Rambo McGuire released a new single to radio this week, Trouble Has a Way (of Teachin' Us to Love).
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June 30, 2016 (Nashville, TN)… StowTown Records is very excited to announce the addition of longtime fan-favorite family group, Rambo McGuire, to its ever-increasing group of popular gospel artists.
Rambo McGuire's publishing company, Songs Of Rambo McGuire, has recently partnered with Musicnotes.com to offer digital sheet music to church musicians, professional musicians, music educators, casual pianists and music students. We are excited that songs penned by Reba Rambo-McGuire, Dony McGuire and Dottie Rambo such as Sow Mercy, For What Earthly Reason, Ready For Battle, The Perfect Rose and many more are now available in downloadable form through the world's largest e-commerce sheet music retailer and publisher.
“Mouths wide open—chirping hungry
Waiting for word worms, wisdom water
Crowded nest—all longing for stronger wings”
~ Reba Rambo-McGuire
Each June for the past five years, I have witnessed a miracle…
I watch them each take a deep breath and open the door: big-eyed, excited, books clenched tight. It’s a long trip from almost any town to Alexandria, Indiana. It’s just not on the well traveled road to anywhere; you go there on purpose. Perhaps the longest part of the journey is from insecurity cave to preparation mountain: daring to trust the Voice and ordered steps of Spirit’s wooing. Why? Maybe because the overwhelming hunger for knowledge is finally greater than the nagging fear of rejection.
Musical giant Andraé Crouch passed away on January 8, 2015, after suffering complications following a heart attack five days earlier. He died surrounded by family at Northridge Hospital Medical Center in the Los Angeles area. Andraé was 72 years old.
Rambo McGuire along with many other Southern Gospel Music's best and brightest gathered on April 21st at Trinity Broadcasting Network's famed Trinity Music City in Nashville as TBN and singer-songwriter Michael English hosted the Southern Gospel Music Guild's 2015 Harmony Honors.