What group has held musical court at Country Music queen Dolly Parton’s theme park in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee since 1986?

The Kingdom Heirs, that’s who.

Their exquisite harmonies are as flawlessly delivered and classic as The Lettermen, as unique and visionary as the Beach Boys. The Kingdom Heirs’ onstage demeanor and down-home manner appeals and attracts people, much as the Oak Ridge Boys do and the famous Statler Brothers once did.

  • I’m Not Worried About Forever. An uptempo song about Heaven, co-written by Dianne Wilkinson and Jerry Salley, kicks the project off into high gear.
  • Tell Me Why. A straight-ahead kickin’ quartet song – the project’s first radio single.
  • I’m a Brand New Man. Jeff Chapman tells the story of Zaccheus with a voice as low as Zaccheus was short . . . bass-led beauty based on Zaccheus and the change Jesus made in the man.
  • If You Give the Devil an Inch. Ageless truth wrapped in a big-band satchel.
  • Heaven Is My Goal. A new convention song featuring new tenor Jerry Martin.
  • It’s Real. A toe-tapping convention-style song penned by Squire Parsons
  • When Heaven’s Gates Swing Open Wide. Start flipping through your red-backed hymnal . . . on what page was this one, again? Well, actually, it’s not there. But Jerry Martin’s deft touch gives this brand-new convention song an authentically classic feel.
  • I’m Gonna Hit the Ground Running. A song so inspiring that it wouldn’t be hard to imagine it playing at the Pearly Gates.
  • No Bones About It. A song about the resurrection, co-written by drummer Dennis Murphy.
  • Where’s John. Haunting, left-behind theme that provides serious truth and provokes serious thought. Written from the viewpoint of someone who got left behind after the Rapture.
  • Just Preach Jesus. The old preacher puts it straight up in this straight-ahead number that will remind you why you like quartet music in the first place.
  • We Will Stand Our Ground. This power ballad challenges Christians to stand for Gospel truth.