This Weekend’s Harmony Road TV Program Features All Time Gospel Classics

Harmony Road logo Jan 2013.smallSIGNAL MOUNTAIN, TN March 21, 2013,
Tune in to Harmony Road this weekend and find some great all time
Southern Gospel Classics. Songs like “I’m Getting Ready to Leave
This World” from the Dove Brothers Band, “God Walks the Dark Hills”
from The Perrys, and “I Never Shall Forget the Day” from the Speer’s
highlight the program. It also features music from Sisters, and a
great concept video from Channing Eleton, “Up on This Ridge”

Hosted by Singing News Publisher and Solid Gospel Radio host Les
Butler, Harmony Road can be found each Sunday morning at 8 Eastern on
TNN, The Nashville Network. Information on TNN and its growing list of
affiliates can be found at

You can also find Harmony Road each Saturday evening and Sunday
morning on WMJN29 in the Huntsville/Decatur, Alabama area and streamed
on the internet at The program is also shown on Sunday
afternoons in the Anniston/Gadsden Alabama area on tv24, and on
Charter Cable in Clarksville and Jackson, TN where it’s also available
“on demand”.
Harmony Road is broadcast Saturday evenings on theWALKtv. For a list
of affiliates and information on streaming, including ROKU, go to .

Harmony Road will also have a contest centered on this week’s
program. Host Les Butler is a guest musician on one of the videos.
After you see the program, just go to the comments section at and enter the name of the group he’s playing
with and you’re in the drawing. You can also go to
harmonyroadtv and after you “like” the page, just send Harmony Road a
private message with the answer and you are entered in a drawing for
an autographed CD/DVD combo from Karen Peck and New River!. Drawing
will be held Friday, March 30th.

This week’s program originates from Jim Oliver’s Smokehouse in
Monteagle, Tennessee. More information about the Smokehouse can be
found at

Other members of the Harmony Road team include Ball Brothers pianist,
Cody McVey, doing interviews and stories “from the road”, as well as
Randy Liner, Technical Director and Roger
Spears, Producer.