Friday, January 28, 2011
Eighth Day Named One of the Most Played Artists of 2010
Hit Song “Heaven’s Mine” Ranked In Top 20 Songs of the Year
SPARTANBURG, S.C. – (January 27, 2011) – Popular Southern Gospel trio Eighth Day was recently honored with news that they were named as one of the 20 most played artists of 2010.
According to AbsolutelyGospel.com (formerly SoGospelNews.com), Eighth Day ranked #14 on the Top 20 Most Played Artists of 2010 list – in between mainstays and hit makers The Isaacs and The Bowling Family. The list was compiled by the AbsolutelyGospel.com Top 40 Weekly Chart year-end figures.
“We are absolutely humbled by this news,” mentioned Scott Robinson of Eighth Day. “Accolades and numbers have never been something that we’ve tried to attain, but we are so honored that God would bless us with this. He’s hasn’t disappointed us yet!”
The group also had both of their singles from 2010 earn positions on the Top 100 Songs of 2010 list. Their hit single “Heaven’s Mine” ranked at #19 for the year, while the ministry driven “Trust His Heart” ranked at #41 for the year.
Joni Robinson of Eighth Day interjected, “While we had a very difficult year in 2010 personally, God proved faithful to us in our ministry. We are so grateful for his provision and timing. He’s just so amazing!”
You can find out more information on the Top 100 Songs of 2010 and Top 20 Most Played Artists of 2010 by visiting http://www.absolutelygospel.com.
Eighth Day just released their fifth single from the SGN Music Award nominated project Everything Holy. The song – “May I Never Get Over the Cross” – hit radio earlier this year through Spin-N-Motion Promotions.
More information on Eighth Day can be found at http://www.eighthdaymusic.com.
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!