• Was Nots video from The King James Boys

    Pinecastle Records has released a music video for their first single from their new album from South Carolina's King James Boys. A fun song written by Gene Owens counting off all the "nots" we encounter in this world, it's a play

  • Was Nots drops from King James Boys

    Pinecastle Records has released a single from one of their more recent signees, The King James Boys from Cowpens, South Carolina. The Boys perform a hybrid style, blending Southern Gospel harmony with contemporary bluegrass instrumentation. Their first Pinecastle project, Time To

  • King James Boys to Pinecastle

    Pinecastle Records has announced the signing of The King James Boys to the label. The bluegrass Gospel group from South Carolina will have a new record with Pinecastle in 2018. The Boys are Randy Spencer on guitar, Curtis Lewis on banjo,

  • Long Enough drops from King James Boys

    Family Music Group has released a single from their latest album for South Carolina's The King James Boys, The Little End of Something Big. The single is a spirited Gospel number called Long Enough. The Boys are Randy Spencer on guitar, Cole Spencer on bass,

  • BSU Grass at North Greenville University

    BSU Grass, a campus bluegrass band sponsored by the Baptist Student Union at North Greenville University in South Carolina, is planning a concert for April 29 to officially release their second album, Just Any Moment. While they receive no class credit for

  • 20 year compilation CD from King James Boys

    The King James 1611 Boys have released a 20th anniversary compilation CD, containing selections from the South Carolina Gospel group's eight albums over the past two decades. Entitled 20th Anniversary Edition, the record features 20 tracks, mostly original compositions from within

  • Do What God Said Do

    The King James 1611 Boys, a gospel bluegrass band from the upstate of SC, have just released a new CD, Do What God Said Do. Recorded at Crossroads Studio, the new album includes 12 tracks, including two new band originals. A