Husband and wife duo The Dotsons recently celebrated the release of their new project – Still Small Voice. The ministry team hosted The Dotsons New CD Release Celebration Concert last month with special guest Heirline.
The Celebration Concert was held on July 11, 2009 at the First Free Will Baptist Church of Kosciusko County in Claypool, Indiana.
“We had such a great time at this celebration concert,” mention John Dotson of the Dotsons. “The church was packed, and everyone really enjoyed the ministry of Heirline that night!”
Yavonna Dotson of the Dotsons said, “It was so much fun to sing our new material for some of our closest friends and family. We appreciate everyone who showed up in support of our ministry. We also have to thank Ernie Dawson & Heirline for the continued support of our ministry.”
Still Small Voice released earlier this summer. Still Small Voice features production work from Eddie Crook (tracks) and Adrian Payne (vocals). Players such as Crook and Payne as well as Robb Tripp, Marty Shrabel, Kelly Back, Milton Smith, and more all put their expertise on this new album.
Tracks and vocals were recorded at Family Room and Starpoint Studio, both located in Gallatin, Tennessee. Still Small Voice was recorded and mixed by Adrian Payne (George Jones, Allison Krauss, Charlie Daniels) for A2Z Productions in Nashville, Tennessee.
Seven of the project’s 12 tracks were written by John Dotson, including the title cut “Still Small Voice.” The duo also put their touch on classics like “Rise Again,” “Soul Fillin’ Station,” “God Delivers Again,” “He Broke the Chains,” and “Here Today, Gone Tomorrow.”
The first single from the new recording – the title track “Still Small Voice” – will be released nationwide to Southern Gospel radio next month.