CEO of Grace Records Nashville and Singer/Songwriter. 3 time cancer survivor and love being a willing tool for God to use! For bookings and sales contact 1-336-593-2908
Susan Agee Hicks
I’ve been singing for the Lord for fifty-eight years and began my music ministry eighteen years ago. I have been recording and mastering for artists since 2008. I love sharing the Gospel through Southern/Country Gospel Music all through the South and am available for bookings. Look for my new radio and video release of Long Black Train this spring. You can contact me through Facebook or email at email@example.com for bookings and CD sales.
Recently described by a popular DJ as the offspring that would exist between the union of the Oak Ridge Boys and the Eagles, the Waymasters have a love for God and His music that is clear to the ears. Known around the country for their unmistakable five part harmonies, and riveting musicianship of guitarist Chewie McMahan, the group is consistently striving to uplift the Lord in all the ways they can. Their humble approach and spirit filled vocals have propelled them to the front of the country gospel charts. The award winning band enjoyed their first national #1 single in July, 2012 with their unforgettable rendition of 'Let Me Feel Your Spirit Once Again" written by fellow USAGEM members Joel and LaBreeska
Cathy Guffey is a singer/songwriter who loves singing about her Savior! And it shows as she pours out her heart through her songs. Gifted and anointed, Faith, Family, and love for her country will always shine through!
My name is Megan Brianna, and I am 16 years old! I have been singing my whole life and have been playing the piano for 7 years. I grew up in a Christian home and was saved at 9 years old at a revival! Although I have been singing for forever, I experienced bullying in middle school from my peers and other professing Christians. Sometimes, you have to go through a valley, so God can use you! God took those events and the passing of my grandfather to ultimately get me here! To be able to say that I sang with Sunday Morning Country Chorale at the Grand Ole Opry House, signed a record label and released to radio is amazing; but it is all because of God! I can use the events I went through to be a light to my generation and the future generations to come, and show them that serving God at a young age is okay! The journey has just begun for me, and I cannot wait to see where God takes me and my ministry!
LizzyG is a seasoned Christian Country and Southern Gospel Music Recording Artist from Chicago, IL. with very deep southern roots. She started playing guitar and singing at the tender age of 6. Inspired by so many Gospel Greats such as The Blackwood Brothers, Dottie Rambo, and The Happy Goodman's to name a few. She set out on a Gospel musical quest of her own many years ago. She joined "The Voices of Praise" when she was 11 years old as a guitarist and soon became the alto singer & Bass guitarist for the band. By age of 18, she and "The Voices of Praise" from Chicago, IL won 1st Place in the WYCA Radio Talent Contest hosted by nonother than Southern Gospel Music Promoter, Les Butler of WYCA Radio of Griffith, Indiana. LizzyG and "The Voices of Praise" went on and opened for The Original Hinsons from Hendersonville, TN in 1983. LizzyG has shared the stage with many great & famous Gospel artists such as The Original Hinsons, Gold City Quartet, The Lester's, The Paynes, The Spencers, The Singing Americans, and Heaven Bound. LizzyG was nominated in the top 10 for the "Chicago Independent Artist of The Year" Award! She also received the "Entertainer of The Year Award" Crimson Award from SSE Promotions in 2016!!! Recently, she was nominated in Christian Voice Magazine for "Favorite Female Vocalist of the Year" she was also nominated in the top 10 for "Favorite Video of The Year" for her song "American Heroes" all for 2017. LizzyG was named “Favorite Female Vocalist of The Year” in Christian Voice Magazine in 2017. LizzyG was nominated for the following categories for LCGMA Fan Awards 2020 Female Soloist of The Year, Favorite Song of The Year “Gotta Lot To Do” written by Jeff Napier, and Video of The Year Award “American Heroes” written by William D. Creech & Fawn Jacobs. LizzyG is a National Radio Charting Artist with her current single at radio "Something to Write Home About". "Find Jesus Now" charted at #2 on the Top 100 Country Christian Chart with Christian Voice Magazine. "Gotta Lot To Do" made it to #5 on the Christian Music Weekly Chart, and on the Top 100 charts Country Christian Charts with Christian Voice Magazine, it remained on the radio charts there for 8 consecutive weeks. This particular single charted on Cash Box Magazine Charts, It made it to #5 twice in The Christian Voice Magazine. As of late, LizzyG was named the LCGMA 2020 won Female Soloist Award, she also won the LCGMA 2020 Video of The Year Award for "American Heroes"!!! A quote from LizzyG "To God be all of the Glory and Honor! I Have The BEST Fans Ever!!! Thank you for voting for me!!!" LizzyG recently signed with the record label "Grace Records Nashville" and "Something To Write Home About" is being distributed via Sony Orchid Distribution Company for online distribution. LizzyG believes in singing to folks from the depths of her heart, she wants to win lost souls, bring hope to the hopeless, and bring encouragement to all those who need it. "Thank You" to all who listen to LizzyG Music!!! May your heart and spirit truly be filled with Joy & His Love!!!"
