Saturday News Roundup #28

In the news:

  • Crossroads announces the signing of the Beene Family to a multi-year contract. (Hat tip: Wes Burke.) Crossroads has been signing artists right and left – Voices Won, Cross 4 Crowns, Skyline Boys, Beene Family, and one or two others just in the past couple of months. It seems like forever since Daywind signed anyone.
  • A Myrtle Beach newspaper interviews Bill Gaither on this weekend’s Gaither Fest. [EDIT, 11/8/10: The link is broken and has been removed.]
  • Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver is featured in the Greenville Online website. [EDIT, 11/8/10: The link is broken and has been removed.]

Upcoming reviews:

  • November 4: Until Now (Gerald Wolfe)
  • November 7: Reminiscing (Chuck Wagon Gang)
  • November 7: DVD – Live in Concert Kings Mountain, NC (Chuck Wagon Gang)
  • November 11: A New Day (The Browns)
  • November 14: DVD – Caribbean Live (Tribute Quartet)
  • November 18: You Can Write a Song! workshop (Jeff Ferguson)
  • November 21: DVD – Hymn Sing 1 and 2 (Liberty Quartet)
  • November 28: DVD – Live (Mike LeFevre Quartet)
  • December 5: A Classic Canaan Christmas (Various Artists)
  • December 12: December (Mercy’s Well)
  • December 19: Destination Heaven (Melody Boys Quartet)
  • December 26: Ain’t Nobody (Soul’d Out Quartet)
  • January 2: Easier to Live (Voices Won)

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