The third time is another charm as Ronnie Booth releases volume three of “A Tribute to the King”

Ronnie Booth
Ronnie Booth

HENDERSONVILLE, Tenn. (Dec. 2, 2014) – Following the success of the first two projects in the series, Ronnie Booth releases “A Tribute to the King, Volume 3” today. The 10-song, Daywind project is the third in a series that includes the gospel songs of Elvis Presley, as performed by Booth.

Booth is the lead singer of award-winning trio, the Booth Brothers. He has won the last six Singing News Fan Awards for favorite lead singer and the last four Singing News Fan Awards for favorite male singer.

Gary Prim has produced all three of the “A Tribute to the King” projects. The first in the series was released in 2008 and included “He Touched Me” and “Peace in the Valley,” while the second volume was a 12-song collection that contained “A Thing Called Love” and “If the Lord Wasn’t Walking By My Side.”

“I think Ronnie did a fantastic job with his take on the old Elvis gospel arrangements,” emphasizes Prim. “He gets the essence and heart of the sound without being a sound-alike. It is always a pleasure to work with Ronnie Booth.”

Volume three includes classics such as “Without Him,” “Where Could I Go But to the Lord,” “Amazing Grace,” “Take My Hand Precious Lord,” and “If We Never Meet Again.”

“Elvis Presley was one of the most beloved individuals in history, and his music continues to be enjoyed by countless numbers of individuals,” says Daywind president Ed Leonard. “Ronnie once again has tastefully placed his vocal stylings on some of those classic hits that are immediately recognizable. This project is certainly first class.”

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