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David and Cary Smith
David Smith is known throughout America as "Mr. Gospel Guitar." He was a teenager when he began his dynamic career as a guitarist for The Oak Ridge Boys. David's God-given talent was recognized at that young age when he was nominated for a Dove Award for "Instrumentalist Of The Year" by the Gospel Music Association. David and his wife, Cary, have ministered in over twenty seven countries, having performed on all the major television programs in the United States. He was a regular guest on the Grand Ole Opry's "Grand Ole Gospel Time" program for 16 years. David and Cary have recorded numerous CDs, and their music receives a lot of radio airplay.
Glenn Tubb
Singer/songwriter, Glenn Tubb had his first song recorded in 1962 by his uncle, Grand Ole Orpy recording artist, Ernest Tubb. Since that time, he has had over 200 songs recorded by artists in all genres of music, such as Dwight Yoakam, Anne Murray, Charley Pride, Joe Tex, Bob Dylan, The Kentucky Headhunters, and others. One of his songs, “Skip A Rope,” earned a grammy nomination in 1968. He also penned one of Johnny Cash’s early hits “Home Of The Blues” and a duet hit for George Jones and Tammy Wynette titled “Two Story House.” Glenn was one of the founding members of the Nashville Songwriters Association. Currently he is writing musical plays, screen plays and novels. He is also a movie actor and has finished a supporting role in the action comedy “Sparkle And Tooter” that will be released in the Summer of 2008. He also had a feature role in an episode of “The Jamm Family” for Lifeway Christian. These films are used by the Baptist churches as teaching aids in their Sunday school classes.
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