Tuesday, August 10, 2010
2nd Generation Seeking Immediate Replacement for Baritone Position
OAK GROVE, Ark. – (August 9, 2010) – Diamond Award winning trio 2nd Generation is currently seeking an immediate replacement for the baritone position in their group. Effective immediately, Jonathan Edwards has been released from the group and will no longer be traveling with the trio.
Brenda Denney of 2nd Generation said, “We were honored to have Jonathan travel with us, but after a little time on the road, we realized that it just wasn’t the right fit for our group. We still love and cherish Jonathan and his family, however it became immediately evident that it wasn’t going to work out. We pray God’s richest blessings on Jonathan and his family. We know that God has a perfect plan for Jonathan’s life, and we can’t wait to see where he lands in his ministry!”
Brenda continued, “We are currently auditioning some very talented guys to fill this position, but we are also very open to new inquiries. We are praying for the right person to fill this spot!”
2nd Generation is currently reviewing resumes and CDs for the position. Those interested in auditioning for the position can email Brenda Denney at email@example.com or call (913) 710-5227.
Fans are encouraged to be listening for 2nd Generation’s new single, “I’ll Not Fear the Crossing,” at Southern Gospel radio.
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 Generation
2nd Generation is based out of the Oak Grove, Arkansas. 2nd Generation has appeared at churches, state fairs, Singing in the Sun, Trinity Broadcasting Network, the Jim Bakker Show, Branson Gospel Music Convention, and many other events. The group’s current project, their sophomore album I See a City, has spawned off three hit singles including the #1 Fan Favorite songs “Feel the Joy” and “The Blood Covered It All.”