Monday, May 17, 2010

SGM Radio Blog’s Top Ten: Lance Wright

We are thrilled to share with you these mini-interviews with some great Southern Gospel artists! Check back often to see who is next on the SGM Radio Blog's Top Ten!

Lance Wright

My name is Lance C. Wright and I've worked with many national groups in many roles throughout the last decade, both as a performer and promoter. As of I right now, I serve as the Tour Director and Executive Producer for Salvation Sound of High Point NC. We travel throughout the world spreading the gospel in song and word.

Lance Wright’s Top Ten

1. Please tell us the name of your latest recording and your favorite song from that CD. What is the message behind this song?

The latest recording by Salvation Sound is Songs of Praise. My favorite song is Here I am Lord.

2. What is one group highlight from the last 12 months?

Traveling to Mexico with Naomi and the Segos

3. Have you been on a mission trip? If you have, where did you go? If you haven’t, would you like to and where would you want to go?

Yes, we just came back from holding service in the main square of Progresso, Yucatan. God moved in a mighty way.

4. What is the furthest place you have been from your current hometown?


5. Brush with greatness…who have you met that you couldn’t wait to tell your friends and family about?

President Bush

6. If you could have any superpower, what would it be?


7. Who is your most favorite Bible person/character?

Jonathon from the Old Testament.

8. What is your favorite Bible verse?

John 10:10

9. Name a song that once it gets stuck in your head you can’t get it out.

Looking for a city

10. What is the last book you read?

A prayer for Owen Meany, by John Irving


  1. I am one of the singers in Salvation Sound. Lance has been a blessing to the group and we have had the opportunity to share the stage with many groups both national and local. I love worshipping with fellow christians and seeing the things God is doing in each of our lives. God has been soooo good.

    Randy Puckett

  2. Lance has been around for many years. I remember him singing the high tenor has a child with one of the national quartets, I just can't remember which one. Recently I saw him again singing off the cuff with the new baritone for Naomi and the Sego's, Ethan Brooks at Tony Gore's in Pigeon Forge during fan fair. I'm not sure what prompted there little impromtu concert, and I'm not sure who was singing the thrid part, but I tell you now, they are the future of Gospel music. Imagine the annointing of the Goodman's, the class of the speers, the talent of the Sego's and the energy of Signature Sound, that's what those of us witnessed at the restarunt. I can not wait until I hear they will singing somewhere at the same time again. I wil be there.