News Roundup #12
There have been enough stories that I can’t go without mentioning that I may as well put them all into one post.
- Every Day Driven disbanded late last week. Members Channing Eleton, Paul Lancaster, and Buddy & Keri Mullins are going their own separate ways. At least it appears to be on good terms. Kyle Boering’s analysis, here, is probably the most detailed out there.
- Monument Quartet seems to have a steadily changing lineup; Wes Burke notices a new, unknown face at the bass position and a new, quite known face at lead–Daryl Williams. Baritone/owner Marshall Pugh and tenor Matt Felts seem to be the only two constants in the group. EDIT (3:10 PM): Readers AS and CD notice that Monument’s new bass singer is former Old Time Gospel Hour Quartet bass Jerry Pilgrim.
- Greater Vision has posted sound clips from their latest project, Go and Tell by the Greater Vision Kids. [EDIT, 6/7/12: Broken link removed.]
- Liberty Quartet’s Keith Waggoner has the post of the day here. Perhaps I should say post of the week, since I’m a little late mentioning it, but it is probably the most insightful and introspective post I’ve seen on what allergies and other vocal irritations can mean to a professional singer.