Dixie Echoes hire Mike Jennings
The Dixie Echoes have hired Mike Jennings to be their new bass singer. Jennings, a graduate of Liberty University and former Navy serviceman, hails from Annapolis, Maryland. He had been singing with Deep Creek Revival (formerly the Bay City Quartet).
Jennings is 39 and has a wife, Emilee, and a twelve-year-old son, Alex. He says: “My family and I are thrilled to be a part of this distinctive ministry. We have enjoyed the Dixie Echoes for many years now and look forward to what the Lord has in store for us!”
Jennings’ first concert with the group was in Dillsburg, Pennsylvania on July 29. He will be relocating from Westminster, Maryland to Pensacola, Florida.
Here is a video of him singing “Do You Hear what I Hear?”:
Here is another video, in an unscripted moment when the power went out: Old Ship of Zion.
Jennings has a pleasant, warm tone to his notes. It’s not hard to imagine him coming up to par with previous bass singer Trent Adams in very short order.