We all face hardships and tragedies, but it's our hope in Christ that allows us to Keep Movin' Along. This timeless truth is one that The Perrys know very well as they have recorded their first album without the strength and presence of beloved bass singer Tracy Stuffle.
Despite this change, Keep Movin' Along (releases Oct. 25) has everything we've come to expect from The Perrys: big ballads, convention songs, crowd pleasers and the Gospel message. Get out your hankie for the title song, which is a convention-style song from the Stamps-Baxter songbook. Written by William Combs in 1945, "Keep Movin' Along" was one of the songs that brought Southern Gospel Music to the forefront as a genre.
The first single for radio is "It Never Gets Old," co-written by Rodney Griffin (Greater Vision) and Scott Inman (Triumphant Quartet), this up-tempo song celebrates our salvation: "...I don't know why he gifted me with a newfound grace that would set me free, but I know that the older I get, it never gets old." With themes of trusting God's faithfulness no matter what, and being made new through the Blood of Jesus, fans are sure to love the album Keep Movin' Along.
1. It Never Gets Old
2. Walk Me Through
3. Take You to the Cross
4. That's How You Know
5. Tailor Made
6. Never a Time
7. Keep Moving Along
The Perrys have a rich history spanning nearly five decades, proving to be a faithful force in Southern Gospel music. In keeping with the tradition of presenting quality music, The Perrys consistently perform songs which speak to hearts and changes lives. While their focus is ministry, the quality of their numerous number 1 songs is continuously confirmed by radio airplay. They have been honored by industry peers and fans alike, having received multiple award nominations and wins over the years, including GMA Dove Award® for 2012 Southern Gospel Recorded Song of the Year for "Celebrate Me Home" and multiple Singing News Fan Awards for Mixed Quartet of the Year.
Founding member Libbi Perry Stuffle, whose matchless voice with velvety alto tones has been the nucleus of the group since its inception, has also been individually honored by fans winning the Singing News Fan Award for Favorite Alto of the Year eight times and Favorite Female Vocalist of the Year twice. With appearances on the Gaither Homecoming Series, at Dollywood and Silver Dollar City, in addition to various churches and festivals, The Perrys keep a full touring schedule year after year. Their passion for encouraging others for Christ is going to carry them through many decades to come.