Gospel bluegrass band The King James Boys have signed with Pinecastle Records for an upcoming album to be released in 2018. The group began riding the circuit over 20 years ago and have recently had two songs on the Singing News Bluegrass Gospel Chart.
Legendary bluegrass gospel artist Paul Williams said, “I believe The King James Boys are the real thing, sincere, dedicated and committed to praising God through song and testimony, so… get ready for it, inspiration is on it’s way from the first song until the last!”
Many radio DJs are already well acquainted with the band. WMMT Radio DJ Big Al Weekley said, “I was able to see the Boys perform live the first time at SPBGMA in Nashville last year where I was pleasantly surprised to hear that they sound just as good in person as they do on their recording. That’s a rare achievement in any genre, especially bluegrass. I look forward to their next project with Pinecastle Records.”
The King James Boys recently stopped by Pinecastle Record’s headquarters to meet with Ethan Burkhardt and recorded an a-cappella performance video in the lobby.
Two founding members Randy Spencer (guitar, vocals) and Jeff Dover (vocals) are still with the band all these years later. Spencer’s son, Cole (bass, vocals), joined as soon as he was able to hold an instrument. Curtis Lewis (Banjo, vocals) and Milom Williams (mandolin, vocals) are more recent additions to the group and contribute greatly to the band’s sound. They already tour extensively and with this record deal they look to get the attention of eyes and ears on another level.
Booking and Publicity:
Wilson Pickins Promotions