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 From the broadcast the weekend of July 4th & 5th, 2015:




Steve Hess & Southern Salvation with Paul in studio Our Featured Artists on this program were Steve Hess & Southern Salvation, a trio that's been singing in its current configuration for about two-and-a-half years. But they're rapidly becoming favorites everywhere they go. They are Steve Hess (baritone), Jay Arview (lead) and John McCall (tenor). Songs on this program were from their soon-to-be-released CD, "Carry The Message." Of course, that's exactly what they do through their songs — carry the Gospel message. This CD is their best yet.  (Photo above: the guys in the interview studio with Paul.)

You'll be hearing a lot more about Steve Hess & Southern Salvation in the months ahead. Singing News magazine has selected them as their first "Singing News Select Artist" as the result of a search focusing on talent, quality of representation of Christian music, core values and marketability.

Click for Tim Livingston Our Artist Spotlight guest, Tim Livingston, really has a full plate. He's a pastor, a radio station executive, a songwriter, singer and, probably, anything else related to any of the above. But his current CD, "I Just Miss You," is undeniably his best yet. That title song, which he wrote after his father died, is certainly poignant and has been touching the hearts of many who've lost loved ones. His songs are Scripture-based. Tim's CD is available through springside.com.

Tim's new radio song is called "More Than Enough." As I mentioned on the Headline Update, Tim is asking fans to send in a 250-words-or-less essay about how God came through in a timely manner in their lives. It could be a healing, salvation, financial, family or whatever. Entries can be sent to timlivingston@good-news.org by Thursday, July 16, 2015. The grand prize winner gets a Tim Livingston concert in their hometown (certain travel restrictions apply).

You can find more information about Allegiance's "I Will Stand" campaign at their website, www.allegiancetrio.com. Or you can watch a special video about it online here.

     

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 From the broadcast the weekend of June 27th & 28th, 2015:




Click for McKameys The McKameys, our Featured Artists on this program, certainly are long-time favorites. Although they've been singing for most of five decades, they really came to widespread public attention back in the 1980s with such #1 songs as "Who Put The Tears (In The Eyes of The Lamb)," "Getting Used To The Dark," and "God On The Mountain" (a song that stayed at the #1 position for five months). Their strong message songs have always served them (and the Lord) well. This program included three songs from their brand new CD, "What If," including that title song. Today's group includes Ruben and Peg Bean, their daughters, Sheryl and Connie, Connie husband, Roger Fortner, and Connie's and Roger's son, Eli.

The McKameys' CD featured on this program, "What If," 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.

This was our official Singing News Countdown Edition of the month, based this time on the chart of favorite songs appearing in the magazine's July issue. The chart is compiled based on airplay at Southern Gospel radio stations nationwide.

The 17th annual St. Jude Hospital Benefit Sing on August 1st in Gainesville, Georgia (at the First Baptist Church), as mentioned on the Headline Update, features Legacy Five, the LeFevre Quartet and the Diplomats. More info is available by calling 770-540-9085.

     


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