Columbus, MS (May 19, 2016) â€“ M.A.C. Records has recently signed modern day southern gospel group, Trinity Three, to their growing roster of talented artists.
â€œWhen we first heard Trinity Three almost a year and a half ago, we were captivated by their energy and their tight all-girl harmony. We loved their dynamic of including live keyboard in their performance and it wasnâ€™t just any keyboard playing but that good â€œtear it upâ€ kind of keyboard playing. Since then, we had the opportunity to get to know them and observe their humility and love for serving Christ in their music ministry. It just seemed like a good fit and we are proud to have them as part of the M.A.C. Records familyâ€, said Dennis McKay, owner of M.A.C. Records.
The members of Trinity Three are: Makenzie Conn from Ethelsville, AL; Lauren Morris of Gordo, AL along with her father, Ricky Morris on the keyboard; and Rhonda Richardson from Columbus, MS along with her son, Nathan, who plays the bass guitar. Most may recognize Ricky as being the piano player for The McAdams Quartet for 36 years.
â€œWe are honored to be a part of M.A.C. Records with Dennis and Leslie McKay. We are just regular people who were called two and a half years ago to go and spread the gospel of Christ through our talents and voices. We are excited for this new opportunity and ask for prayer as we continue this daily journey that God has placed us onâ€, commented Lauren Morris of Trinity Three.
Trinity Threeâ€™s second project, â€œThe Climbâ€, was recorded at Studio 115A in Columbus, MS and produced by Dennis McKay. The project was released earlier this month under the M.A.C. Records label. Trinity Threeâ€™s debut radio release from the project, â€œGod Did Itâ€, will be going to radio in June.
For more information about Trinity Three, visit their website at www.trinity3music.com.
For more information about M.A.C. Records or Studio 115A, visit them on Facebook (www.facebook.com/musicstudio115a) or contact them at email@example.com.