The Mark Dubbeld Family Join Manor House Music

Franklin, TN (Mansion Entertainment) – The Mark Dubbeld Family signed a long term recording agreement with Manor House Music joining the Mansion family of artists.

The Mark Dubbeld Family consists of husband and wife, Mark and Janene Dubbeld and their 5 children; Vincent (19), Leighton (17), Elena (14), Channing (9) and Britton (6). Each of the Dubbeld children play an active role in the ministry from singing, playing instruments and sometimes contributing a new song.

Janene Dubbeld writes songs, devotionals, stories and is also a gifted speaker. Her focus is on healing hearts through compassionate speaking, restoring joy with her songs of faith, and exhorting Christians to live passionately for God. The song entitled, “Something Better In Mind”, written by Janene, was named one of the Top 40 songs of the year by the Gospel Music Association and was placed on the 2007 Dove Award preliminary ballot for Southern Gospel Recorded Song of the Year.

The patriarch of The Dubbeld Family is Mark who has sang Gospel Music since the age of 15. He has been singing full time for more than 27 years in churches, crusades, conferences and even a recent ESPN National Classic Pro Fishing Tournament. Mark had this to say about the recent signing; “We are very excited about signing with The Mansion Entertainment Family of Artist and Manor House. We believe that after singing for over 20 years in full time music ministry. The time is now to grow and reach for our fullest potential. We look forward to the release of a new single in January, and recording our new HD DVD at the Mansion in February. We feel blessed to be part the Mansion Entertainment Family.”

The Mark Dubbeld Family is currently enjoy radio success with their new single, “Living Oasis” and will be heading to Branson in 2011 to record a new project using Mansion’s state of the art facility.  For more information regarding The Mark Dubbeld Family visit their website at For more information on Manor House Music contact Executive Director Bill Dykes at

(Pictured: L-R, Janene and Mark Dubbeld, Manor House Executive Director Bill Dykes )