Crosby Lane Releases "Story & Song"
Tuesday, January 13th, 2015
Crosby Lane Signs with Mansion Entertainmnet
CROSBY LANENashville-based acoustic, vocal group
- Named for hymn-writer Fanny Crosby
- Hymn Classics presented in a fresh way
- Acoustic guitars, mandolin, layered vocals
- The Stories behind the songs and writers
- "Inspiring", "Informative", "Entertaining"
"The music and ministry of Crosby Lane is unique and heartfelt! Their love and respect for the church and hymnody is extraordinarily rare and refreshing. These folks have a deep sense of commitment to the theology we sing, as well as enriching stories behind the enduring hymns that have been anchors of faith for untold generations. Their musical approach is endearing, warm, and infectious - a refreshing retreat from mainstream worship stylings."
- Craig Adams, LifeWay Worship Resources, Nashville TN
What People Are SayingOne pastor in Alabama commented, "We've had a lot of groups here, but none have brought with them a more sweet and humble spirit..."
"Just wanted to (tell you), it's been a month since you (were here in concert) at Kolas in Highland, Indiana...(but) today at our Bible study...people were still talking about your concert, the wonderful vocals, original songs, old hymn sing-alongs, instruments, and the sweet spirit you brought with you. We hope to have you back soon!" - Howie Schug, Gospel music promoter in the Chicago area
"New music is good, but blending theologically-rich hymns with new arrangements is even better! Crosby Lane is a great blend of old and new. Our congregation loved the old hymns set to fresh acoustic arrangements!" - Jamie Keil, Worship Pastor, Tharptown Baptist Church, Russellville AL
Another recent concert-attendee stated, "Your music and love for Christ really made me (consider where I am in my walk)."
"Everyone really enjoyed (your) concert...it was more than a performance...it was a worship experience!" - Jerry Keel, Minister of Music at Grant's Creek Baptist Church, Fosters AL
"GREAT Sunday! Everyone loved (Crosby Lane). I wanted (them) to keep singing!" - Amy from First United Methodist Church in Amite, LA