As a founding member of the Southern Gospel Trio called Hearts of Grace from Brazoria, Texas, Christine Scott and her husband, Floyd, traveled and sang all across the country and hosted Gospel cruises for many years. He preached and they sang with the hope of seeing souls brought to the Kingdom of God and encouraging those who already know the Lord. As a singer and songwriter, it is a joy for Christine to share the gospel through music. "I pray you see Jesus in me. My 30+ year ministry consists of sharing music from my heart to encourage you and give praise and honor to my Lord Jesus Christ. I have been recording music for over 40 years and singing for the Lord even longer. It is a blessing and I long to continue serving the Lord through my music, writing books and teaching God’s Word. He gave me my first breath and I’ll give Him my last." In the summer of 2022, she was invited to sign with Grace Records in Nashville and record a new solo CD project. The project is called "Bring Him Every Need" and is AVAILABLE NOW on her website atwww.ChristineScottMusic.com! There is a variety of songs on this recording... hymns, praise and worship, Southern Gospel and includes a song she and Floyd wrote called "It Will All Be Worth It Someday". He passed away in 2020 and the project is dedicated to his memory.
One half of the multi award winning bluegrass duo "The Roys" Elaine's music speaks from the heart with penned lyrics from God's hands and her pure angelic vocals.
A multi-award winning artist, Lena has been singing publicly since the age of three. Her original tunes have been an inspiration at churches in her area for years. Her rich, bluesy-gospel style has touched hearts all over her home state of Kentucky. Recently signed to Grace Records, Lena is excited about taking her music ministry to the next level. She would welcome the opportunity to share the joy of Jesus at your church or event. Please contact Lena at 270-823-6287, through Facebook at Lena Aldridge Music, or via email firstname.lastname@example.org for bookings.
Caruso is a multi award wiining songwriter and artist. Since 2019 he has been the founder, lead songwriter, and frontman for the 308 Ghost Train. Caruso has amassed 50 million streams, 49 award nominations, 30 global releases, and 9 wins. Recently Caruso has been signed to Grace Records Nashville where he will continue his journey in the Contemporary Christian realm. He is a true Multi-Genre artist boasting 3 genres at once showcasing across multiple platforms. You can see him perform as a solo act or with his 9 piece band depending on the show. The combination of Caruso and the 308 Ghost Train is a powerful and entertaining musical message recipe that will surely touch your heart and feed your soul.
Rylee Austin is an up and coming country music singer/songwriter from Greenville, AL. She discovered she loved music at a very young age and as her parents discovered she could sing they bought her her first guitar and at the age of 9 she began guitar lessons with one of mentors Mr. Robbin McCombs, whom she lovingly refers to as “Pops”. At the age of 19, Rylee joined the band “Lone Survivor” with some of the most amazing musicians who took her under their wings and showed her the ropes of band life. Ronny, Shiver, Marty Mauldin, Frank Campbell, Hal Cobb, and Kevin Howell were far more than just band mates they were family. When Lone Survivor came to an end Rylee began booking acoustic shows. Rylee is influenced by such artists as Ashley McBryde, Wynonna, Carly Pearce, Ashland Craft, Tracy Lawrence, Patsy Cline, Loretta Lynn, George Strait, Reba, and even up and coming artists such as Mae Estes, Taylor Austin Dye, and Hannah Dasher. She has played a variety of venues from bars, benefits, restaurants, and festivals. The festivals include such festivals as The Hank Williams Festival and Georgiana City Fest in Georgiana, AL and Festival at the Well in Glenwood, AL. Along with a variety of venues she has also been fortunate to open up for acts such as Nashville Recording Artist Shane Owens, as well as Bryan Martin. She has also been honored to share the stage and sing one of her favorite songs “Regular Joe” with Nashville Recording artist Ashton Shepherd. Paired perfectly with some originals she has written Rylee also covers many different songs from your favorite good ol story telling 90s Country Music to the modern day tell it like it is hits from Ashley McBryde. No matter what you’re into she’s bound to sing something you love!
