Arden, North Carolina (May 10, 2019) — The Old Paths and Master’s Voice are sharing beloved songs with a message on their new albums both available today from Sonlite Records.
As they return to touring with a renewed dedication to their ministry, The Old Paths are releasing their Hits album, a collection of the quartet’s top songs, re-recorded with tenor singer Steve Ladd, who joined the group in 2017. Hits brings beloved Old Paths songs back into the spotlight, renewing the far-reaching power of the originals.
The album begins with “Battle Stand,” the first #1 song from The Old Paths’ 2012 album, Right Now. Other tracks include “God’s Great,” “Love Them To Jesus,” and “Long Live The King.”
“We are so excited to release this project and give new life to some of our most popular songs. Most of these songs fans will recognize from our concerts or radio. It will include our #1 songs, some of our most requested songs and some of our favorites,” says Tim Rackley, the Old Paths’ lead singer. “We were so glad that Steve got to record the tenor part on all of these, and then they have also been remixed and mastered at Crossroads. Fans will definitely know these songs, but they will also have a new and fresh spin. We can’t wait for everyone to hear it!”
Listen to The Old Paths’ Hits HERE.
Master’s Voice is once again using their talents to create music with a message on Vintage, a collection of new recordings of well-known Southern Gospel classics and hymns. On this album, Master’s Voice has brought their own style to familiar songs, while still honoring the roots from which they came. It will resonate with listeners of all ages as it shares poignant messages of the gospel.
The album begins with “The Sweetest Song I Know,” an upbeat Southern Gospel classic about “Amazing Grace” and how this hymn provides comfort for those who trust in God’s grace. Other songs include “I Thirst,” and “When God Dips His Love In My Heart,” as well as hymns like “Just As I Am,” “Jesus Paid It All – There Is A Fountain,” “It Is Well” and “In The Garden.”
“It seems as though we are on an endless quest searching for new songs. But sometimes, an old classic fits exactly what the situation calls for,” says Ricky Capps, tenor singer and founder of Master’s Voice. “We were also drawn toward the classical style these songs were originally sung in. It just didn’t ‘feel’ right to venture too far from the retro style.”
Listen to Master’s Voice’s Vintage HERE.