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Chronicle Announces New Lyric Video and Release to Radio

Written by SGN Scoops Staff on January 12, 2021 – 10:12 am -

Chronicle Announces New Lyric Video and Release to Radio

Chronicle Announces New Lyric Video and Release to Radio

Denham Springs, LA   SGN Scoops 2019 Sunrise Duo of the Year, Chronicle, has announced the release of their next radio single, Old Rugged Cross, as well as an accompanying lyric video.

The beloved husband and wife team, Tim and Missy Kinchen, have chosen to record one of the most well-known hymns of any generation. They have skillfully reimagined the classic Old Rugged Cross with their signature powerhouse vocals and harmonies, as well as Tim’s award-winning saxophone stylings, giving the hymn a fresh new sound and flavor without taking away from its timeless beauty.

Already making a splash on the radio charts with their current single, City of Gold, they continue to amaze with this fresh new release of a beloved old song.  Not letting the current Pandemic keep them away from their calling, they are also working with one of Nashville’s finest producers, Les Butler, on a new project that is scheduled to be completed early this year.

Of this newest radio release and lyric video, Tim says “Sometimes we just need to be reminded of the timeless promises of God. Can there be anything more important during this uncertain time, than to bring to mind the sacrifice of Jesus on the cross? That message has never been better articulated than in the lyrics and music of this wonderful old hymn. We hope our version of Old Rugged Cross blesses you and brings you back to a simpler time in your life.”

 

The video can be viewed here: https://youtu.be/L36vMvG5psQ


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Beyond the Song: Chronicle sings “City of Gold”

Written by Staff on October 21, 2020 – 4:26 pm -

Beyond the song . Jantina baxteen. Chronicle

Chronicle

Beyond the Song by Jantina Baksteen

For this interview, we step into the lives of Tim and Missy Kinchen, who we know as Chronicle. They met each other at a very young age at a revival service. Missy shares she was around 12 or 13 years of age, and Tim must have been 15 – 16 years old when the first saw each other. Little did they know, they would actually meet again five years later at a revival in Watson, Louisiana, beginning a romance that continues today.

The Kinchens are the proud parents of Tim, Jr., and Christie, their daughter-in-law, and are also proud grandparents of Kolson. Missy and Tim reside in Denham Springs, Louisiana.

     

 

Jantina Baksteen: So Missy, lets get started.You are a singing couple that form the Chronicle ministry. When did this come to life and why the name Chronicle? 

Missy Kinchen: We have been Chronicle the past 11 years since April, 2009, and have been in ministry approximately 24 years. The name Chronicle came from a gospel group Greg knew of from the 80’s that had disbanded. He called one of the members and asked if we could have permission to use the name and they agreed.

Chronicle started in 2009 with six people. Over the years, (we) went down to five, four, then a trio in 2013 made up of Tim Kinchen, Greg Sullivan and Missy Kinchen. We share many happy memories of (traveling) on the road, sharing the gospel with many. Chronicle became a duo in October of 2016 after Greg had to leave due to unforeseen circumstances.

JB: Who are your musical influences?

MK: Tim’s musical influences as a child was his uncle that lived next door, Hilary Turner, and his older brother, James L. Kinchen, Jr., (Bubba). (I) wasn’t in music much as a child, but would sing gospel songs with (my) grandmothers, Eva McDonald, and Martha McLin.

 

JB: When we hear Chronicle, we also hear that unmistakable, smooth sax sound. How long has Tim played the saxophone and does he play other instruments?  

MK: Tim has been playing the saxophone 40 years. He started in school. (Tim) also plays lead guitar, bass guitar and acoustic guitar.

JB: You just released a song to radio, “City Of Gold,” written by Shirley Cohron; on what album is that recorded? 

MK: “City of Gold,” is off of Chronicle’s “Sunday Morning Red Back Hymnal” album (from) 2018. This song was in Tim’s family a long time. He remembers hearing his brother sing this song many times.

JB: What is the message in this song?