Leon Everette was born in Aiken, South Carolina. As a small boy he moved to Queens, NY where he was raised. In 1968, while serving in the Navy in Vietnam, Leon entered a won a Navy sponsored talent contest. This was the beginning of Leons musical career. After a move to Ward, South Carolina Everette formed a part time band and started playing locally. After repeated trips to Nashville he got a job in the mail room at True Records. Leon then partnered with Carroll Fulmer of Orlando Records. His first record to make the top ten Billboard Charts was "Over". This led to a recording contract with RCA in 1980 which garnered 11 straight top ten records. One of those songs being his hit "Hurricane" which peaked at #1. The hit song was so popular in Louisiana that he served as the Grand Marshall of Mardi Gras. Everette's popularity then led to his being the first country artist ever to perform in Italy. in 1981 Leon was nominated for "New Male Vocalist Of The Year". During 1983 he had one of the biggest selling records of the year "Give Me What You Think Is Fair" and his band, Hurricane, won "Traveling Band Of The Year". He also had the honor of being one of the first country artists to perform at Wembley Stadium in London, England. To many fans, Leon Everette's strongest attribute was his high energy when performing live. A Leon Everette performance seemed to have the energy of a "Hurricane" as he was never one to just stand around, strum a guitar, and sing. In the mid 1980's, suffering from burnout, Everette retired from the music industry and moved back to Ward, South Carolina where he became involved with several business endeavors. In 1997, Everette came to know the Lord Jesus Christ. He has since devoted his life to the Lord and his church. He and his lovely wife, Diane, are mainstays in their church located in Aiken, South Carolina. Much to the delight of those who loved his music, Leon started touring again and performing country gospel music. He is now recording in his own recording studio "The Tool Shed" with many of his former musicians. They are all dedicated to spreading God's word through their music. He is using the talent and energy that once went into his country music career to now uplift and praise God. The first part of 2016, Leon was invited back to Nashville by a former friend and business colleage Jimmy Adams and Little David Wilkins. Little David had just written a gospel song titled "I Stand The Tallest When I'm Down On My Knees". The great mind of Jimmy Adams thought this would make a phenomenal hit by paring together Little David and Leon to record the song which became a #1 record five weeks in the charts. This led to a management deal with Jimmy Adams & JAM Social Media Group. Thanks to Jimmy Adams, Little David Wilkins, & The JAM team media specialist Leon has now taken off on his second career. You can watch Leons videos and his label mates on www.itube247.com. Leon says, "Now I'm having more fun with Jesus in MY band!"
JC James, frontman for the JC James Band, is from the Waynesburg, PA area but moved to Jamestown, TN and now resides in Mississippi. JC has been around music all his life but has made it his profession in the recent years. He started out as the founder and frontman of the band Colt 51. As the years went by he started his descend into country music where he would follow in the footsteps of the legends by writing his own originals and singing the songs of his country music heroes such as Conway Twitty, Shenandoah, T.G Shepperd, George Jones, Waylon Jennings, Earl Thomas Conley, and Sawyer Brown. With his hit song "After All" he and his ban are heading on tour to promote and play live all over the USA with dates to be posted soon!
