Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Sunday Edition Honored with 3 USAGEM Award Nominations

Sunday Edition Honored with 3 USAGEM Award Nominations

MURFREESBORO, Tenn. – (September 26, 2011) – Sunday Edition, one of Nashville’s favorite groups, was recently honored with three nominations in the upcoming United States Associated of Gospel Entertainers & Musicians (USAGEM) Annual Awards Show.

Sunday Edition received two nominations as a group – New Artist of the Year and Gospel Entertainer of the Year. In addition, the group’s lead vocalist Chris Unthank was named in the Male Vocalist of the Year category.

“We are new to USAGEM, but we are so grateful for their support of our ministry this year,” mentioned group member Deon Unthank. “We believe in the work that this organization is doing, and we are proud to be a member of USAGEM.”

The USAGEM Awards will be handed out as a part of the 8th Annual USAGEM Convention and Awards Show. The even will be held at the Texas Troubadour Theater in Nashville, Tennessee on November 18 and 19, 2011. More information on the organization and event can be found at .

Sunday Edition recently released their highly anticipated follow-up single to the group’s debut singles with BSA World Records. The group has again partnered with BSA World Records for this release – which was produced by Glen Bates (Crystal River, Tribute Quartet). Bates produced the critically acclaimed “Mercy Walks a Road” and smash hit “He Bore a Cross” for the group as well. The song, titled “Bring Back the Cross,” was written by Glen Bates was sent to radio earlier this summer.

“He Bore a Cross” became the group’s biggest hit to date in 2009 – giving them their highest charting position on the Singing News Top 80 (#44) and earning the group its first Top 10 New Release. In addition, the song landed Sunday Edition its second #1 hit on the Top 40 Fan Chart. The second single, “Mercy Walks a Road” also charted on major Southern Gospel charts – Top 40 Weekly Chart, Christian Voice Magazine Top 100 Southern Gospel Chart, and PowerSource Magazine Top 100 Southern Gospel chart.

The trio recently released their highly anticipated new recording – Sunday Worship. Sunday Worship is a conceptual recording that not only pays tribute to the group’s history singing in the church, but it also takes a look at the current landscape of church music. Sunday Worship consists of six cherished hymns and five modern worship songs set to an acoustic, piano only accompaniment.

Sunday Edition’s website is currently under renovation, and until the new site is unveiled, you can find out more information on the trio by visiting many social networking sites. Facebook members can find Sunday Edition at . Sunday Edition’s MySpace can be found at Fans can visit Sunday Edition’s Shoutlife at You can follow Sunday Edition on Twitter by logging in at .

About Sunday Edition
Sunday Edition was formed back in the early 70’s as an all-male quartet. Now, 30 years later, the group has reformed as the family trio consisting of Deon Unthank, Amy Marie Unthank, and Chris Unthank. The group has a rich sound with a wide variety of influences which range from traditional southern to country and progressive southern to black gospel.

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