MK: This song talks about a city of gold where no one will ever be in pain, no sickness or death in this beautiful place.

JB: What is your message you share on stage?

MK: Chronicle shares the message that there is hope in Christ Jesus. He is the answer for anything you face in life, for truly all of our hope is in Him.

JB: Do you have a personal testimony you’d like to share that could be of help to others?  

MK: God healed me twice. Once with a health problem; she had someone pray with her and was healed from that day (she was in her 20’s). Then another time, when she was faced with surgery, she was healed the day before the surgery; another test revealed that she was healed. Missy remembers praying before she went into the room for the test, and saying, “Lord, by faith I am touching the hem of your garment.” She didn’t want to have surgery. The doctor called her and said “miracles still happen”

JB: We all go through stuff and feel as if we are down in a valley. When you feel yourself in that situation, you still have to perform on stage. Do you use that on stage or do you step outside of that? How does that work for you? 

MK: Sometimes before a concert, when we may be down about something before a singing, we just have to pray before we go and ask the Lord to take over and minister through us. Because sometimes you haven’t had a great day, or may not be feeling well, but God is still God, and deserves to be the main focus of what we do.

JB: You quoted Psalm 21:3 on your website. Why this verse?

MK: The reason we quoted that verse is because it is His power that we want to exalt through our singing; it’s not about us but about Him.

JB: If a church would like to book you, how can they reach you? 

MK: You can reach us at our website http://www.chroniclegospelgroup.com  and all of our contact information is on there.

We hope you enjoy the song “City of Gold,” as sung by Chronicle.

 

Thank you, Chronicle, for sharing your ministry with SGNScoops. We pray that your ministry blesses and brings the message of hope to those who have no hope, or who may need a special touch.

Jantina Baksteen. Beyond the Song

Jantina Baksteen

By Jantina Baksteen

Jantina Baksteen is a gospel music writer and regular contributor to SGNScoops magazine and website.

Jantina Baksteen – biography:

I live all the way overseas in the Netherlands. I’m married and I have three adult children. I grew up in a Christian home and knew in my early years that I wanted to belong to Him. I surrendered my life to Christ was baptized one day before I turned 11 years old. Somehow, the seed of loving gospel music was planted by the style of music my parents played at home. Around 2006/2007, I was listening to Gaither homecoming music that I found on the internet. The song, “Oh, What A Savior,” by Ernie Haase hit me with the so-called Southern gospel bug. From there, I’ve been reading /studying all I can find. I found the digital SGNScoops Magazine. I started praying for God to please give me a job in the Southern gospel industry. Now I do the “Beyond the Song” article that really has my heart as I am reaching out to artists, asking about a current song and having a sneak peak behind the scenes.

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Chronicle and Greg Sullivan Announces New Date for 11th Annual Anniversary Sing Featuring Karen Peck and New River

Written by Staff on April 21, 2020 – 6:47 am -

Chronicle Announces New Date for 11th Annual Anniversary Sing Featuring Karen Peck and New River Denham Springs, LA  – Award winning Christian duo, Chronicle, has announced a new date for their 2020 Anniversary Sing featuring Karen Peck and New River. It is scheduled for Friday, September 18, in Livingston, LA.

This well-loved event, hosted by Chronicle along with soloist Greg Sullivan, will feature the popular five-time GRAMMY® Award nominated and seven-time Dove Award winning group, Karen Peck and New River. Greg is celebrating his second anniversary as a soloist.

The event will be held at the Suma Crossing Theatre, 28975 S Satsuma Rd, Livingston, LA. The doors open at 5:30, with a 7:00 pm start time.

Chronicle Announces New Date for 11th Annual Anniversary Sing Featuring Karen Peck and New River Tim Kinchen said, “We are so happy to host this event again this year, and are excited by this celebration of ministry in these last days. ‘And it shall come to pass in the last days, saith God, I will pour out of my Spirit upon all flesh’ Acts 2:17.  We’re looking forward to sharing the stage with Karen Peck and New River, and our friend Greg Sullivan. I know it will be a great blessing to our community and our fans.”

