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Patterson Promotions Vol. 6 Released to Radio

Written by SGN Scoops on August 8, 2011 – 5:55 am -

{EHA-Nashville, TN} Patterson Promotions announces the release of P.P. # 6 and the songs that will be promoted to radio through the company. Some of the songs on the CD include the following: Miracles Will Happen on That Day Homeland Quartet, Journey Will Be Sweet Pauline Patterson, Praise Makes the Walls Come Down Gann Family, Red Blood Christian Rick MaHarrey & Judah, Come Down Out of the Boat Common Bond Quartet, Don’t Give Up, Jesus Is Coming Soon Darrell & Tojuana, Come to Me Rhonda Frye, The Stone was Rolled Away Steve Roberson, I Am The One Heirs of Grace, Holy Holy Southland Vocal Band, Jesus I Need You Now Jack Freeman, and Wedding Day Steven Conrad. President, Pauline Patterson, notes, “We are very excited about the new songs we have sent out for our artists. We are looking forward to what the future holds for the amazing talent we are representing. Please call radio and request their songs. Our bottom-line is to get our artists heard in order to spread their good songs and win souls to the Lord.” Patterson recently celebrated her 6th year working full-time in Gospel radio promotions. The company is based out of Lily, KY.
For more info on Patterson Promotions:, or Ph. 606 528-0033

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Mike Allen Talking About SGNScoops Magazine

Written by SGN Scoops Staff on July 23, 2011 – 6:13 pm -

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Patterson Promotions Announces Vol. 5 Radio Comp Artists

Written by SGN Scoops Staff on May 15, 2011 – 5:31 pm -

{EHA-Nashville, TN} Patterson Promotions Volume 5 Radio Comp will be distributed in early June. Gerald Crabb’s “Can’t Sing the Blues” is among songs going out to radio.Crabb has awards too numerous to count and still landed “Song of the Year” in the 42nd annual Dove Awards, recently. The Drummond Family is releasing “Grounded” on the heels of their last successful Singing News chartbuster. The group also recently signed a publicity agreement with EHA-Nashville. Randy & Wendi Pierce release their 2nd radio single, “Tears are a Language,” on Volume 5. They are managed by EHA-Nashville, and their first song, “Steps,” with Pauline Patterson’s company received positive remarks and airplay. In addition, the Porter Family comes out with “When the Lord Loves to Move.” The Partons have released, “Grace.” The Downs Family are still coming on strong with yet another, “I’ll Not Fear the Valley,” and Dennis Thompson sends out, “Lord You’ve Been Mighty Good to Me.” Tim Ooten has chosen, “If That Mountain Don’t Move” to send to radio and Darrell Grimes has, “Amazing Love” going out. The East Ridge Boys continue with a new one; “One Small Miracle,” and Latter Glory sends out “I Got a Glimpse.” Pauline Patterson has been successfully promoting Gospel artists’ songs to radio for 6 years in July. Patterson recently promoted Homeland Quartet’s “When He Set Me Free,” and the group charted for the first time with the song peaking at #32 on June’s Singing News.
For more info on Patterson Promotions visit the company at: www.PattersonPromoti

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Homeland Quartet Charts for First Time with Latest Single

Written by SGN Scoops Staff on February 3, 2011 – 12:38 pm -

{EHA-Nashville,TN} Bill Traylor, Ben Speer, Joe Thrasher, and Mike Allen are not newcomers to tremendous Southern Gospel success. The four men have individually made huge marks on the stage, winning multiple awards, and sharing their talents on television, radio, and the largest venues in the country. Although the Homeland Quartet has been together for quite sometime, Traylor, the manager of the group, has been more involved working diligently with those artists he represents as Vice President of The Mansion Entertainment Group. With the assistance of successful promotional company, Patterson Promotions, the quartet debuts on March 2011 Singing News Chart, at #67 with When He Set Me Free. Homeland Quartet will appear in an EHA-Nashville concert, along with Eyewitness at Gethsemane Baptist Church in Louisville, KY, May 14, 2011. 

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Homeland Quartet Signs Booking Agreement with EHA-Nashville

Written by Rhonda on August 25, 2010 – 11:36 am -

Nashville, TN- Homeland Quartet members, Bill Traylor and Ben Speer, were recently in Evie Hawkins’s Nashville office to finalize their booking agreement with EHA-Nashville. The fast pace of the group’s schedule is not expected to slow down as they prepare to release a single to radio October, 2010 through Patterson Promotions. The quartet consists of Bill Traylor, Ben Speer, Joe Thrasher, and Jerry Sowards. Joe Thrasher, who is an original member of the renown Thrasher Brothers Quartet, sings tenor. Bill Traylor is Vice-President of Mansion Entertainment and founded several record labels, including RiverSong Records and Homeland Records. Most recently he founded Mansion Records and Manor House Records under the Mansion Entertainment umbrella. Traylor’s career has been decorated with numerous Grammy nominations and Dove Awards, and most recently he received the Lou Hildreth Award at the 2010 Diamond Awards ceremony in Branson, MO.
Jerry Sowards sings bass for the group and has traveled extensively with quartets. His voice has been compared to Rusty Goodman’s. Ben Speer, baritone, and known for his famous Speer family roots, organized the Ben Speer Stamps-Baxter School of Music, over 20 years ago and his classes still meet each summer in Nashville to assist young artists. Speer is a producer, teacher, artist, executive, and beloved fixture within the Southern Gospel arena who is well-known for publishing many Gospel standards.
Manager, Bill Traylor, notes, “We are very excited to bring Evie Hawkins on board to book dates for us. We are looking forward to the road ahead for Homeland Quartet and our affiliation with EHA-Nashville.”
Hawkins notes, “I’m really honored to be working with this group of men who continues to set a standard of excellence in Southern Gospel Music!”
Submitted by: Ray Cooper, EHA-Nashville

To book the Homeland Quartet::
Music Row
11 Music Circle South
Suite 106
Nashville, TN 37203

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