Thursday, May 6, 2010

Eighth Day Enjoys Continued Success at Southern Gospel Radio

Group Scores 4th Consecutive Top 20 Hit

SPARTANBURG, S.C. – (May 5, 2010) – Popular Southern Gospel trio Eighth Day continues to enjoy much success at Southern Gospel radio. The celebrated trio recently scored their third consecutive Top 20 hit from their latest recording – Everything Holy – and fourth Top 20 hit of their career.

The group’s current single, the heart-tugging “Trust His Heart,” just broke the Top 20 on the upcoming June issue of the Singing News Top 80 chart – the Southern Gospel industry’s most recognized airplay report. The song rose from #25 to #20 for the report.

“We continue to be amazed at how God uses these songs,” mentioned Scott Robinson of Eighth Day. “’Trust His Heart’ means a lot to us, but more importantly it has a timely message for today’s church. ‘When you can’t see His hand – trust His heart.’ What a fantastic message!”

“Trust His Heart” follows in the footsteps of the group’s last three singles. All three previous singles broke the Top 20 as well – making Eighth Day one of the most played artists at Southern Gospel presently. The previous singles include “Rolled Away Stone” (#16), “Everything Holy to Me” (#18), and “The Veil Was Torn” (#18).

“Trust His Heart” has also had a good run on other radio reports such as reaching #12 on the Top 20 Weekly Chart (formerly The song has also charted on the Christian Voice Magazine Top 100 Southern Gospel Chart and been a regular fixture on the Top 40 Fan Chart.

Eighth Day will be releasing a new single from Everything Holy soon. More information on that single will be released at a later date.

More information on Eighth Day can be found at

About Eighth Day
Eighth Day is a popular trio based out of Spartanburg, South Carolina. The group has quickly established itself as one of the top new talents in Gospel music today. Their fresh and progressive sound has been described as a little bit country, a touch of bluegrass, and a whole lot of Gospel!

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