Other music on the program from Devin McGlamery,
Booth Brothers, Kingsmen and Canton Junction
Signal Mountain, TN July 30, 2014 This week’s Harmony Road TV program will feature the broadcast premiere of “Say Amen” from Brian Free and Assurance. The video brings the inspiring message of the chart topping song to life. Other songs on the program include “While I Still Can” from Devin McGlamery, The Booth Brothers with “She Still Remembers Jesus’ Name” and great quartet music from the Kingsmen and Canton Junction.
“Say Amen” was produced and directed by Daywind Records vice president and A & R director Scott Godsey. “We are thankful for the opportunity to work with these guys on the ‘Say Amen’ video production. Our hope is that this video will go beyond our normal borders and branch out to new media sources,” Godsey explained.
Harmony Road is available to over 80 million homes nationwide on both secular and Christian outlets, helping Scott realize his vision of presenting the video through multiple sources. Information on affiliates can be found at www.harmonyroadtv.com.
Kenna Turner West, one of the songs co-writers, added, "As songwriters, we are blown away by the success of the song and how it is impacting the lives of the listeners. It is a three-minute invitation to remember all that God has done in our lives, which in turn kindles hope in our hearts for what He has yet to do."
Roger Spears, Harmony Road producer, said “We always appreciate the opportunity to be the first to air a great video. We have been blessed to be able to present several broadcast premieres over the past year and look forward to many more.”
Harmony Road is produced and distributed by Harmony Road productions and features the best in Southern Gospel music and video. It can be found each week on The Heartland Network, The NRB Network (including DirectTV, streaming and mobile app), WATC57 in Atlanta, WGNM-TV in Macon, WYBU-TV in Columbus, GA/Phoenix City, AL. Also find the program on the WALKtv network (including ROKU), Harmony Gospel in Greeneville, SC, DCT3in Middle Tennessee, TV24 in Anniston/Gadsden, Charter Cable in Clarksville, Cookeville/Crossville, Sevier County, Lebanon and Jackson, TN and WMJN29 in Decatur/Athens/Cullman, AL. For more information on these and the program’s other affiliates you can visit www.harmonyroadtv.com.