Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Sharron Kay King Set to Embark On Annual Christmas Tour

BYRON, Ga. – (November 26, 2012) – 2012 Absolutely Gospel Music Award nominee Sharron Kay King is set to embark on her annual Christmas tour in support of her Christmas recording Ribbons & Bows and brand new mainline project This Story of My Life.

Kicking things off this Sunday in Fayetteville, Georgia, Sharron will highlight songs from her critically acclaimed Christmas recording Ribbons & Bows. Sharron will visit 12 stops on her much-anticipated tour where she will also debut material from her new recording This Story of My Life.

“My Christmas tour is always one of my favorite things about being on the road,” mentioned Sharron. “These songs mean so much to me, and people have always enjoyed hearing my stories about Christmas. It’s such a wonderful time of year, and I’m just so happy to be able to touch people with my music and my story.”

The dates and venues for Sharron’s tour are listed below:

12/01/12 – The Summit Church – Fayetteville, GA
12/02/12 – Impact Church – Atlanta, GA
12/03/12 – Biven’s Chapel United Methodist Church – Brookside, AL
12/04/12 – New Zion United Pentecostal Church – Philadelphia, MS
12/07/12 – Emeritus at Trillium Park – Conway, AR
12/09/12 – Living Word Chruch – Greenville, TX
12/09/12 – Church of the Nazarene – Pittsburg, TX
12/16/12 – Means Memorial United Methodist Church – Andrews, TX
12/20/12 – Coronado Baptist Church – El Paso, TX
12/21/12 – First Baptist Church – Wimberely, TX
12/23/12 – Cowboys For Jesus Christian Fellowship – Fichers, TX
12/30/12 – First United Methodist Church – Lawton, TX
12/31/12 – First Baptist Church of Ardmore – Ardmore, TX

For more information on the tour and how to purchase Sharron’s Christmas recording, visit http://www.sharronkayking.com.

Sharron recently scored another Top 40 single from her critically acclaimed release Don’t Stop Believing. The song, titled “Look Up,” became the fifth consecutive single from the album to debut on the AbsolutelyGospel.com Top 40 Weekly Chart – the Southern Gospel industry’s most watched and longest running weekly radio report.

“Look Up” was written by Eric Horner and was just released to Southern Gospel radio through Eddie King & Crown Communications. “Look Up” is the final single from Don’t Stop Believing as Sharron recently put the finishing touches on her new record titled This Story of My Life. This Story of My Life is Sharron’s first studio-recording in over five years. This Story of My Life was produced by Mike Pillow (Ricky Atkinson & Compassion, Naomi Sego, Ann Downing).

Sharron wrote or co-wrote 10 of the 12 tracks including the title cut. Other writers and co-writers included award-winning writers Steve & Annie Chapman, John Robinson, Becky Wright, Chris Binion, and Sharron’s son-in-law Sean Anderson.

Sharron has been singing and speaking at ladies retreats and recovery groups more frequently this year due to her amazing testimony of God’s redeeming power and grace. For information on how you can book Sharron at your church or event, visit http://www.sharronkayking.com.

Sharron was honored earlier this year to see her name among the 10 nominees for Fan Favorite Artist of the Year in the highly-respected Absolutely Gospel (SGN) Music Awards. This is the second time in her career that Sharronhas been nominated for an Absolutely Gospel Music Award. She was previously nominated in 2007 in the Country Album of the Year category for her The Road I Know project.

More information as well as booking information on Sharron Kay King can be found at http://sharronkayking.com. 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 NewsFan Awards for Favorite Horizon Individual and a 2009 Top 10 finalist for Favorite Soloist.

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