In a new video shared exclusively through NewReleaseToday, Country Faith brand curator Deborah Evans Price interviews the Oak Ridge Boys' Duane Allen and The Nelons' Kelly Nelon Clark and Jason Clark about their involvement in the recent Country Faith Southern Gospel album.
Recorded at Skaggs Place Studios in Hendersonville, Tennessee, Deborah shares about the Country Faith brand, and the artists chat about their respective song contributions on the Southern Gospel project. Watch the interview below.
Country Faith Southern Gospel, a new collection featuring 15 timeless songs from some of the genre's most beloved artists, released last fall from Curb | Word Entertainment. Showcasing a range of favorites, past and present, Country Faith Southern Gospel is highlighted by classics from such legends as The Happy Goodmans ("The Lighthouse") and The Cathedrals ("Step Into The Water"), alongside Mark Lowry's "What's Not to Love," The Nelons' "Oh For A Thousand Tongues" and The Crabb Family's career-defining hit, "Through The Fire." For more info on the album, click here.