In an age where music is perhaps the most readily accessible it has ever been, listening to the best in Southern Gospel music is about to get even easier.
Platinum-selling recording artist, Mark Lowry, has once again made waves across social media with his brand new music video, “What’s Not To Love?” The fun, upbeat video, featuring the GRAMMY®-Award winning Gaither Vocal Band, made its Facebook debut on July 24th and reached over a million views just a week later. “What’s Not To Love?” is the title cut on Lowry’s new Daywind Records project, available August 18th, as well as his current radio single.
Chart-topping duo, Wilburn & Wilburn, has announced changes for the upcoming season. Jordan Wilburn, one half of the father/son group, has decided to step back from an intensive tour schedule to focus on his young family. His father and recent GMA Hall of Fame inductee, Jonathan Wilburn, will honor previously scheduled dates, and continue to travel as a solo artist.
A familiar face to millions of Fox News viewers, Kelly Wright has been reporting on news events across the globe for over three decades. As a singer, he has had the opportunity to share the stage with legendary talents and present his music to audiences across the country. Daywind Records is proud to partner with Kelly Wright to release his first new project in over five years, entitled Songs of Inspiration.
Daywind Records is pleased to announce the addition of Gospel Music Hall of Fame member, Mark Lowry. In a video released on social media earlier today, Mark Lowry shared his excitement about his upcoming project, entitled What’s Not To Love, and his new partnership with the award-winning record label.
Misty Freeman is no stranger to Southern Gospel music, having spent most of her life on a tour bus with her family, The Freemans. An accomplished artist and musician in her own right, Misty Freeman is a welcomed addition to the Daywind Roots label.
Multi-award winning family group, The Hoppers, have celebrated a host of #1 songs throughout their career, spanning over 55 years. In keeping with a long tradition of quality songs, America’s Favorite Family of Gospel Music are debuting their first release with Daywind Records, entitled Life Is Good, with a chart-topping song, ‘Jesus, The One.’
Multi-award winning family group, The Isaacs, and their label, House of Isaacs Music, have partnered with New Day Christian Distributors on the release of their newest studio project, entitled Nature’s Symphony in 432: A Journey From Pain To Praise. The project, which is scheduled to release on September 2nd, will be available to the Christian marketplace exclusively through New Day, with marketing and label support provided by Daywind Records.
Daywind Records is excited to announce the addition of The Second-Half Quartet to its roster of talented artists. This all-star group, comprised of Gerald Wolfe, Mark Trammell, Chris Allman, Rodney Griffin and Pat Barker, has become a beloved collaboration in high demand by audiences across the country.
Syntax Creative is thrilled to partner with the legendary Daywind Records, whose artists have garnered many Grammy, Dove and Singing News Award nominations and awards since its beginnings nearly 30 years ago. Daywind, based near Nashville, Tenn., is joining Syntax to take advantage of its greater focus and strategic tools to make products more visible in the digital marketplace.
In celebration of the 2nd Annual Daywind Quartet Festival at The Greenbrier, Daywind Records is excited to announce the Quartet Talent Contest!
Daywind Records is excited to announce the addition of The Hoppers to its roster of talented artists. This award-winning family, widely known as America’s favorite family of Gospel Music, has been singing to audiences around the world for over 57 years. From performances in Israel, Europe and Africa, to Carnegie Hall and Gaither Homecoming videos, The Hopper’s legacy has spanned the decades, with now three generations of Hoppers on stage together.
Producer, drummer and Daywind songwriter, Ricky Free, broke his hip last week due to a tumor that had weakened his bone. Through an extensive surgery, the doctors successfully removed the tumor and reconstructed Ricky’s hip. He is facing several weeks of immobility and physical therapy during which time he will not be able to work.
Ed Leonard was born for this. As the son of Daywind founder Dottie Leonard Miller, Ed has witnessed first-hand the company’s growth from a start-up in a garage to a multi-faceted cornerstone in the Christian music industry over the last 27 years.