Wanda Moutain Boys Release "Christ Is the One"

The Wanda Mountain Boys have just released their latest CD project, "Christ Is the One".  This new recording is the first to feature the group's newest addition, baritone singer, Ron Mitchell.  The project contains 10 new songs from the St. Louis area based trio. 

Each of the group's members contributed songs to the project.  Ron is featured on his song, "What A Day of Glory".  Rick and Gary co wrote the song "Strike Up the Band" and Gary is featured on the lead.  "You Don't Need the Troubled Waters Anymore" features and was written by Rick Brown. 

You will be blessed by the songs on this project.  Bill Schell has written a powerful song, performed by WMB, "I'll Pray for You".  The Daryl Williams and Jerry Salley song,  "Empty Benches", will take you back to days gone by, especially if you grew up in a rural church.   

Visit the Wanda Mountain Boys website at www.wandamountainboys.com to order your copy today.  

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  • Harold Wiggs-KGMA

    Harold Wiggs-KGMA Houston, MO

    Definitely will add this album to the playlist of KGMA. This is EXACTLY what our listening audience loves to hear. Just received the CD today and already have it loaded for broadcast. You may hear our station in your city, or anywhere in the world @ www.kgmalive.com I'm delighted to promote The Wanda Mountain Boys & if you have other projects available I would appreciate you sending them to us. I also would urge other radio station PD's to take the time to listen to these men & I think you'll agree, they will be an asset to your programming. Thank you again & may God bless The Wanda Mountain Boys!

    Definitely will add this album to the playlist of KGMA. This is EXACTLY what our listening audience loves to hear.

    Just received the CD today and already have it loaded for broadcast.

    You may hear our station in your city, or anywhere in the world @ www.kgmalive.com

    I'm delighted to promote The Wanda Mountain Boys & if you have other projects available I would appreciate you sending them to us.

    I also would urge other radio station PD's to take the time to listen to these men & I think you'll agree, they will be an asset to your programming.

    Thank you again & may God bless The Wanda Mountain Boys!

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