MURFREESBORO, Tenn. â€“ (January 31, 2011) â€“ Sunday Edition, one of Middle Tennesseeâ€™s favorite groups, is proud to announce the engagement of group member Chris Unthank to Noel Lowrance of Murfreesboro, Tennessee.
In addition to singing with Sunday Edition, Chris is the son of Deon & Susan Unthank (administrators of AbsolutelyGospel.com, formerly SoGospelNews.com â€“ the internetâ€™s largest e-zine dedicated to Southern Gospel music). He is also the co-founder of SSE Group, Inc., a publicity and web-publishing firm dedicated to assisting emerging artists in the field of Southern Gospel. Chris was recently appointed the editor-in-chief of AbsolutelyGospel.com earlier this month.
Noel, originally from Waco, Texas, currently resides in Murfreesboro, Tennessee. She is currently working as the church secretary at Turning Point Assembly of God, the coupleâ€™s home church. Noel is the daughter of Rev. Johnny and Brenda Lowrance. Rev. Lowrance was the writer of the hit song â€œMender of Broken Wings.â€
The happy couple has set the date for their wedding for Saturday, August 27, 2011. The wedding will take place at Turning Point Assembly of God in Murfreesboro, Tennessee. The couple is planning to reside in Murfreesboro, Tennessee where Chris plans to remain a vital part of Sunday Edition, SSE Group, Inc. and AbsolutelyGospel.com.
For more information on the wedding, visit http://www.chrisandnoel.com.
For more information on Sunday Edition, visit them on the popular social networking site Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/sundayedition .Â Sunday Editionâ€™s MySpace can be found at http://myspace.com/thesundayedition/.Â Fans can visit Sunday Editionâ€™s Shoutlife at http://www.shoutlife.com/sundayedition/.
About Sunday Edition
Sunday Edition was formed back in the early 70â€™s as an all-male quartet.Â Now, 30 years later, the group has reformed as the family trio consisting of Deon Unthank, Amy Marie Unthank, and Chris Unthank.Â The group has a rich sound with a wide variety of influences which range from traditional southern to country and progressive southern to black gospel.