BYRON, Ga. – (September 8, 2011) – Singing News Fan Award nominee Sharron Kay King is excited to announce the addition of her seventh grandbaby to the family!
Born to her youngest daugher and son-in-law, Elizabeth Gayle and Isaac Johnson, Emelyn Gayle Johnson joined big sister Elianna Noelle on April 3, 2011.
Sharron said, “The Gayle middle name is in honor of my Mother Judith Gayle who passed away July 17, 2010. Liz & Isaac discovered they were expecting when her grandmother passed, so in honor of her since Liz was named after her, they decided to carryon the ‘Gayle’ name to their little girl. My mother was so proud of all her children and grandchildren, and I know she is smiling down upon them all today.”
For more information on Sharron and all her grandbabies, visit her site at www.sharronkayking.com .
Sharron recently landed another single on the AbsolutelyGospel.com Top 40 Weeky Chart – the industry’s most watched weekly radio report in Southern Gospel music. Her latest single, “A Little Hope,” has charted consistently for the last 14 weeks on the Top 40 chart – peaking recently at #16.
“A Little Hope” is the fourth consecutive Top 20 hit for Sharron on the AbsolutelyGospel.com Top 40 Chart from her current release Don’t Stop Believing. The previous songs from that recording to chart on the report include “God’s Been Good” (#6), “Don’t Stop Believing” (#17), and “I Was On His Mind” (#17).
More information as well as booking information on Sharron Kay King can be found at http://sharronkayking.com. Fans are encouraged to visit Sharron’s MySpace at http://www.myspace.com/sharronkayking. Fans can visit Sharron on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/pages/Sharron-Kay-King-Official-Fan-Page/102290253148210 .
About Sharron Kay King
Sharron Kay King is a talented singer/songwriter based out of Byron, Georgia. Sharron’s last release, Don’t Stop Believing, spawned off the #1 fan favorite “God’s Been Good.” King was a 2008 Top 5 finalist in the Singing News Fan Awards for Favorite Horizon Individual and a 2009 Top 10 finalist for Favorite Soloist.