News Roundup #13

There have been enough news stories over the past few days that I have fallen a little behind.

  • Crossroads Records signed Cross 4 Crowns to a distribution and radio promotion agreement. The group caught my attention when Dallas Rogers joined them. They appear to have a solid sound, and I look forward to hearing what they will be able to do on the national level. Rogers’ previous group, the Dixie Echoes, was with Crossroads for a while, but that was before Rogers’ stint with the group.
  • Christianity Today posted the story behind Dottie Rambo’s classic song “He Looked Beyond My Fault.” [EDIT, 11/8/10: The link is broken and has been removed.]
  • Soul’d Out Quartet has added Michael Howard on keyboards, freeing up baritone/pianist Tanner Stahl to focus on baritone vocals.
  • I took part in mega reviews of the Dove Brothers’ Life and Triumphant Quartet’s Intermission. For once I gave the table project (Intermission) the higher rating!

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  1. Actually, that link is to the story behind Dottie Rambo’s “He Looked Beyond My Fault and Saw My Need.”

  2. Thanks for catching that–it was my typo. I went back and fixed it.

  3. No problem! 🙂