“He Knows My Name” will be the No. 1 song for October.
“If It Had Not Been The Lord” was the duo's first top song in December 2004.
The McRaes recently announced a booking agreement with the Beckie Simmons Agency, of Nashville.
“Annie and Kelly are a tremendous talent. Vocal ability combined with their songwriting equals a performance the whole family will enjoy. Their success at radio with consistent charting songs and their constant travel schedule confirms that audiences already love them,” said Simmons. “We at BSA are so excited to share this unique talent with the world and further their ministry.”
Kelly exchanged wedding vows earlier this year with Ricky Free, who plays drums for his father's quartet, Brian Free & Assurance
The duo has reached the Top 10 with songs like, “ I Will Overcome,” “When Nothing But A Miracle Will Do,” “There Is A Remedy,” “Low And Down” and “Mountaintop For Me.”
The McRaes will be performing at Robinson Middle School in Kingsport, Tenn., during October. The rest of the concert lineup includes the Whisnants, the Melody Trio and Tony McGee & New Covenant.
The remaining Top 10 songs in the Singing News include:
2. “I Will Go On,” Gaither Vocal Band;
3. “If It Takes A Valley,” Brian Free & Assurance;
4. “Hold Me While I Cry,” Karen Peck & New River;
5. “Sky Full Of Angels,” TaRanda Greene;
6. “Table Of The King,” Ricky Atkinson & Compassion;
7. “Thank God For Grace,” the Whisnants;
8. “I'm A Winner Either Way,” the Inspirations;
9. “With Me Always,” Mark Bishop with Lauren Talley;
10. “God's Still God,” Young Harmony.
Gold City has recently completed work on a brand new recording titled “Revival.” The recording is scheduled for release later this fall on the New Haven Records label.
The debut single from the recording, “Truth Is Marching On,” will be sent to Southern gospel radio stations within the next few weeks.
Paul Lunsford can be contacted by e-mail at plunsford@harlan online.net