Eddie Middleton Presents Concert And Testimony Sunday At Rechoboth Baptist

Tuesday, July 15, 2014
Eddie Middleton, formerly of "NewSong" will be presenting his testimony and singing during the morning worship service with a concert during the evening service this Sunday at  Rechoboth Baptist Church, 12622 Dayton Pike, Soddy Daisy.
 
Mr. Middleton, one of the most unique, soulful voices in contemporary Christian music recently began his solo career. For 13 years, he was a member of the contemporary Christian group NewSong.
Eddie and NewSong recorded seven albums, their latest All Around the World," produced four No. 1 and two top five singles. NewSong was nominated for the 1993 Dove Award Group of the Year."
 
He recorded with CBS/Epic Records; and, in 1978, he was voted #1 New Male Voice in Record World and #5 New Male Voice in Cashbox.

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