Still Standing – Gospel Ploughboys

by | 17 Oct, 2022

Gospel Ploughboys

Morning Glory Music has announced the heartwarming new album, Still Standing, by The Gospel Plowboys.

The Gospel Plowboys includes the talents of Michael Jenkins on guitar and vocals, David Brown on upright bass and vocals, Andrew Brown on mandolin and vocals; Kris Miller on vocals; Alec McCallister on fiddle, and Peden Williams on banjo.

We’re very excited to release our new album Still Standing on Morning Glory Music. This album contains eight new original songs, and as always, we threw in a few of the old red back hymns in Plowboys Fashion. A special moment for us is including a song written by our band’s founder David Murph who passed away in 2017. We’ve weathered many storms through the years, but nothing has changed. We’re Still Standing on the hope and the promises of The Lord Jesus Christ. – Michael Jenkins.

Gospel Ploughboys Still StandingThe Gospel Plowboys’ recent singles, Don’t You Want To Go and Dallas, have been warmly welcomed by radio programmers and listeners. The band climbed to #6 on the Singing News Magazine’s Gospel Chart in August and appeared on Bluegrass Today’s Gospel Song Chart for numerous weeks. Other tracks on the album include Someone Like Me, What Would You Do For Jesus Now, Why Not Now, Just A Little Talk with Jesus, Let the Lord Fight Your Battles, Poor Rich Man, Still Standing, I’ll Fly Away, and Free.

Bluegrass and gospel music fans will undoubtedly enjoy this album by The Gospel Plowboys as they did with the band’s previous releases like their Billboard Top Bluegrass Album, Welcome Home.

For more information on the band, please visit their website.

About The Gospel Ploughboys:

The Gospel Plowboys is a bluegrass gospel group that is dedicated to spreading the good news of Jesus Christ and His saving grace. It is by His shed blood that we are saved. We dress in denim bib overalls, white shirts and red ties. These are the colors of Old Glory of course, but it goes further than that. It is in tribute to the 30’s that we do this. Bluegrass style music was just becoming popular. Our great country had terrible problems, much as it has now! Our country prospered and grew back then. The difference from then and now is that we loved God then, and were willing to put Him first. That just is not the case now. We must get back to loving God and putting Him first. The group has standards that each member must adhere to. They must be born again Christians. This is first and foremost. They have to know who and what they are singing about. They must attend church, and maintain a neat appearance. Though we strive hard to have great musicianship as well as great three and four part harmonies, it all really comes down to this – good Christian first, good musician second. It is our prayer that we can position ourselves where God can use us to touch others. We desire your prayers as we try our best to fulfill our motto: “Plowing the ground, planting the seed….that Christ died for you – The Gospel Ploughboys.