Daywind Instrumental Announces Addition of Jeff Stice

Hendersonville, TN (October 6th, 2016) – Daywind Instrumental, a division of Daywind Music, is proud to announce the addition of Jeff Stice to its roster of accomplished musicians. Since the age of six, Jeff Stice has had a passion for the piano, one that quickly turned into a passion for Gospel Music.  By fifteen, Jeff…

Seasons

 “To every thing there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven.”  Ecclesiastes 3:1 A few weeks ago I sat in the bleachers at a Gospel Sing and watched a season come to pass.  The only problem was…I didn’t want it to end.  As I looked down on what would be…

May – Make a Difference!

The theme for May can be wrapped up in one word – grow! We all know the saying, “April showers bring May flowers.” Well, rain (water source) helps flowers to grow, and life can sure pour down some thundershowers on our lives. Maybe its doing so now in yours, so why don’t we use that…

Triumphant Tackles A Tough Crowd

When you know of a great place to go hear Southern Gospel Music, you go back again and again.  Well, the evening I’m about to tell you of was our third time (this year) to be at the Meramec Theater in Steeleville, Missouri.  And we had a good reason to be there! – Triumphant Quartet!!! …

GIVE-A-WAY: A “Group” Solo Project

Howdy ya’ll!  I just came back from the Great Smokies Praisefest in Sevierville, Tennessee – that’s why this post is a little late in coming!  We had a great time over there with Greater Vision and all the groups they brought in.  It was a wonderful event!  But now, you’re probably wanting to see what…

NQC – Every Other Duet

Ever since NQC announced on Twitter that they were bringing the Parade Of Pianos showcase back to Convention, I’ve been looking forward to seeing my hero’s grace the stage and watch them blend beautiful melodies on the ivory keys.  So, when Saturday afternoon finally came, you could guess where I was…Freedom Hall! As I found…

CD Review: Me and a Piano – Jeff Stice

If you have ever seen Triumphant Quartet in concert, been to a piano showcase at NQC (National Quartet Convention) or another venue that features SGM pianists, you’ve heard Jeff Stice tare the keys up a time or two.  Sometimes he’ll play a exciting rendition of “Joshua Fit’ The Battle Of Jericho,” and at other times…

2 Groups, 1 Night, 0 Reservations

You know that feeling you get when you just know that you’re missing something good and have no power to change it?  Well, I had that feeling driving up I-57 when the clock struck 7 P.M. – instead of sitting in the Marion Civic Center watching Triumphant Quartet and the Nelons, I was sitting in…

CD Review: Songs From the Heart – Triumphant Quartet

Songs From The Heart was released by Triumphant Quartet in 2011 and is described by pianist Jeff Stice as one of their, “silly ideas.”  What he means by that statement is that this project is special in it’s origin because each member of Triumphant Quartet wrote two songs on the recording!  To me, this idea…