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The Kingsmen's CD featured on this program, "They Don't Know," is available from our mailorder service, Springside. Just call 1-800-38-MUSIC to order. You can order easily from our webstore by using this link to go directly to this item. Note, too, that our "Featured Artist Discount" applies to any other currently in-stock recordings by this artist.
Our Artist Spotlight guest on this program was Joseph Habedank. Joseph traveled with the Perrys for a decade before becoming a solo artist. But he's been writing songs all along, and his new CD, "Resurrection," includes ten new songs from his pen. "Here He Comes" is the song you've been hearing a lot on the radio, a neat song about the Lord's coming, His life and His future return. Joseph's new CD is available from Springside.com.
Congratulations to the Grand Prize winner in our recent 2017 Great Annual Giveaway. She's Ruby DeWitt of Villa Rica, Georgia. Darlene and her husband, Lew (seen at right displaying the award certificate, the $1,000 check and a cruise brochure) will be guests on the 2018 Singing At Sea Cruise from Templeton Tours, sailing from Tampa, Florida, to Key West and Cozumel. They also get a $1,000 cash prize. Thanks to Templeton Tours for making the cruise available again this year, as they have for more than three decades. Thanks, too, to all of you who entered. Those who won CDs from our Bonus Prize Stash have been mailed their prizes. All who entered correct, qualifying entries should have received by now a special catalog from our Springside.com mailorder service with a special letter from me and a special selection of discount coupons for Southern Gospel music items.
As you heard on the broadcast, Ben Speer recently passed on to Glory after battling advancing Alzheimer's disease for some time. Ben leaves a "big hole" to fill in Southern Gospel music. He was involved in so many ways, through his publishing, his singing, his work with the Stamps-Baxter School of music, his work as music director for the Gaither Homecoming videos, his studio work, his arranging, etc., etc., etc. Ben Speer was always exceedingly kind to us. Whatever we needed, he was quick to provide. I remember the pride he exhibited years ago when he showed me around his studio on Nashville's Music Row. There, mounted between the panes of studio glass for historic display purposes, was one of the Speers' original microphones.