Dixie Echoes Seeking New Bass Singer
Thursday, January 14, 2010
Pensacola, FL - This year marks a milestone in the Dixie Echoes career. We are celebrating our 50th Anniversary in Gospel music. Through the years, many great quartet men have carried a suitcase on the Dixie Echoes bus. It is with a heavy heart that we announce the departure of our bass singer, Pat Barker. Pat joined the Dixie Echoes in September 2007 and has been a vital part of the groups' sound.
Pat shares, "My years with the Dixie Echoes have been some of the greatest years I've known in ministry. I have met some of the most wonderful people on the Planet. No one has shown me more kindness than Randy, Scoot, Stewart, Wesley, and the Gospel Music family as a whole. I am very sad to be leaving, but excited about the new ministry opportunities that await me. My prayer is that God will bless the Dixie Echoes more this coming year than He has in all 50 years combined. I never imagined my time with the Dixie Echoes would have been so short, but I also never imagined almost 3 years ago that I would get back on the road, leave my hometown, and start a new life in Pensacola, Florida. The Lord moves in mysterious ways. I love you all. Continue to lift up the Dixie Echoes in your prayers. And please say a prayer for me and my family as we continue to follow God wherever He leads."
"Members come and go in every group. This was an unexpected change for us, but I know Pat's heart, and if there's one thing that I can tell anyone about him, it is that he lives what he sings about," shares Stewart. "We will miss Pat, his wife Kesha, son Andy, and daughter Breelyn. They have become our extended family, and I wish him the best. Mark Trammell and I have been friends for many years and I know that Pat will be working with a great guy."
We appreciate your prayers for both the Dixie Echoes and Pat Barker. We invite serious parties to send their information to email@example.com
or mail to: Dixie Echoes, 481 Ronda Street, Pensacola, FL 32534.