Saturday News Roundup #52
I will be out most of the day, playing piano for a friend’s wedding—so no major posts today. But here are a couple of stories I didn’t get to over this past week:
- Marshall Hall signed with Daywind and the Tana Lonon (booking) Agency.
- Legacy Five, the Booth Brothers, and Greater Vision have been in the studio this week working on Jubilee 2.
- Via Burke’s Brainwork, a partial song list for the next Gold City CD.
- Worth Reading: a detailed Homecoming concert review by Nate Stainbrook.
- Bill Traylor’s The Mansion Entertainment is adding a new division, Manor House Music. While the press release isn’t the easiest to interpret, it appears as though the division primarily focuses on publicity: “‘Manor House is that place for Artists who are progressing in their careers and need to take a major step forward in production, radio, press, advertising, distribution, and most importantly, Television. . . . By utilizing Mansion Entertainment’s assets such as a world-class studio, two major theaters, an in-place radio/advertising/press department and distribution system, and 2 TV Trucks with a total of 26 cameras, artists that need the assistance to make a major step forward, will be able to achieve their goals.” The division will be headed up by former Cathedrals / Goffs member Bill Dykes.
- Gaither Vocal Band fans will want to check out Monday’s post.
- Fans of the Booth Brothers – and Lari Goss – will want to stop by on Tuesday, when a mega review of their new CD, Declaration, goes up. We timed the review to go up the same day as the official release date of the CD.
Video of the Week
Jacob Kitson’s Statement of Faith trio posted a video of their first night on stage: