provided by Mr. Clint Houser; David Heavner sings lead and tenor as well and compliments the album with mandolin and guitar; Gary Heavner is featured on the upright bass and Edward Bailey also plays guitar.
Catch GVC at one of their upcoming appearances to purchase the new release. They will be appearing October 9 in Sylva, NC at The Mater Farm Bluegrass Festival; October 10th at Burgin’s Chapel in Black Mountain, NC; October 15th in Minette, AL and the Bay Minette Bluegrass Festival and October 16th and 17th at Gold Rush Days in Dahlonega, GA. You can find more information about The Golden Valley Crusaders at
www.gvcmusic.com or for more information on Son Sound Music Group and their services visit www.sonsoundstudios.com.