Rocky and Gail Smith
Angel Michelle Love
Angel Michelle holds dear to the motto of her grandmother. There's no business like show business! "When you get inside of a tune, the soul in you should just come out! Step back and just let that soul come right on out!" - Dinah Washington. Though unknown to Dinah at the time, this immortal statement continues to live on as a magical source of inspiration for her own granddaughter, Angela Michelle, whose current performances and personal approach to a song is as unique as her legendary grandmothers. Angel Michelle was born Angela Michelle Jenkins in the Bronx, NY to George Kenneth Jenkins Jr. and Mary Jenkins. She is proud of her legendary grandparents, showbiz icons the late, Great "Queen of the Blues" Dinah Washington, and "King Of the Drums" George Kenneth Jenkins Sr. Angel was raised in Harlem, listening to her grandmothers records and with a love of music and for the biz. With her dad playing the drums and her mom always singing a tune around the house or on a gig, music was all around her. Angel has been in church, school choirs, and plays through out her life. Angel has always dreamed of being a successful model/actress/dancer/ and singing artist. While promoting her own talent, she also promotes the talent of other family members through the family and friends agency, Nijeta Talent, which can be found at www.nijeta.com
Greg Logins and Revival
Greg Logins lives with his family in Newark, New York but admits that many of his Southern Gospel roots come from Grenada, Mississippi where he grew up in a gospel-music-loving family. His father, Lonnie “Pop” Logins, was instrumental in creating an especially strong family bond. The year is 1991; Greg Logins is feeling a major shift in his life with a spiritual fire that is igniting. This spiritual fire was once a spark that was lit by his father, Lonnie “Pops” Logins. His father, Lonnie “Pop” Logins, was instrumental in creating an especially strong family bond. To this day, Greg is grateful to his father for sparking his interest in Southern Gospel music and for teaching him how to love and honor God. From a very young age he has always loved to sing in church. But this particular year was different. God begin to knock on door of his soul and what started out as traveling to a few churches and using his voice for the Lord eventually branded out into being on stage with one of America’s most legendary Southern Gospel groups- Charles Johnson and the Revivers. In 2014, he suffered a major loss in his life. It was at this time that his beloved friend and mentor, Charles Johnson, passed away. However, through his feelings of grief and loss, he continued to push through and decided to continue Brother Johnson’s legacy and ministry. It wasn’t too long after that decision was made that he formed Greg Logins and Revival, in honored of Brother Johnson. Greg Logins and Revival quickly began travelling and spreading the message of God abroad. They began travelling from state to state spreading the love of Jesus and were world known and well known on the Gospel music radio stations in a very little amount of time. They were also highly requested on Gospel music radio stations as well. Greg has had many major accomplishments over his lifetime. He now has his own publishing company known as Greg Logins Publishing. His publishing company has become very successful and is renowned in the Gospel music industry. The name Greg Logins is well known within itself. He has becoming very successful in his travels all over the world. He has had some numerous chart-topping hits along the way as well. His major hit single, “Come by Here”, rose the National Billboard chart. His name has also graced Singing News, SGN Scoops, along with other renowned charts. In 2016, Greg Logins and Revival had the opportunity to perform on the main stage at the National Quartet Convention, where he was awarded prominent New Artist. One of his most memorial moments was when he had the amazing opportunity to sing with the amazing and sensational Williams Brothers. God has given many opportunities to Greg over the course of 30 years. And each time that God calls, Greg always answers. God has called him to sing in Italy, Germany, Europe, and other areas across the world. Although Greg has seen, experienced, and accomplished so many things over the last thirty years, he has always remained focused on his mission-to lead others to the Lord. He is known for saying that his mission in life is to, “let every woman, man, and child know that God still saves and heals.” Originally from Grenada Mississippi, he always attributes his love and passion for music and song to his Grenada roots. Even though Greg travels often, he is a family man. He currently resides in Newark New York with his family. When traveling across country, while singing on stages and in churches, he always recalls that spark that his father, Lonnie “Pops” Logins, once lit. Often, he finds himself traveling down memory lane, thinking back to the days of Charles Johnson and the Revivers. He thinks often about all that Brother Johnson taught him in his walk with The Lord. As he carried the spiritual torch for the service of our Lord and Savior, he carries the legacy of Brother Johnson in his heart. He does not label singing as a career, he sees it as a blessing and a calling. And when the Lord places a calling upon his heart, he will be there- willing and able to do what the Lord has asked of him to do. Greg continues to spread the Word of God wherever he goes. But he is a very strong believer that it all starts in the home. God bless you all.
Michael Ray Fain
Over 200 years of family musical roots are embedded along Rye Cove Creek, located near the small town of Stuart, VA. In the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, a dovetail cabin can be seen overlooking the creek that flows through the nearby valley. This is where singer/songwriter Michael Ray Fain calls home and from where he draws much of his inspiration. Fain cut his teeth while listening to the likes of Merle Haggard, George Jones, and Don Williams which led the foundation of being country to the bone. Some of his fondest memories are of making music with his grandather "Pa Joe" who played old time fiddle, Uncle Jack pickgin guitar, and Cousin Herbert singing Country Gentleman hits. Later influences included Randy Travis, Keith Whitley, and Alan Jackson. Church was his first experience of public performance which led to various music venues, theatres, and recording sessions. Singing and playing guitar was his first love of music. Michael has always had a passion for writing and for the past few years that has been a main focal point. Fain has said "one of the most satisfying things in life is being able to make folks feel what you feel through a song, especially if it has a positive healing feeling." His latest release has him sharing the studio with award winners and friends Sammy Shelor, Redd Volkaert, Jeanette Williams, and Johnny Williams.