Chronicle Announces New Date for 11th Annual Anniversary Sing Featuring Karen Peck and New River Tickets can be purchased in advance here and also at the door.

Chronicle has a new radio release from their project “Where Did The Wind Go.” The song, J”Proved His Love,” was recently released to radio and is climbing the charts.

Chronicle Announces New Date for 11th Annual Anniversary Sing Featuring Karen Peck and New River

To purchase Chronicle’s music click any of these icons or go to : https://www.chroniclegospelgroup.com/ministry-music-store

To connect with Chronicle just follow them on social media or the group’s website.

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About Chronicle

Husband and wife duo, Chronicle, hail from Denham Springs, Louisiana. Comprised of Melissa Kinchen (Missy) and husband, Tim Kinchen, they travel and minister throughout the southern United States.

Their unique sound has a soulful country vibe, held together by Missy’s rich alto vocals and Tim’s throaty baritone voice.  Highlighted by Tim’s amazing prowess on the sax, the group can make even the oldest hymn sound fresh and new. Gifted with the ability to write their own anointed music there is an added dimension to their concerts that makes them an award-winning combination.

Chronicle shares in both concert, and the Word, when requested. Their experienced delivery and love of the Lord is evident in every moment they are on the platform.

Their on-going partnership with producer Ricky Atkinson and Resting Place Music has allowed their music to be shared across the radio airways.  They are a sound to be reckoned with, and any church would be privileged and blessed to have them in.

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Chronicle and Greg Sullivan Ministries Announce 11th Annual Anniversary Sing Featuring Karen Peck and New River

Written by SGN Scoops Staff on February 21, 2020 – 12:52 pm -

Chronicle Announces 11th Annual Anniversary Sing Featuring Karen Peck and New River

Chronicle Announces 11th Annual Anniversary Sing Featuring Karen Peck and New River

Denham Springs, LA  – Award winning Christian duo, Chronicle, has announced their 2020 Anniversary Sing, scheduled for Saturday, May 2nd in Livingston, LA.

This well-loved event, hosted by Chronicle, will feature the popular Five-time GRAMMY® Award nominated and seven-time Dove Award winning group, Karen Peck and New River. Gospel artist, Greg Sullivan will also be performing.

The event will be held at the Summa Crossing Theatre, 28975 S Satsuma Rd, Livingston, LA. The doors open at 4:30, with a 6:00 pm start time.

Tim Kinchins said, “We are so happy to host this event again this year, and are excited by this celebration of ministry in these last days. ‘And it shall come to pass in the last days, saith God, I will pour out of my Spirit upon all flesh’ Acts 2:17.  We’re looking forward to sharing the stage with Karen Peck and New River, and our friend Greg Sullivan. I know it will be a great blessing to our community and our fans.”

Tickets can be purchased in advance here and also at the door.

 


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One Day Closer to the 2020 Diamond Award Nominations

Written by Staff on February 2, 2020 – 12:26 pm -

Diamond Awards presented by Coastal MediaThe 2020 Diamond Award Nominations open tomorrow, Monday, February 3, on SGNScoops.com. So come join us as we continue to travel down the Road to the Diamond Awards.

Jessica Horton at 2019 Diamond Awards

Jessica Horton at 2019 Diamond Awards

Today we look at several more categories, all under the heading of “Sunrise,” which can be awarded to any new or developing full-time artist who has seen major growth in their career, as evidenced in airplay or personal appearances during the past year. Nominees in this category must have released their debut single only two years prior to the eligibility date of January 1, 2020. This award is also a once-in-a-lifetime honor and can be given to any artist in the Southern,

Jordan Family Band at Diamond Awards 2018

Country or Bluegrass Christian music genres. These categories include the Sunrise Award (any artists), Sunrise Duet of the Year, Trio of the Year, and Quartet of the Year. Some past winners have included: Jessica Horton, Chronicle, Day 3, Justified Quartet, Jordan Family Band, Old Time Preachers Quartet, the Chandlers, Morgan Easter, 11th Hour, and others.

