Tuesday, January 26, 2010

2nd Generation Reaches #1 on Gospel Music Times Top 40

OAK GROVE, Ark. – Fans continue to respond to the music of 2nd Generation on Southern Gospel radio. The group’s current single, “The Blood Covered It All,” recently reached the #1 spot on the popular Gospel Music Times Top 40 Fan Chart.
“The Blood Covered It All” is the second single from the popular trio to reach the top spot. Last year, the group saw “Feel the Joy” take the #1 spot as well.
Brenda Denney of 2nd Generation said, “We are so humbled by the response that our music has been getting at radio and by fans of Southern Gospel radio. ‘The Blood Covered It All’ has been a favorite among those who attend our concerts – so it was an easy choice as a single. We are so overjoyed that the fans have responded so well to the song!”
The Gospel Music Times Top 40 Fan Chart is the only chart in the Southern Gospel community that is determined solely by votes from fans of the genre. “The Blood Covered It All” peaked at the #1 spot last week. To vote on the popular chart – log on to http://www.gospelmusictimes.net/ .
In addition to the Gospel Music Times Top 40 Fan Chart, the new single from the group has been charting on the SoGospelNews.com Top 40 Weekly Chart – this week charting at #14.
The group is currently preparing to enter the studio to record their third album. More information on that process will be released at a later date.
For more information on 2nd Generation – visit http://www.2ndgenerationministries.com/.
You can also find out more information about the group on their MySpace at http://www.myspace.com/2generation. The group’s ShoutLife can be found at http://www.shoutlife.com/2ndgeneration.
About 2nd Generation2nd Generation is based out of the Kansas City, Missouri area. 2nd Generation has appeared at churches, state fairs, Singing in the Sun, Trinity Broadcasting Network, and many other events. Their first project is titled Who Wants to Praise the Lord and features the hit singles “Hanging On Nail”, “When He Chose Me”, and the Top 80 hit “Trouble Me No More.” The group just released their sophomore album, I See a City.

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