Every Good Path Released By The Chigger Hill Boys & Terri.
Morning Glory Music has released a new album, Every Good Path, from The Chigger Hill Boys & Terri.
In Proverbs 2, God lets Solomon know that if he would study His word, and seek God’s will, that he would have understanding and yea, every good path. God wants to provide us with Every Good Path as we seek to please and serve Him. The predominant running theme throughout this project is a path, a road, a provoking to follow God and let Him lead. May you be inspired to seek His will and be blessed by God’s promise, that following Him will set you on Every Good Path- Terri.
The Chigger Hill Boys & Terri’s ninth studio project includes Terri Argot Gore on lead vocals, Ricky Gore on upright bass, Jim Britton on banjo, and guest artist Andy Leftwich on mandolin, fiddle, and guitar. Also, on resonator guitar and backing vocals Ben Rochester. Special guest Rebecca Rochester Matthews appears on two tracks providing harmony. Travis Alltop guests on lead guitar on I Know The One Who Knows.
The project includes 13 tracks written or cowritten by Terri Argot Gore. Dove award-winning Mike Richards (original group mandolin player) and Terri team up again on two tracks, one of which also includes writer Anthony Cooper.
They were (when I met them many years ago) and still are the real deal.” – Roger Boone, Host of It’s Gospel Time
Every Good Path was engineered by Greg Cole, Mixed and Mastered by Aaron Ramsey, with Mark Hodges as Executive Producer.
Previously released singles from Every Good Path include I Know the One Who Knows, featuring Travis Alltop, Nothing Quite as Amazing as Grace, and My Path Was Paved by the Blood of the Lamb.
Preview and Download Every Good Path here.
Every Good PathTrack List:
|1. A Little Farther
2. Back to the Book
3. I Am That I Am
4. I Know the One Who Knows
5. Is God Getting What He Paid For
6. It’s a Mystery to Me
7. Love Supreme
|8. My Path was Paved by the Blood of the Lamb
9. Nothing Quite as Amazing as Grace
10. Rags to Riches Story
11. Resting in His Nail-Pierced Hands
12. The Veil was Rent in Twain
13. This Much is True
About Chigger Hill Boys $ Terri.
Chigger Hill Boys & Terri formed in the late summer of 2001, as a result of a songwriting session with Mike Richards (the group’s original mandolin player) and Terri Argot Gore, at Daywind Recording Studio in Hendersonville, Tennessee. Mike, intrigued by Terri’s natural Appalachia vocal sound, asked if she’d be interested in putting together a Gospel Bluegrass group. Drawing from a vast variety of musical influences, the group developed a rather unique sound and a favorite compliment in their early years, was often heard “I’m not really a bluegrass fan, but I like you guys!” The group name is derived from a location in Burkesville, KY, called Chigger Ridge, where Mike’s family hailed from and where he inherited his love for sweet Jesus mountain music.
The band initially signed a recording contract with Thoroughbred Records, a division of Daywind Music Group, in early 2002. After six studio projects there, the band transitioned to a deal with Great Escape Records in 2019 resulting in the release of a home recorded project, White Christmas In The Blue Ridge Mountains, which included a new single, Songs Like Those (For Days Like These). With the amazing success of that single, a full project, Songs Like Those For Days Like These, was born and yielded three top-ten singles, including the title track, as well as Tell The World That Jesus Saves, and God Is.
In 2021, the band signed a contract with Morning Glory Music, part of the Mountain Fever Music Group. The debut project on the new label is entitled Every Good Path and is slated for release in late September. The project includes charting singles, My Path Was Paved By The Blood Of The Lamb, and Nothing Quite As Amazing Grace, with a third single, I Know The One Who Knows, set for release in August 2023.
The group is blessed by more than two decades and multiple Dove Award Nominations after that initial writing session between Mike and Terri. There have been a few personnel changes through the years, but the message remains the same; The group continues to play and create strictly Gospel Bluegrass music, adamant that God deserves the fruits of any gifts He has provided, and His gifts should be used solely for His glory.