Heirline Takes â€œNot the Man I Used to Beâ€ to #1 on Christian Voice Magazineâ€™s Top 100 Southern Gospel Chart
SILVER LAKE, Ind. â€“ A testimonial song written by John Dotson (of The Dotsons) reached the #1 spot this month on Christian Voice Magazineâ€™s Top 100 Southern Gospel chart.Â The song, titled â€œNot the Man I Used to Be,â€ was recorded and released as a single to Southern Gospel radio by hit-makers Heirline.
â€œNot the Man I Used To Beâ€ is the second #1 hit for Heirline on this specific chart from their latest recording The Reason That I Sing. The Dotsons have also recorded the song, and it continues to be one of the groupâ€™s most requested tunes.
â€œI am continually amazed at how God uses this song,â€ mentioned John Dotson. â€œPeople relate to this song so well. We were excited when Ernie Dawson & Heirline decided to record it â€“ and now to see that people are connecting with it on a national level means even more to us!â€
Heirlineâ€™s version of â€œNot the Man I Used To Beâ€ reached the #1 spot on Christian Voice Magazineâ€™s Top 100 Southern Gospel chart this month (April 2010 issue).
The Dotsonsâ€™ Still Small Voice released last summer.Â Still Small Voice features production work from Eddie Crook (tracks) and Adrian Payne (vocals). Seven of the projectâ€™s 12 tracks were written by John Dotson, including the title cut â€œStill Small Voice.â€Â The duo also put their touch on classics like â€œRise Again,â€ â€œSoul Fillinâ€™ Station,â€ â€œGod Delivers Again,â€ â€œHe Broke the Chains,â€ and â€œHere Today, Gone Tomorrow.â€
For more information on The Dotsons, visit http://www.dotsons.com .Â Fans are also encouraged to visit the groupâ€™s MySpace at http://www.myspace.com/thedotsonfamily .