Program also includes videos from Karen Peck and New River, Reggie and Ladye Love Smith, Tribute Quartet.
Signal Mountain, TN (February 19, 2015) — This week’s Harmony Road Television program is set to feature videos from Tribute Quartet with “Good News From Jerusalem,” Brian Free and Assurance with “I Want to be that Man,” and “A Soul Going Somewhere,” from Southern Raised. Other music includes “Ephesians Chapter One,” from Karen Peck and New River and “24 Hours a Day,” from Reggie and Ladye Love Smith.
Originally airing in 2014, this program included the world premiere of “A Soul Going Somewhere,” as well as a mix of highly acclaimed concert and concept videos. The program originates from the group cabin at Jim Oliver’s Smokehouse Resort in Monteagle, TN.
Information on Harmony Road and its affiliates and time slots can be found at www.harmonyroadtv.com. For more information on Jim Oliver’s Smokehouse, viewers can go to www.thesmokehouse.com.
Hosted by gospel music veteran Les Butler of Butler Music Group, Solid Gospel Radio and The Singing News, Harmony Road is now available to over 85 million television homes across the country in addition to online streaming, ROKU, mobile app and more.
You can find out more about Les Butler and see episodes of Harmony Road at www.butlermusicgroup.com.
Allan Rhodes, of WMJN29 and Rhodes Media Center, is the program’s technical director. Learn more at www.wmjn29.com.
Harmony Road is produced and distributed by Harmony Road Productions and features the best in Southern gospel music and video. It can be found each week on the Heartland Network, the NRB Network (including DirecTV, streaming and mobile app), WATC57 in Atlanta, and WGNM-TV in Macon. Also find the program on the WALKtv network (including ROKU), Harmony Gospel in Greeneville, SC, DCT3 in Middle Tennessee, TV24 in Anniston/Gadsden, Charter Cable in Clarksville, Cookeville/Crossville, Sevier County, and Lebanon and WMJN29 in Decatur/Athens/Cullman, AL. Harmony Road is streamed at www.bbntv.org. Affiliates have also been added in Jackson, TN, Beaumont, TX, and Harrogate, TN and Northeast North Carolina.