The Diamond Awards also celebrate Christian Country artists with Christian Country Group of the Year and Song of the Year. The nominees must be full-time Christian Country artists. Some past winners have included:

Sarah Davison of HighRoad at 2016 Diamond Awards

Sarah Davison of HighRoad at 2016 Diamond Awards

CHRISTIAN COUNTRY GROUP OF THE YEAR: Some winners have been HighRoad, the Freemans, The Isaacs, Jeff and Sheri Easter, the Drummond Family, and Crossfire Gospel Band. And the 2019 winners were Mark209.

CHRISTIAN COUNTRY SONG OF THE YEAR : The 2016 winner was “One Step Closer”- Arkin Terrell; and the 2019 winner was: “Hide Me Behind The Cross” by Tonja Rose.

Who will you nominate? Stay tuned to this site as we continue the countdown to the 2020 Diamond Award Nominations!

More about Creekside Gospel Music Convention:

Creekside Gospel Music Convention is held annually in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, presenting national and regional gospel music in a family-friendly environment. The last week in October is filled with Southern, Country, and Bluegrass gospel music at the Smoky Mountain Convention Center. Daytime showcases, evening concerts, and midnight prayer, all feature award-winning artists and speakers. The Diamond Awards are a nationally-recognized yearly award show hosted by SGNScoops Magazine and voted on by their readers and fans.  For more information please call Rob Patz at 360 – 933 – 0741.

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Diamond Awards 2019 celebrate Williamsons, Triumphant, Jan Goff, more

Written by Staff on October 30, 2019 – 3:05 pm -

2019 Diamond Awards celebrate Williamsons, Triumphant, Jan Goff, more

The Williamsons at the 2019 Diamond Awards

Pigeon Forge, Tenn. (October 30, 2019) — The 2019 Diamond Awards presentation was held last night, Tues. Oct. 29, 2019, at the Smoky Mountain Convention Center in Pigeon Forge, Tenn. Held as part of the Creekside Gospel Music Convention, the awards ceremony honored industry veterans Eddie Crook, Jan Goff, Kenna Turner West, and Gerald Crabb, as well as newcomers Jessica Horton, Chronicle, Day 3, and Justified. “King Jesus” singers, Eagle’s Wings, swept the Bluegrass awards, winning all four categories.

The evening began with Justified singing outdoors at the Creekside Singing on the Square. From there, the festivities moved indoors to the Creekside mainstage. The Williamsons, The Dodrill Family, Mark209, Cami Shrock, The Pine Ridge Boys, and Josh and Ashley Franks, were a few of the artists on the evening schedule. Pastor Josh Franks gave an encouraging and inspiring message.

The 2019 Diamond Awards were produced and directed by Jean Grady of Gospel Music Today and Rob Patz of SGNScoops Magazine and Coastal Media.

 

2019 Diamond Awards celebrate Williamsons, Triumphant, Jan Goff, more

Robert York with Jan Buckner Goff 

Here are the winners of the 2019 Diamond Awards:

