Catching Up

A couple of blurbs caught my attention over the past week or so.

  • Nick and Jessica Trammell have folded their trio and are joining forces with Jessica’s family group, The Browns.  With the rest of the family located in Iowa and the Trammells in Alabama, that will make for a challenge meeting the bus!  Plans are already under way for a new recording, so stay tuned.
  • Ernie Haase and Wayne Haun have officially launched Stow Town Records.  First up by the label is a George Younce solo album with EHSS singing backup and a Doug Anderson solo album.  Also notable is that the Collingsworth Family has been signed to the label as well, I’ll be very interested to hear their first release on Stow Town.
  • NewSoGoFan, a frequent commenter here and former contributor at Daniel Mount’s site, has launched out on her own and started a blog: Southern Gospel Yankee.  Welcome to the blog world!
  • Diana caught a performance by Wilburn & Wilburn.  True duos are a bit rare in SG, so it will be interesting to see how they are received.  For what it’s worth, Jordan Wilburn definitely has a nice voice, and his dad’s vocal prowess is well known, so here’s hoping for the best!
  • Finally, here’s the reason for my absence:


About Wes Burke
I'm a .NET developer and Southern Gospel music fan. Married with a wonderful family.

4 Responses to Catching Up

  1. That’s a very good reason. 🙂

  2. Diana says:

    And she is such an adorable reason for your absence!! Congratulations!

  3. Adam Edwards says:

    Wow….congratulations on the new addition, Wes!

  4. Keith Waggoner says:

    Congratulations, Wes. She’s beautiful!

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