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  1. Allison Speer Reaches Agreement with Surge Artist Solutions

    Allison Speer, who is a long-time regular on the Gaither Homecoming stage, has reached an agreement with Surge Artist Solutions that includes management, booking, and social media marketing.
  2. NQC Extends Pigeon Forge, TN Contract For 2016

    The National Quartet Convention, one of Gospel music's largest annual events, has committed to a third year in Pigeon Forge in 2016 and has options on dates through 2020
  3. The Freemans Bus Catches Fire On Way Home From Tour

    The Freemans bus caught fire in Canada about 30 minutes after leaving a show on their last Canadian Tour Date late Sunday evening.
  4. Gerald Crabb To Undergo Heart Surgery

    Prayers are appreciated for Daywind staff songwriter, Gerald Crabb. He was admitted into the hospital last night with chest pains. Due to several blockages, by-pass surgery will be required.
  5. Virginia Hopper Steele, Sister Of Claude Hopper, Passes Away

    Virginia Hopper Steele, the sister of Hoppers Patriarch Claude Hopper, died Thursday, July 23, 2015, at Countryside Manor.
  6. Joseph Habedank Announces Stamps Baxter Scholarship

    Daywind Records artist, Joseph Habedank, announced that he was funding a full scholarship for the 2016 Class at the Stamps Baxter School Of Music.
  7. Jason Crabb Honored With Street In His Hometown

    Jason Crabb was recently honored with a street name, “Jason Crabb Drive,” in his hometown of Beaver Dam, KY.
  8. Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony Held For Remodeled James D. Vaughan Museum

    The birthplace of Southern Gospel music, Lawrenceburg, Tennessee, held a ribbon cutting ceremony for the opening of the newly-remodeled James D. Vaughan Museum...
  9. Dollywood National Southern Gospel & Harvest Celebration

    Southern gospel music will once again fill the air at Dollywood’s National Southern Gospel & Harvest Celebration.
  10. A GodWink Through the Blackwood Brothers

    As anyone who travels in music ministry knows, the road is long, sometimes difficult. But then we receive letters like this to remind us why we do what we do.