OLDEST EXISTING BLACK GOSPEL RECORDING LABEL
CELEBRATES 40TH ANNIVERSARY
WITH ANTHOLOGY ALBUM AND BIG CONCERT
Indianapolis, IN: Tyscot Records, the USA’s oldest-existing black gospel recording label, is celebrating its 40th anniversary in a big way. On Friday, September 23rd some of the label’s biggest current artists such as the Grammy® Award nominated group Anthony Brown & group therAPy, legendary trio The Rance Allen Group, label founder and artist Dr. Leonard S. Scott and rising star Ruth La’Ontra will come together for a big anniversary “Gospel Music Explosion” concert at the Pike Performing Arts Center (6701 Zionsville Road in Indianapolis, IN @7:00 PM) in the label’s hometown. Visit www.joyfulsoundproductions.com for more details.
Anthony Brown & group therAPy is the hottest act in gospel music right now. The Stellar Gospel Music Award winning group is known for songs such as “Testimony,” the No. 1 smash “Worth” and its current Top Ten radio single “Bless The Lord.” The Rance Allen Group has been recording for over four decades with gems such as “Something About The Name Jesus” and their new hit “All Day Long” to their credit. Dr. Leonard Scott has 13 albums under his belt and is known for dynamic worship songs such as “Pentecostal Praise Medley” and “My Body Belongs To God.” Ruth La’Ontra is primed to be the label’s next success story as Anthony Brown has produced her highly anticipated sophomore set that is tentatively scheduled for release in 2017.
Tyscot is also celebrating its four decades of musical ministry with a fifteen-track anthology album of some of its greatest musical moments, “Feel Good! 40 Years of Life Changing Music” (http://smarturl.it/FeelGood40). The set features an early production by Indiana native Babyface before he became a household name and a teenage Kirk Franklin conducting “Holy One” by Trinity Temple Full Gospel Mass Choir. It’s rounded out with classics by Vashawn Mitchell, Rodnie Bryant, The Rance Allen Group, Deitrick Haddon, Bishop Larry Trotter as well as the new radio hit “Feel Good” by Dr. Leonard Scott.