Arden, North Carolina (November 24, 2023) — For the latest release in their Messages to Treasure: A Live Anthology series of streaming-only singles, The Talleys anticipate the arrival of Christmas with a shimmering concert recording of a favorite they first brought to life more than 20 years ago.

Featuring the trio of Lauren, Debra and Roger Talley from start to finish, Glory To God In The Highest”’s restrained, stately backing lets the essence of the Christmas message shine in The Talleys warm, yet impeccable three-part harmonies:

Though I was not with the shepherds,
And had less to bring than wise men,
I too have been changed since I’ve met Him,
I am not what I have been.

Glory to God, Glory to God in the highest,
Peace and good will, Peace and good will be to men.
Emanuel, Emanuel has forgiven my sins,
Glory to God, I am not what I have been.

Says Roger Talley, “Glory To God In The Highest’ was written by Ray Scarbroughduring a trip to Israel. He had his Israeli guide help him translate the chorus into Hebrew and we incorporated it into our version of the beautifully haunting song. Our audiences were always intrigued with the Hebrew chorus and it became a staple of our Christmas concerts.”

Listen to Glory To God In The Highest” (Live) HERE.

About The Talleys
The Talleys began in 1984 and enjoyed many years of success, including a Dove® Award and numerous Singing News Fan Awards. Following a three-year hiatus, the Talleys began performing together in 1996 with the current lineup of Roger, wife Debra and daughter Lauren, and today the Talleys remain a mainstay of Christian music. The Talleys have enjoyed eleven number one songs, and have received numerous Singing News Fan Awards and Dove Award nominations. They are frequently recognized for their appearances on the Gaither Homecoming video series and concert tour, as well as In Touch with Dr. Charles Stanley and John Hagee Ministries. They have appeared on RFD-TV’s “The Music City Show,” and have toured overseas to Norway, Northern Ireland, Italy and South Africa.