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 From the broadcast the weekend of November 4th & 5th, 2017:

Click for Tribute QuartetSo many of you told me how much you enjoyed our All Quartets Edition back in September that I was glad when our Featured Artists on this program, Tribute Quartet, recently came out with a new CD comprised of their remakes of some classic Southern Gospel quartet songs.  They cleverly came up with the symmetrical title, "Tribute Quartet's Quartet Tribute."  I'm told this will most likely be the first of a series of such recordings, and that'll make quartet lovers everywhere happy.  Tribute Quartet last year celebrated a decade as a quartet.  In addition to this new Quartet Tribute series, they'll be putting out more "regular" recordings (with new songs) before long as well.  Today's group includes Gary Casto, Josh Singletary, Riley Harrison Clark and Anthony Davis.  More info about the group can be found on their website

Tribute Quartet's CD featured on this program, "Tribute Quartet's Quartet Tribute," is available from our mailorder service, Springside.  Just call 1-800-38-MUSIC to order.  You can order easily from our webstore by using this link to go directly to this item.

The MillersOur Artist Spotlight guests on this program were the Millers from Winchester, Virginia.  This family-based group includes Randy Miller, his wife, Becky, along with Randy Simpson and Renee Settles.  Songs on this segment were from their current CD, "Glad."  More info about the Millers can be found on their website.  You can contact them at

On the Headline Update you heard Southern Gospel Music Association President Arthur Rice as he spoke at the recent National Quartet Convention, encouraging his listeners to help support the SGMA's Hall of Fame and Museum, located at Dollywood in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee.  As you know, the Hall of Fame is all about honoring Southern Gospel music's rich history and those who have contributed to that history over the years.  But financial support is needed from Southern Gospel music lovers to keep the SGMA's efforts alive.  Public partnerships are just $20 a year and there are other support opportunities, as well.  For more information, please visit the SGMA's website for support options.