The King James Boys Release New Bluegrass Gospel Single “I Can Hear The Savior” – Out Now!

Nashville, Tenn. – The King James Boys have spent much of the last year in the studio working on all-new material. The South Carolina based group is excited to unveil their brand new Gospel single, “I Can Hear The Savior.” It’s the lead release from their forthcoming project coming later this year via Pinecastle Records. Fans can download and/or stream the full song HERE.

“I Can Hear The Savior” is the ultimate musical experience from start to finish. Written by Randy Fox, the composition honors the ultimate sacrifice. Featuring Randy Spencer‘s lead vocals, Cole Spencer‘s harmonies, Curtis Lewis‘ banjo accompaniment, along with Will Hart‘s mandolin expertise and baritone harmony vocals, this piece promises an emotive and profound listening experience. Sonically it also stays true to the group’s defined sound, which combines a combination of Bluegrass meets Gospel Roots.

The latest single is the follow-up to the band’s highly successful project Walk On Faith, which came out in 2022. It kicked off with the No. 1 radio hit “The Devil’s Not Afraid Of A Dust Covered Bible” which went on to become one of the band’s most successful releases to date. It topped several different charts including the Bluegrass Today Weekly Gospel Chart, and became their first chart-topper on the CDX Southern Gospel & Positive Country Chart. The title-track also proved to be a large hit for the band, spending three weeks in the top spot on the Roots Music Report charts while the whole collection spent 12 weeks at No. 1 on the Roots Music Report Gospel Bluegrass Album Chart.

Stay tuned as the band reveals more information about the upcoming project. They are looking to make 2024 another year to remember! Stay up to date on all things King James Boys by visiting their official website, where music enthusiasts can find upcoming tour dates, get the latest news, listen to music and more.

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