Wednesday, August 11, 2010

Southern Tradition To Be Featured Artist This Weekend On Paul Heil’s Gospel Greats

Nashville, TN (August 10, 2010) – Southern Gospel quartet, Southern Tradition, will be the featured artist this coming weekend, August 14th-15th, 2010, on Paul Heil’s widely successful syndicated radio program, the Gospel Greats.

The group’s debut recording, Sing Along With Southern Tradition, was produced by award winning producer, Michael Sykes. Sykes commented, “I love the way this group brings together a traditional Gospel music sound with a fresh and innovative musical approach. It makes for a nice listening experience. It’s my pleasure to work with Southern Tradition.”

The project is released with Homeland Records’ Riversong label. The program will feature numerous songs from this solid recording including the title cut, “Sing Along Song” and the current single at nationwide radio “That’s my Kind of Music.” In addition to hearing some of the wonderful music from this group, listeners will also hear interview segments, allowing them to get to know the members.

The fast rising quartet, Southern Tradition, is made up of Ken Taylor (lead), Mark Taylor (baritone), Thomas Nalley (tenor), Paul Allman (bass), and Tommy Fairchild (piano). Many people will remember Fairchild from his years with the GRAMMY and Dove winning Blackwood Brothers and Oak Ridge Boys.

Group member Ken Taylor expressed, “We are continuously in awe of the doors God is opening for us. To have Michael Sykes working with us on our album and then to have Paul Heil choose it as a featured album on his program is a tremendous honor. It is always a sure sign of God being in the middle of what you are doing when you know you could never have done any of it yourself. We give Him all the glory for all of this and we look forward to what he has in store for our quartet.”

To learn more about Southern Tradition, visit

The Gospel Greats radio program is one of the best-known and most widely respected syndicated Southern Gospel music radio programs, airing in syndication on nearly 200 great radio stations across America, in Canada, on Sirius/XM satellite, in Europe, the Far East and on the Internet worldwide each week. To learn more about where you can hear the broadcast in your area, visit

Southern Tradition is booked exclusively by the Tana Lonon Agency (TLA). To schedule them or other great artists from TLA, such as Crabb Revival, No Other Name, and others, you can email the agency at or visit them on the web at You can also call the office at @615.866.9741.

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