"O Sing unto the Lord a new song; for He hath done marvelous things." Psalm 98:1 (KJV)
One of the most awarded groups during their fascinating career, The Perrys' roster currently includes Libbi Perry Stuffle - the unforgettable alto who carries on the family legacy, along with her husband and beloved bass singer Tracy Stuffle, their son Jared (JK) Stuffle representing a new generation on bass vocals, lead singer Andrew Goldman, and baritone Troy Peach.
Few artists can claim a more devoted group of listeners, and this fan base has become even more loyal during the past year of praying The Perrys through new challenges and opportunities during the ongoing recovery of Tracy after his initial stroke in January 2013.
SING is an album filled with uplifting and encouraging songs. "While it seems like we've walked through a valley for a long time, we are not discouraged. God is good and we want to sing songs that convey that message," states Libby Stuffle. With selections like Keep On, Cry No More and the title cut, Sing, listeners will certainly embark on a heavenly journey, as The Perrys consistently guide with their eternal message, powerhouse vocals and beautiful harmonies.
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SoGo Good| Posted October 14, 2015 The Perrys are a household name in Southern Gospel, among the ranks of names like The Gaithers and The Statler Brothers. In 45 years of ministry, The Perrys have released 11 albums and have been nominated for several awards. More importantly, they travel the United States sharing the Gospel of Jesus and give Him all the glory and praise. Their newest album Sing will be a blessing to those who have the opportunity to hear it.
"Did I Just Hear the Thunder" is a rousing call to hope for the return of the Lord, the perfect opening song that will pull listeners into a heartfelt, honest album. The Perrys sing about standing strong and not being afraid through the storms and trials of life. Even when "The Unexpected Storm" arises and brings up questions of God's faithfulness and love, singing from personal experience (Tracy suffered a massive stroke in 2013, but God restored him to fulltime ministry) The Perrys remind listeners that God is there by their side and He'll help them through.
Another upbeat, forward-looking track is "I've Never Been There" where The Perrys sing about looking forward to the greatness of Heaven. The title track "Sing" encourages listeners to lift their voices up and praise God for all He's done. "Sing" is a great combination of the traditional Southern Gospel message and the more modern musical accompaniment. With a soulful big band feel, how could anyone not make a joyful noise?
Honestly, words can't accurately describe the legacy that is The Perrys. I was honored to review their latest album. Their joy and enthusiasm for the Lord comes across in their music. If you like Southern Gospel but have yet to check them out, they're a great combination of old and new!
Song to Download Now:
"Did I Just Hear the Thunder" (Get it on iTunes here.)