Wednesday, February 26, 2014

The King's Heralds Perform For Christian Bookstore Buyers

Nashville, TN (February 26, 2014) The oldest active Gospel quartet in America, The King's Heralds, recently performed a special showcase for over 100 Christian Bookstore owners and buyers in Murfreesboro, TN. Sharing the stage with them that evening was best selling Christian author Stacey Eldridge. Other performers who have been featured in the past are CeCe Winans, Andy Andrews , Jason Crabb, Ken Davis and author Max Lucado.

This puts the King's Heralds in an elite group of Gospel singers as only the best of the best are requested to perform for the owners and buyers. Jeff Pearles, bass singer extraordinaire, stated “It was an honor for the Heralds to perform in front of the people who decide what music will be on the shelves for people to buy.”

In other news about The King's Heralds, they have recently released a new recording entitled “Thy Blessed Spirit”. All of the songs are done in the King's Heralds accapella style with the exception of one, the old southern gospel favorite “On The Jericho Road” which features the newest addition to the quartet, lead Jered Otto.

The unique arrangements of Russell Hospedales, baritone for the group, are sure to delight their fans as they listen to the new recording. Be watching for information coming soon about the Heralds' overseas Mission trip.

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About The King's Heralds

The King’s Heralds have shared their music with thousands, including the Christian Booksellers Association, the National Association of Religious Broadcasters, the Protestant Health and Welfare Association, the Greater Pittsburgh Charismatic Conference and the Baptist World Alliance. The King’s Heralds have been regular guests on “Praise the Lord” on the Trinity Broadcasting Network and on the “It Is Written Telecast”. In addition to maintaining an extensive touring schedule, the group also shares their musical talents with patients and their families through a hospital ministry and have witnessed to hardened inmates with a prison ministry.

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