J.D. SUMNER LIVING LEGEND AWARD – Eddie Crook

MIXED GROUP OF THE YEAR – The Williamsons

QUARTET OF THE YEAR – Triumphant Quartet

TRIO OF THE YEAR – The Hyssongs

DUET OF THE YEAR – Josh and Ashley Franks

FEMALE VOCALIST Of THE YEAR – Sheri Easter

MALE VOCALIST Of THE YEAR – Jason Crabb

SUNRISE AWARD – Jessica Horton

2019 Diamond Awards celebrate Williamsons, Triumphant, Jan Goff, more

Vonda Armstrong, Ashley and Josh Franks 

SUNRISE DUET OF THE YEAR – Chronicle

SUNRISE TRIO OF THE YEAR – Day 3

SUNRISE QUARTET OF THE YEAR – Justified Qt

SONG OF THE YEAR – “Sun’s Gonna Come Up” – The LeFevre Quartet

SUNRISE SONG OF THE YEAR – “Living For The Call” – The Ferguson Family

CHRISTIAN COUNTRY GROUP OF THE YEAR – Mark209

CHRISTIAN COUNTRY SONG OF THE YEAR – “Hide Me Behind The Cross” – Tonja Rose

2019 Diamond Awards celebrate Williamsons, Triumphant, Jan Goff, more

Ken and Jean Grady of Gospel Music Today 

ANTHONY BURGER INSTRUMENTALIST OF THE YEAR – Jeff Stice

DOTTIE RAMBO SONGWRITER OF THE YEAR – Gerald Crabb

BLUEGRASS GOSPEL SONG OF THE YEAR – “King Jesus” – Eagle’s Wings

BLUEGRASS GOSPEL MALE ARTIST OF THE YEAR – Matthew Wilson

BLUEGRASS GOSPEL FEMALE ARTIST OF THE YEAR – Debra Wilson

BLUEGRASS GOSPEL GROUP OF THE YEAR – Eagle’s Wings

Gospel Music Today VIDEO/DVD OF THE YEAR – “When The Mountain Can’t Be Moved” – Tonja Rose

PAUL HEIL AWARD (Broadcasting) – Dave Taylor – KWFC

Kenna West and Cami Shrock 

PUBLISHER’S AWARD – Kenna West

MOUNTAINTOP INDUSTRY PROFESSIONAL AWARD – Sheila Blackwell

JERRY GOFF AWARD – Jan Goff

For more information on Creekside Gospel Music Convention please click HERE.

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Eagle's Wings 3 at Diamond Awards 2019

Eagle’s Wings

Mike Stankovic with Tim and Missy Kinchen of Chronicle at 2019 Diamond Awards

Mike Stankovic with Tim and Missy Kinchen of Chronicle at 2019 Diamond Awards

Hope's Journey at the 2019 Diamond Awards

Hope’s Journey at the 2019 Diamond Awards

Rob Patz with Debi Crabb and Gerald Crabb at Diamond Awards 2019

Rob Patz with Debi Crabb and Gerald Crabb at Diamond Awards 2019

Dennis and Leslie mcKay with Jessica Horton at Diamond Awards 2019

Dennis and Leslie McKay with Jessica Horton at Diamond Awards 2019

Justified at the Singing On The Square at Creekside 2019

Justified at the Singing On The Square at Creekside 2019

For live video presentations of the Diamond Awards 2019 and more from Creekside, visit the SGNScoops Facebook page HERE.

Creekside Gospel Music Convention is an annual event held in Pigeon Forge, featuring over 50 artists, daytime showcases, evening concerts, the Dr. Jerry Goff Honors, Diamond Awards and Midnight Prayer.  For more information, call Rob Patz at 360 – 933 – 0741.

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Vernon Alabama’s Gospel Music Weekend Spotlight Artist- Chronicle

Written by scoopsnews on May 11, 2019 – 7:07 am -

Vernon Alabama’s Gospel Music Weekend Spotlight Artist- Chronicle

From Chronicle:

Chronicle is from Denham Springs, Louisiana. We are so thankful to God that we have had the opportunity to sing and minister across the southern United States. Group members are Tim Kinchen and Missy Kinchen. Chronicle will bring great southern and country gospel music along with praise and worship to it’s audiences. We also share God’s word, when given the opportunity, following the leadership  of the Holy Spirit. We use tracks along with saxophone and acoustic guitar.
It is such a privilege and honor for us to work with our producer Ricky Atkinson and Resting Place Music. This partnership along with much prayer has allowed our music to be shared across the airways at radio, we are so thankful to God for this.
We  attend local churches in the Livingston Parish area, and all have conservative christian values. We believe that salvation only comes through the shed blood of Jesus Christ. We want to thank all who have contributed to the growth and success of Chronicle. Mostly we thank God for opening the doors and providing the means needed, to spread His glorious gospel. We are looking forward to seeing you in Vernon, Alabama on September 6th and 7th!

