Thursday, September 4, 2014

Chuck Wagon Gang Releases New Album and Historic Documentary

Dual Release on October 7, 2014

Franklin, Tenn- September 3, 2014- New Haven Records is excited to announce two new releases by the legendary country gospel music group the Chuck Wagon Gang. These releases include a new album, Meeting in Heaven--The Chuck Wagon Gang Sing the Songs of Marty Stuart and historic documentary, titled America’s Gospel Singers, The Legacy Lives On.

Meeting in Heaven is a collection of new gospel songs written and produced by country music legend, Marty Stuart. Iconic musician and historian reflects, “After getting to know the group, I found myself writing an entire album for them--songs I hope will form a new legacy for the current Chuck Wagon Gang.” Stuart continues, “Although they live in the shadow of a titanic body of work created by their ancestors, there is no doubt in my mind the current group will make a mighty and long-lasting contribution to the storied history of the Chuck Wagon Gang.”

The full length DVD, America’s Gospel Singers, the Legacy Lives On chronicles the 75- year history of the Chuck Wagon Gang through rare family photos and videos, poignant personal stories, old recordings and new live performances. The DVD features special appearances by Connie Smith, Merle Haggard, Eddie Stubbs, the Oak Ridge Boys and Charlie Daniels. The project was developed by Marty Stuart and filmed by world-renowned photographer Jack Spencer.

“The Chuck Wagon Gang has impacted so many souls throughout the years and we are honored to have the privilege of working with them on these projects,” Ken Harding, president of New Haven Records said. “We are excited to see how these new projects touch the hearts of their new and long-time fans.”

About Chuck Wagon Gang:
In 1935, "Dad" Carter and his family, migrant cotton farmers, found themselves in Texas without money. Providentially, they landed a job singing on KFYO Radio in Lubbock as the Carter Quartet. They changed their name to the Chuck Wagon Gang and a phenomenon was born. Today, the Chuck Wagon Gang holds the distinction of being the oldest mixed gospel recording group still performing with ties to its original founder. After 8 decades and 40 million in record sales, their music lives on through granddaughter of Anna Carter, Shaye Smith.

About New Haven Records:
New Haven Records is a Nashville-based music corporation that includes label, publishing, and film companies. For almost three decades, they have focused on the uniquely American genres of Black Gospel, Southern Gospel, and Country & Bluegrass Gospel. New Haven’s product is distributed to the mainstream through SONY Distribution and to the Christian marketplace through Provident Music Distribution. For additional information, go to

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