Saturday News Roundup #43
In the news:
- Tribute Quartet started their career with close ties to the Beckie Simmons Agency; she did their booking, and they were on the agency’s in-house label, BSA World Records. In September, they released their first project on the Crossroads label, and now the other shoe has dropped—for booking, they’ve signed with the Harper Agency.
- Also in the news, Tribute is selling their motor coach.
Video of the day:
Here’s a video of Frank Seamans singing “Till We Meet Again” in one of his final performances with Legacy Five. (Next week is his last with the group, if I’m not mistaken).
- December 7: NQC Vol. 9
- December 14: Home For Christmas (Mark Trammell Trio)
- December 21: Peace On Earth (Mark Trammell)
- December 28: I’d Rather Have Jesus (Dixie Echoes)
- January 4: Grand Finale: The Ultimate Concert Experience (Crabb Family)
- January 10: Then and Now (Olivia Collingsworth)
- January 18: Decennial (Dove Brothers Quartet)