Saturday News Roundup #108
- Last weekend, Devin McGlamery tore his major pectoralis muscle while lifting weights during a workout. He had surgery on Valentine’s Day to repair the muscle, and is recovering. Pianist Wayne Haun has been filling in at lead until McGlamery returns.
- The name of Ryan Seaton’s new quartet is Union Street. Their website will be unionstreetqt.com; they’re on Facebook here. Members include tenor Toby Hitchcock, lead singer Ryan Seaton, baritone Andrew Goldman, and bass Aaron McCune. It appears that Roy Webb is not an announced member, though he was playing piano for the debut concert.
- The J.D. Sumner Quartet Show, announced here, has been rebranded as the Memphis Quartet Show. Its website remains the same, www.quartetshow.com.
- Check out my friend and former co-worker Israel Wayne’s response to the question “Who are you to say what worship is?”
Upcoming book and CD reviews:
- Sunday, 2/19: Sunday Afternoon Bookworm: Illusion, Frank Peretti
- Friday, 2/24: Family Ties, Wilburn & Wilburn
- Sunday, 2/26: Sunday Afternoon Bookworm: Then Sings My Soul, Book 3, Robert Morgan
- Friday, 3/2: Living in Grace, Cavaliers Quartet
- Friday, 3/9: Living Oasis, Mark Dubbeld Family
- Friday, 3/16: Indescribable, Chigger Hill Boys & Terri
- Friday, 3/23: The Call is Still the Same, Dixie Melody Boys
- Friday, 3/30: In Good Hands, Declaration
- Friday, 4/6: When I Sing, The Milby Family
- Friday, 4/13: Inspired, Justin Terry
- Friday, 5/4: Book Review: Then Sings My Soul, Doug Harrison
Here’s one neat video! It’s a home video of the Cathedrals, ca. 1990, calling Jake Hess up from the audience for a guest solo:
It’s open thread Saturday—you decide!