Wednesday, October 27, 2010
Men of Music Welcome Tyler Hudson as New Tenor Vocalist
JACKSON, Miss. – (October 26, 2010) – Southern Gospel favorites the Men of Music are excited to announce the addition of Tyler Hudson to the group. Hudson fills the recently vacated tenor position.
“Tyler is a great addition to our group,” mentioned Men of Music baritone and manager Gregory Colburn. “He’s been singing with us for several weeks now, and he’s a perfect fit. We hope that everyone will make him welcome. He’s excited about meeting everyone!”
Tyler is a recent graduate of the University of North Alabama with a Major in History and Minors in Music, Religion/Philosophy and Business Administration.
Tyler is a very energetic young man with a love for God that you will see evident whether on stage, at the product table, or on the bus.
More information on Tyler can be found at the Men of Music’s website – http://www.themenofmusic.com .
The Men of Music recently completed their debut release for Homeland Entertainment’s Riversong Records. More information on the album and its expected release will be announced at a later date.
The group has also been making a big impact on the artist music community SoundClick.com’s charts recently. The group’s brand new song, “How Beautiful Heaven Must Be,” peaked at #7 on the Country chart and #3 on the Christian Country chart just last month.
The song has also been a regular fixture on the SouthernGospelTimes.com Top 40 Fan Chart – the industry’s only chart solely based on the votes of the fans.
The Men of Music announced their return to full-time touring after a three-year absence from the road last year. The Men of Music are currently booking dates and touring as a trio. Churches, promoters, and individuals interested in scheduling the Men of Music for their ministry event can call the ministry office at (615) 562-5394 or (601) 573-4602.
To visit the newly designed Men of Music website, visit http://www.themenofmusic.com
About the Men of Music
The Men of Music have recently returned full time to the Southern Gospel community after a three-year absence from the road. The group is currently preparing for the release of their first mainline recording since coming off the road.