signal mountain, TN June 20, 2014 This weekendâ€™s special Harmony Road TV program honors family groups and their part of the heritage of Southern Gospel Music. The program features a range of artists from the traditional sounds of the Speer Family to the fresh sounds of Southern Raised, a sibling gospel bluegrass group. Other music is from the Booth Brothers, Jeff and Sheri Easter and the Hoppers, all successful family centered artists for several years.
Harmony Road TV has offered several program specials since the programâ€™s inception in 2012. These have included programs featuring all quartets, concept videos, NQC specials, co hosts including Scotty Inman, Phil Cross, Ray Dean Reese and the Old Paths Quartet, and other all family specials.
The program is now available to over 80 million homes across the country via several networks and stations. Itâ€™s also seen on formats such as DirectTV, mobile app, online streaming, ROKU and Google Play. Information on stations and networks can be found at www.harmonyroadtv.com.
Harmony Road is a weekly Southern Gospel TV program hosted by â€œSinging Newsâ€ veteran and Solid Gospel Radio host Les Butler. Harmony Road can be found each week on The Heartland Network Sunday mornings at 8:00 Eastern as well as Saturday afternoons on WATC57 in Atlanta. You can watch Harmony Road on the NRB Network each Saturday evening at 8:30 Eastern. Also find the program on the WALKtv network (including ROKU) www.wmjn29 and others.
Other team members include Roger Spears, Producer and Allan Rhodes, Technical Director.