"Get Away, Jordan" is in the Gaither Gospel Series and was released earlier this month.
It featured their new radio single, "John In The Jordan" which is No. 11 in the Singing News Top 80 Chart.
My favorites on this DVD are "John In The Jordan" and "Get Away, Jordan."
The group sings "Get Away, Jordan," which features three straight encores. The end of the video includes another encore of the song.
"Home," which featured the Gaither Vocal Band, is an old favorite and is done with the new version of the Bill Gaither quartet.
The DVD also contains a bloopers/outtakes reel, fan clips and bonus performance footage.
The taping also features the a cappella harmonies of the Ball Brothers and three songs featuring the Gaither Vocal Band.
Other songs included on the outstanding video are "He Made A Change," "Dem Bones," "Our Debts Will Be Paid," "Someday," "Lovest Thou Me (More Than These)," "It Is Done," "Pray For Me," "I Pledge My Allegiance," "The Star-Spangled Banner," "God Bless America," "What God Says," "Until We Fly Away" and "Oh, What A Savior."
The Gaither Vocal Band performs "He Touched Me," "Search Me Lord" and "Home."
The DVD was produced by Gaither and Haas and filmed before an enthusiastic audience in Paducah last year.
Signature Sound members includes Ryan Seaton (lead), Doug Anderson (baritone), Tim Duncan (bass), Roy Webb (pianist) and Haase (tenor).
The DVD is available in local stores.
Gerald Crabb, the father and founder of the Crabb Family, has released "Poems, Prayers & Promises."
It features Gerald at his best along with guest appearances by family and friends. These special guests include Jason, Adam and Aaron Crabb and Terah Penhollow (his children), the Perrys, Joyce Martin, Sheri Easter, Chris Freeman, Josh Franks and Darrin Vincent.
The album was produced by Crabb and Bubba Smith.
Song include: "Changing Locations," "Can't Sing The Blues No More," "Home At Last, Free From Sin," "God's Gettin' Ready," "The Old Rusty Anchor," "Still Smilin'," "Hold On," "The Other Side," "The Dark Side Of Grace" and his current radio single, "If That Mountain Don't Move."
Crabb has written 19 songs that have reached the top of the charts, including "Hold Me While I Cry," by Karen Peck & New River.
The Kingdom Heirs have announce that Joseph Cox, of Crossville, Tenn., will be the quartet's new pianist.
He replaces Adam Harman, who resigned to become the minister of music at South Side Baptist Church in Seymour, Tenn.
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