Cross 4 Crowns retires
Cross 4 Crowns owner/manager Allen Leath just announced on Facebook that Cross 4 Crowns is disbanding:
Well, Facebook friends, it is with bittersweetness, yet anticipated excitement, that I formally announce what some may already know. For the present time, Cross 4 Crowns, as a group, is retiring from the road. This has been an incredible 6+ years of singing for Jesus. We have seen many, many souls saved, gotten to share the stage with people I never imagined we would. We have had the opportunity to meet incredible friends all across the country, and have been blessed by each one of them.
There have been several people who have shared in this ministry and I want to publicly thank them all from the bottom of my heart for their service here. They are: Andrew Young, Andy Stringfield, Ray Scarbrough, Tommy Smith, David Hoskins, Jonathan Kunkle, Dallas Rogers, Davis McCammon, Matt Felts, Marcus Faulknor, Bob Jenkins, Josh Jenkins, and Tim Owens. And one special thank you to the bass singer of every Cross 4 Crowns concert that has ever been, Justin Terry. These guys have all been a special addition to my family, and I love them all.
I am continuing my singing ministry as a singer who picks, or a picker who sings…lol…not sure which, but please pray for me and each one of the men mentioned above that God will continue to use us for His glory. C4C will continue to fill select dates, so stay tuned!
Cross 4 Crowns came on the national scene with a dramatic flourish; their 2008 debut project Turning Point was the first major-label debut that received a SouthernGospelBlog.com 5-star rating (here).
Bass singer Justin Terry recently left the group to pursue a solo career. (Terry’s solo debut project, Inspired, recently came out, and will be reviewed here on 4/13).
They will be missed.