- New Cd Is Finally Here!!!!
Our New Cd (Coal Miner's Prayer) is here. Order it now!!!
- Signed With Kindred Records
J.D. Messer & Sanctified signed contract for new cd to be released on KINDRED RECORDS.
- NEW CD COMING SOON!!!
We are in the studio now and will have a new cd available on Kindred Records soon.
- Albon Clevenger
- I have played music most all of my life. When I was a kid, I would act like I was sick so I could go home from school and play my banjo. I have been more known as a fiddle player but I played a little of everything. I have played with alot of different bands in my life, but the one that sticks in my head is 5 For The Gospel. We traveled all around the world playing music for God. I have gotten to go to alot of places that I may have never seen if it were not for the gift that God has given me to play music. I have always had a great passion for bluegrass music, but the biggest passion I have ever had is for my LORD AND SAVIOR JESUS CHRIST. He is the one that has made everything possible for me.
- Kayla Amburgey
- I was raised in Kermit, Wv and now reside in Knott Co, Ky. I have been around bluegrass music all of my life along side of my father. I started at the age of twelve singing bluegrass gospel as a solo act. At the age of 16, I started playing bass and singing in my own bluegrass band. Through the years, I have been blessed to have musical talent and God loving friends to be able with whom I can play. I am very thankful for every opportunity to be able to sing and play to glorify and praise God's name!
- John D. Messer
- I spent most of my childhood listening to my uncles and my dad play bluegrass and gospel bluegrass music. I learned my first chord on the guitar when I was seven years old, but it wasn't really until I was 19 or 20 years old that I really took an interest in wanting to play music. I spent countless hours listening to people like Tony Rice, Third Tyme Out, Doyle Lawson, Adam Steffey, Dan tyminski, Alan Bibey, and some Stanley Brothers and Bill Monroe. I loved the driving sound that bluegrass had and by this time it was in my blood. I have to tell you though, I wasn't very good AT ALL!!!! But, that didn't stop me from spendind 90% of my day trying to improve and praying for God to bless me to get better. In just a short period of time, I was improving fast. After about 10 years you get what you see today. Still not the best in the world, but definately better. I am still trying to improve and still praying for God to bless me to always do better. I want to thank people like my parents, my wife, my sister, my uncles, and all of my family who have supported me. Most importantly, I want to thank my Lord and savior Jesus Christ, who Shed his blood that an awful, sinful peron like me could be saved.
- Brent Amburgey
- My name is Brent Amburgey from knott co kentucky. I'm 32 and been playing banjo since the age of 17. My dad tought me the basics of this music I love so much. God has blessed me beyond belief and I can't thank him enough for everything he has done for me. Gospel music and playing for God gives me great joy and peace in my soul. Without God I am nothing and I give all the glory to him.
- Kenny Stanley
- My dad James B. Stanley was my earliest influence in music. He was able to play a tune on anything with strings, his influences were Flat & Scruggs, Bill Monroe, Reno & Smiley, and the Stanley Brothers. As I started to play music I became a big fan of The Bluegrass Album Band. Their music and style has inspired many in the world of bluegrass.
I have played music as often as I could over the years, but nothing is more rewarding than doing it in service to my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, he has done so much for me. I want to thank him for my salvation, and for the wonderful family that has always supported me as I try to spread the gospel of Jesus Christ every where I go.
- Jerry Sturgell
- My name is Jerry Sturgell, Im 48 years old, and I was born and raised in Kermit West Virginia. I have been married for 25 years, my wife and I have three children and three grand children. My family is very supportive of me. I started playing music when I was 13 years old. My dad was probably my biggest inspiration. He has played music my whole life. I grew up listening to the Stanley Brothers. The first band I played with was the Joint Heirs. From there I played with The Family Heirs, The Overcomers, and Gospel Revue. I play guitar, mandolin, and dobro and sing high lead and tenor. The Lord has truley blessed me, without him, I wouldn't be able to do these works for him. I want to give God all the praise and glory for giving me the opportunity to be able to do all of this for him.