Scott Luton’s Departure

As many of you know, our current lead singer Scott Luton will be leaving the group in the coming weeks.

Scott joined us back in 2020 and has done a fantastic job. Our latest CD “Say Amen” features Scott on many songs. It has been a pleasure singing with him and we are gonna miss him. Scott sang with the group back in 2000. Although we are sad to see him go, Scott wants to give more time to his home church and family so we wish him well. Make sure you come out to our remaining concerts with Scott and wish him well.

Scott has been an important part of auditioning his replacement as well as getting him prepared to take over the position. Thank You Scott!

We will be announcing our new lead singer in the coming days.

Silver Dollar City 2022

LABOR DAY

We are proud to announce that we will be returning to Silver Dollar City in 2022.

We will be performing at the Southern Gospel Picnic September 5, 2022 Dockside Theater. Make plans now to come and spend some time with us. It’s a great time and we look forward to seeing you there.

James River Christmas

We had a wonderful time performing in the James River Christmas production this past weekend. Several people walked the isles and came to know the Lord. WOW!

We would like to thank the staff, cast and crew for making us feel part of the church.

You should plan on making this a part of your Christmas tradition!

Congratulations!

Congratulations to Zach & Keyra Bourgault on the birth of their baby boy Kallan Zane Bourgault. Kallan was born Thursday Jan 9, 2020 and weighed 6lbs 14oz. Mom and baby are doing great and Dad is as proud as he can be.

Newest Member

Scott Luton joins The Missourians

We are proud to announce the search for a new lead singer has ended and God provided us with a great choice. Scott Luton who sang with The Missourians back in the late 90’s will be taking on the position.

After several months of searching and auditioning several great candidates God led Scott to us at our final concert with Zach in November 2019. After the concert Jason and Troy were talking and Scott’s name was brought up because they both saw him at the concert and spoke to him that night. Jason was going to contact Scott and ask him about auditioning for the group but before he could, Jason got a text from Scott saying he was interested in trying out. And as they say the rest is history.

Isn’t it funny how God works when we least expect it?

We are excited about the coming year with Scott and what God has in store. We hope you can come out and meet Scott at a concert near you.

Silver Dollar City 2020

We are proud to announce that we will be returning to Silver Dollar City in 2020.

We will be kicking off the Southern Gospel Picnic August 27, 2020 at the Dockside Theater. Make plans now to come and spend some time with us. It’s a great time and we look forward to seeing you there.

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