Saturday News Roundup #197
- Tracy Stuffle is riding the Perrys bus for the weekend for the first time since his stroke in January. He has made it to selected dates relatively near his Tennessee home for the last few weeks; this is the first time Libbi and Tracy are going to try a full weekend.
- Old Paths tenor Jeremy Peace has launched a website offering Southern Gospel-specific vocal training, http://southerngospelvocalsecrets.com/.
- The Mark Trammell Quartet announced this week that they have just launched an online store. They were one of the final holdouts among major Southern Gospel groups—perhaps the final one—to not enable online orders.
- Mansion Entertainment has hired Daniel Johnson as their new Director of Publishing.
- The Hoppers passed the 50,000 likes mark on Facebook. Ernie Haase & Signature Sound has almost reached the 90,000 mark.
- Karen Peck Gooch announced that “Revival” will be #1 on the January 2014 Singing News charts. Kenna Turner West shares the story behind the song here.
For those of us who couldn’t make it down to Texas for the Cathedrals Alumni Reunion last weekend, here’s a little peek at what we missed:
It’s open thread Saturday—you decide!