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 From the broadcast the weekend of July 8th & 9th, 2017:

This was one of our occasional All Listener Favorites Editions, with every song, other than the Featured Artist selections, introduced by a listener who called in to record a song introduction when our Listener Favorites line was most recently open.  "Thank you" to everyone who called.  I love to hear the stories some listeners weave into their song introductions about why the songs have touched them in a special way.  As you know, each song introduction used on the air gets the caller a $10 gift certificate for Southern Gospel music items from our webstore, except for the one $50 winner announced on the program.

Our Featured Artists this week, the Soul'd Out Quartet, have a real winner in the most recent installment of the "Soulace" CD series.  This one, "Soulace 4," includes their new renditions of several classic Southern Gospel songs.  You heard four of them on the broadcast and, of course, there are several more that are every bit as good.  If this group — Matt Rankin (baritone), Dusty Barrett (tenor), Ian Owens (bass) and Jason McAtee (lead) — comes to your area, be sure to go out to hear them.  You will enjoy it!  On this program I especially enjoyed Ian's rendition of the classic "Hold Me" — especially with the inclusion of his young son at the start of the song.

National Quartet ConventionCongratulations to the winners announced on this program of the pairs of tickets for five events at this September's National Quartet Convention in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee — Gospel music's biggest annual event.  As you heard, the winners are Harold and Lois Harrison of Frostburg, Maryland.  They've been to the NQC before, but not since it's moved to Pigeon Forge, so they're now especially excited about going this year.  More information about the 60th annual National Quartet Convention, September 24-30, 2017, can be found here.