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Wishing You A Happy, Healthy, and Prosperous New Year in 2016.

The Kings Heralds
The Kings Heralds

It has certainly been wonderful to be home for a few weeks to enjoy spending time with our families and friends. After a very busy year in 2015, we’re looking firward with great anticipation to 2016 and all the Lord has in store.

We have just finished a couple of new CDs that will be out very soon. We think that you’ll enjoy our renditions of some old Southern Gospel favorites like, “He Set Me Free”, “Rainbow Of Love”, “Echoes From The Burning Bush”, “Just A Little While” as well as many others. We had a blast working with our producer extraordinaire, Steve Mauldin. We will let you know through our website, www.theheralds.org when the new music is available.

Before we took a break for the holidays we sang in Harrisburg, PA. What a thrill is was to see Neil Enloe and Duane Nicholson of the Couriers fame in our audience. After the concert we did as all good Gospel singers do and went out and enjoyed a great mean together and told old road stories until very late in the evening. It was also good to see our friends at Glenbridge Bible Church in St. Catherines, Ontario, Canada and then it was up to Woolwich to be with our friends “Surrendered” at the Calvary United Church.

We get back on the road the first week of January in Phoenix, AZ. If you are in that area please come out and join us. We promise we’re going ti have a good time.

Until then, we wish you all a Happy, Healthy, and Prosperous New Year in 2016.

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Thirty-one men have been a part of the King’s Heralds since its founding in 1927. They’ve recorded over 100 albums in thirty different languages in a variety of musical styles, making them a favorite with audiences of all ages. The rich blend, harmony and balance of their a cappella style has been enjoyed not only the United States, but also in over 50 countries including the islands of the Caribbean, all of Latin America, the South Pacific, Australia, Asia and Africa. Their audiences have included heads of state, governors, ambassadors and other dignitaries.

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