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Darrell & Tojuana Opens For Lulu Roman

Written by SGN Scoops on July 31, 2011 – 1:19 pm -

EHA-Nashville, TN} Darrell & Tojuana opened for the sensational HeeHaw star, Lulu Roman, at Cloverdale Baptist Church in Grand Bay, AL on Saturday, July 2.
Lulu Roman is managed by Bill G. Anderson/BGA-Entertainment Group and continues to travel across the country singing the Gospel. She recently appeared on the Grand Ole Opry during CMA week alongside Roy Clark, George Hamilton IV, T. Graham Brown, and many more legends of Country Music on the 32nd Annual Sunday Mornin’ Country show. Darrell and Tojuana  noted, “It was so special to sing in concert with Lulu Roman. She is still loved and remembered everywhere she goes. We hope to do it again!”
Darrell & Tojuana have been traveling and singing for many years and have had charting success with their, “God is in the Room” on the Southern Gospel Times. This past year they have been at the top of the charts. Their mission is to spread the Gospel in song and reach as many souls as possible, reminding people of God’s grace and goodness. Their “Dealing With Gold” project was produced by Danny Kramer (Capitol), and David White (formerly of Karen Peck & New River.) The dynamic duet will also be in a National Quartet Convention artist showcase in Louisville, KY, September ’11. For more info and booking info:
office@EHA-Nashville.com
or
www.darrellandtojuana.com
Address:
Darrell & Tojuana (Johnson)
16800 Emily Cauley Road Moss Point, MS 39562. Telephone: 228-588-6109 228-990-5876


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Becky Short of the Davis Family Appears on Grand Ole Opry During CMA Week

Written by SGN Scoops Staff on June 24, 2011 – 2:33 pm -

{EHA-Nashville,TN} CMA Fan Fair week offered golden opportunities for major country artists to perform for fans. The

Becky Backstage with Jean Shepard & Bev McCann

crowd also appeared at the longest-running Gospel show affiliated with CMA at the Grand Ole Opry. The 32nd Annual “Sunday Mornin’ Country” Gospel concert produced by MCCF’s industry veteran and former Heehaw star, Joe Babcock, featured country legends and paid tribute to their contributions to Gospel music. Becky Short of the Washington, MO based, Davis Family, was a member of the Country Chorale who backed up these legends on the Opry stage this month: Roy Clark, Jimmy Fortune, T. Graham Brown, Marty Raybon, Jean Shepard, George Hamilton IV, The Nashville Edition, The Babcocks, Charlie McCoy, and a host of Gospel recording artists, including: Beyond the Ashes, Bev McCann, Melanie Walker, Casey Rivers, and Lulu Roman, along with legendary Nashville musicians. Becky Short was the 2nd runner-up in the 2010 His Choice Music Talent Search in Branson, MO. Her travels have taken her across the country with her family group and she signs with Thunder River Records this summer for her freshman solo project.
For more info on Becky Davis-Short:
Office@EHA-Nashville.com


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Beyond The Ashes Appears On The Grand Ole Opry Stage During CMA Week

Written by SGN Scoops Staff on June 15, 2011 – 3:23 pm -

Beyond The Ashes Live at the Grand Ole Opry (l to r-Anthony Facello, Casey Rivers, Kellan Monroe)

Nashville, TN (June 15, 2011) – Dynamic vocal trio, Beyond The Ashes, appeared on the Grand Ole Opry Stage this past Sunday, June 12th, 2011, during CMA Week, in Nashville, TN.  The award-winning trio was a hit with Opry stars and fans alike.

They appeared as a part of a great line up of artists on the 32nd Annual “Sunday Mornin’ Country” at the Grand Ole Opry.  Their performance was stellar and had the audience and the other participants buzzing about their incredible talent.  Some of the others who shared the stage with Beyond The Ashes that day were Linda Davis, Marty Raybon, Roy Clark, George Hamilton IV, Lulu Roman, T. Graham Brown, and others.

Grammy winning vocalist and co-host for the event, Linda Davis, summed up her feelings and the experience of those around her this way. “The Saturday rehearsal for Sunday Morning Country was held in the Nashville Musicians Union.  Those present when the boys of Beyond The Ashes arrived were myself, a few production people, the 7 piece band, and 3 background vocalists.  We all had a lot going on.  It was 9:00am and, at a casual rehearsal like this, most artists just go through the motions so they can get in and out and move on with their day.”  Davis continued,  “Normally the band reads the chart, plays the tune, and gears up for the next act.  Well, not this particular morning!  When Beyond the Ashes stepped up to their mics the preoccupied MCCF worker bees, as well as the musicians, totally stopped in their tracks! The guys sang “Peace in the Valley” as if they were in front of 20,000 people.  We were so moved by their performance.  The Holy Spirit was all over that little room and everyone there knew it.  The next day, on the Opry stage, their actual show was flawless!  The crowd at the Grand Ole Opry House felt the spirit there, as well.  I was just lucky enough to get a
little taste of what it’ll sound like in heaven…two days in a row!”

Appearing along with Beyond The Ashes were Marty Raybon, Roy Clark, George Hamilton IV, Lulu Roman, T. Graham Brown, Linda Davis and others.

To learn more about Beyond the Ashes, visit www.beyondtheashesonline.com.  You can also visit their My Space at www.myspace.com/beyondtheashesonline or follow them on Twitter (@beyondtheashes1) or Facebook (www.facebook.com/pages/Beyond-The-Ashes/61861448534).

Beyond The Ashes may be scheduled by calling the Adoration Agency at 615.590.7453 or via scheduling@adorationagency.com.  More information and a complete list of artists scheduled by the Adoration Agency are available at www.adorationagency.com.


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