Here is a poster with a complete lineup of Artists for the event.

More information about Vernon Alabama’s Gospel Music Weekend: HERE


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2019 Vernon Alabama’s Gospel Music Weekend

Written by Staff on March 29, 2019 – 3:46 pm -

Vernon Alabama's Gospel Music Weekend

 

Vernon Alabama’s Gospel Music Weekend will be held Sept. 6 – 7, 2019 at the City Auditorium in downtown Vernon, Alabama. This family-friendly event is open to all ages and groups. Admission is free.

The weekend will feature multi-talented gospel artists showcasing a variety of musical styles, including Southern Gospel, Christian Country, and Bluegrass. Evening concerts begin at 6:00 p.m.

Many artists appearing are M.A.C. Records recording artists, including Jesse Reece, Jessica Horton, McKay Project, Carol Barham, Kenny Gardner, and Amy Richardson.

Also appearing are special guests the Bibletones, Eagle’s Wings, Day Three, Chronicle, Hope’s Journey,  The Riders, Gloryland, and Zion’s Way.

 

In addition to the nightly concerts, this year there will be a Saturday afternoon showcase concert featuring various regional artists. Concessions will be available.

Artists interested in performing during the showcase are invited to call the promoter listed below.

General admission is free, however, VIP passes are available this year. VIP guests will receive special priority seating, a bag of merchandise, and a private meet and greet reception with the artists. VIP passes are only $25.

Artists wishing to participate in the showcase, or for more information and VIP passes, email info@macrecords.net or call 662.889.2829 . For more information about the artists, sponsors, hotel accommodations, and restaurants, visit facebook.com/macnightofworship/

 


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Chronicle Joins Lighthouse Media Group

Written by SGN Scoops Staff on January 27, 2018 – 1:52 pm -

Chronicle Joins Lighthouse Media Group

Chronicle Joins Lighthouse Media Group

Lighthouse Media is overjoyed to announce their latest artist on their Southern Gospel roster, Chronicle. For those who are unfamilar with this artist, they are a husband-wife duo located in the heart of Denham Springs, Louisiana. Their mission is to tell all the world through message and song about a man named Jesus, and how his power still saves, heals and delivers.

Chronicle currently consists of Tim Kinchen (husband) and Missy Kinchen (wife). They have been singing since 2009 and have shared the stage with many of the finest in Gospel music such as Michael English, The Dixie Echoes, The Bowling Family, and The Kingdom Heirs. When attending a concert, some songs you may hear are: “Where The Wind Go,” “Jesus Proved His Love,” “Everybody Ought To Praise His Name,” and “I’ll See Him.” Through listening to their music, you will find yourself lifting your hands as the Holy Spirit convicts your heart of the true message of the Gospel and the love that was shed for you and I upon Mount Calvary.
When speaking with Andrew Brunet, owner of Lighthouse Media Group, he shared this statement: “Upon speaking with Missy and Tim, I have found no better couple to call friends. They share the true message of Jesus Christ with such conviction and such power that is given through the Holy Spirit and that is exactly what the world needs to hear today.
You can find out more information about Chronicle via their website, and their Facebook page. For booking inquiries, you can give Tim Kinchen a call at 225.270.6192

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Change For Chronicle

Written by SGN Scoops Staff on October 16, 2016 – 7:09 pm -

Change For Chronicle

Change For Chronicle

With saddened hearts we was notified by Greg Sullivan, on Tuesday October the 4th that he had to resign the group Chronicle. After going on 8 years of loyal service, from circumstances beyond his control at home.”We will miss you Greg, and we love you like a brother”!

We prayed and just didn’t know which way to turn, spent a lot of sleepless nights since. But God who is “faithful” has sent us someone, for the third part. Her name is Wendy Lowe from Albany, Louisiana. Thank You Wendy! She has told us that she “is willing to get in here and work hard” and be dedicated to the call. We covet your prayers as Chronicle will go on and continue to proclaim Jesus. We love you all!
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