Program also Includes Karen Peck and New Riverand Zach and Rodney with Michael Lee
Signal Mountain, TN October 9, 2014 This week’s Harmony Road program will feature a variety of inspiring videos from top gospel artists. Included in the program is “Fall on My Knees” from the Browders, “Excuse Me, are You Jesus?” from The Nelons and the Penny Loafers and “Goodbye World, Goodbye”. Also on the program is Zach and Rodney along with Michael Lee and their concept video “Cookes and Hinsons” and Karen Peck and New River brings viewers their hit “Ephesians Chapter 1”.
Now available to over 80 million television homes across the country in addition to online streaming, ROKU, mobile app and more, Harmony Road is a weekly southern gospel television program hosted by Singing News, Butler Music Group and Solid Gospel Radio veteran Les Butler. The Harmony Road TV staff recently announced new additions to the network and will be sharing more news soon as they are in the process of adding new affiliates. Each growth announcement from the program means that more people across the nation can now see and hear great gospel music and video along with its message of hope and encouragement.
The producers of the program also plan several special episodes in the next few months including a Thanksgiving program, celebrating their third year of broadcasting, unique
Christmas programs, a Crabb Family reunion special, an on location program with artists Back Home and broadcast premiere videos.
Information on Harmony Road. Its affiliates and time slots can be found at www.harmonyroadtv.com. Viewers can also interact with the program on Facebook at Harmony Road TV and on twitter @harmonyroadtv.
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, WGNM-TV in Macon, WYBU-TV in Columbus, GA/Phoenix City, AL. Also find the program on the WALKtv network (including ROKU), Harmony Gospel in Greeneville, SC, DCT3in Middle Tennessee, TV24 in Anniston/Gadsden, Charter Cable in Clarksville, Cookeville/Crossville, Sevier County, Lebanon and Jackson, TN and WMJN29 in Decatur/