The Taylors sign with Stow Town

Stow Town Records announced yesterday evening that they have added The Taylors, a rising Southern Gospel family group, to their roster. Stow Town co-owner Ernie Haase commented:

To see these brothers and sisters—all in their early 20’s—perform together is something to behold. I think everyone will hear what we first heard in The Taylors—passionate, tender voices blending into glorious overtones of a heavenly sound. You are going to love The Taylors!

Jonathan Taylor added: “We’ve been so impressed by Ernie always wanting to do his best in everything he’s been called to do. We look forward to seeing how God uses this new relationship to spread our music to unexpected places!”

The Taylors’ national debut release, Measure of Grace, is scheduled to come out on June 10.

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  1. Thought this might be coming soon. The Taylors have been tweeting lately about meeting the people at Provident so you can put 2 and 2 together.

    I think they fall right in line with Ernie’s thinking; as something new and fresh. Really excited to see where they can go from here!

    Congrats to them!

    • I knew it was coming, because this release has been listed on Provident’s upcoming releases page for at least a week or two. But I decided to wait until the press release came out to talk about it.

  2. Daniel – I can’t find the link to send you an email, so I am using this post. Wes Hampton tweeted yesterday that Marshall Hall’s younger brother, Matt, had passed away from cancer the previous day. I was not sure if you were aware of this, or if you wanted to post anything about it. Please forgive me if I am out of line for sending this to you. – Bruce