The Kingsmen continue their six decade legacy of great quartet music with new songs honoring God's faithfulness and His grace.
They Don't Know (What The Lord Can Do)
Keep The Lions Hungry
God Calls It Grace
Hear The Word Of The Lord
The Evidence I Need
I'll Sail Away Yonder
Cost Of The Cross
Let Go And Hold Fast
Fade To Black
Don't Underestimate God's Grace
Release Date: April 14, 2017.
KINGSMEN - They Don't Know
The Kingsmen return with "They Don't Know," the legendary Gospel quartet's first new album
since their highly acclaimed 2014 release "Battle Cry." This compelling album offers messages
of hope, songs of faith and answers to life's questions through powerful lyrics and arrangements.
In classic Kingsmen style, there is something for every fan. The freshness of the title tune, "They
Don't Know," and the meaningful ballad "The Evidence I Need" prove that the Kingsmen
continue to improve on their award-winning formula. With the vocal abilities of Bob Sellers,
Randy Crawford and the newest member, Joshua Horrell, every song is delivered with
conviction. Of course, you cannot have a Kingsmen album without the low notes provided by
one of the most respected men in the industry, Ray Dean Reese. Ray shines on the traditional
Southern Gospel tunes "I'll Sail Away Home" and "Don't Underestimate God's Grace."
The songs on this album were written by some of Gospel music's best songwriters. These include
Kenna West, Regina Walden, Sandy Knight and Jason Cox, among others. Randy Crawford
wrote a song on this album called "Fade To Black." Randy says, "It's just an affirmation to folks
who don't really know Christ and don't have hope. They think that when this life ends, it's all
over. But it doesn't. It doesn't fade to black. God's got a plan and a purpose for us beyond this
life. It's the greatest promise in His word: He's coming back and He's coming back soon. It
doesn't all just fade to black."
"Cost Of The Cross" by Kristi Fitzwater and Jerald Hill is a song that Bob Sellers says really
touched his heart and is one of his favorites on the album. Bob says, "I like all types of songs, but
I'm a ballad guy when it comes to true Gospel music. I like songs that just really pull at the
heartstrings, and that one does. It talks about how the price that was paid there at the cross was
not free, but it was a price that we didn't have to pay. Our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ paid it.
It's just a great song."
"They Don't Know" is the continuation of a great legacy in Gospel music. Sixty-one years after
the Kingsmen began, there are still new people discovering the group who don't know the
message of Christ. The Kingsmen are making sure that they hear it.