McRaes are now, officially, a trio
Here's the press release that's out today from the McRaes:
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
"McRaes Announce New Vocalists"
HENDERSONVILLE, Tenn.--The McRaes are pleased to announce the addition of Morgann McClanahan from Rowe, Virginia and Amanda Till of Prattville, AL. Annie, Morgann and Amanda made their debut as a trio this past weekend to an overwhelming response.
"I believe that God has sent two of the most talented and anointed individuals to our ministry. From the first time we sang together it just felt right. I prayed for singers that would share my vision for the lost and God answered my prayers. I am so excited about where God is leading the McRaes and what He is doing in each of our lives. It has always been my dream for the McRaes to be a trio, but I didn't realize until now how much fun it would be singing with a third part," commented Annie McRae.
The McRaes are booked by the Beckie Simmons Agency, record for Daywind Music Group and are managed by Big Ten Entertainment. For more information on the trio, visit www.annieandkellymcrae.com.
Since their beginnings only six years ago, the McRaes have experienced many career highlights. In 2004 the group claimed their first number one song on the national radio charts, “If It Had Not Been The Lord” and in 2005 they celebrated Song of the Year with “There Is A Remedy.” They have been seen during Mark Lowry’s Senior Trip, the CrabbJam Tour, featured during Gospel Music Week, on Gospel Music Television, at the Gospel Music Association’s Estes Park, presenting during the 2006 Dove Awards and on the Gaither Homecoming Video Series. The McRaes opened for Mark Lowry’s 2000 tour and were featured on his On Broadway video project alongside the Gaither Vocal Band and Sandy Patti. As their ministry expands to hit the national scene, their goal remains one of sharing the Gospel and encouraging fellow Christians.
Program note: On next week's Daniel Britt & Friends, you will hear about how you can audition. Obviously, that information is now null and void.
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