Friday News Roundup #205
- Last weekend, Jared Stuffle sang bass with The Perrys for the first time. He will be the Perrys’ regular bass vocalist as his father, Tracy Stuffle, continues to recover from a stroke. Tracy sings selected features on programs where he is healthy enough to make the trip.
- Congratulations to Rodney Griffin, who just passed the twenty-year mark with Greater Vision.
- Tim Lovelace’s mother Louise has passed away.
- Songwriter Marty Millikin has passed away.
- Colbert Croft has passed away. He had been married to Joyce Croft for 49 years. They wrote songs like “I Can’t Even Walk (Without You Holding My Hand),” “I Believe When He Died He Died For Me,” and “Is That Footsteps That I Hear?”
Here’s a video of The Old Paths’ debut performance of their new radio single, “Long Live The King”:
Greater Vision sings the Booth Brothers’ signature song:
Probably the best part is the reaction from the Booth Brothers. Michael: “Never sounded better!” Ronnie: “We’re doing ‘Lazarus’!”
Are there any other significant Southern Gospel stories from the past week?