Southern gospel trio releases new album

Special to the Daily News

January 23, 2014

Independent record label Tate Music Group has announced the official release of the Tony Dean Family’s new album titled “Consume Me.”

The Tony Dean Family is a Southern Gospel trio from southeastern Kentucky. Consisting of a father and his two sons, the group has over 32 years of combined experience in the gospel music industry.

Tony, founder of the group, also sings lead and plays keyboard. With 30 plus years served in different aspects of gospel music recording, Tony formed “The Tony Dean Family” in January of 2012. In addition to vocals and his devotion to excellent musicianship, Tony also writes many of the songs the group sings.

Tony James Jr., harmony vocals and percussion, and Jimmy Allen, harmony vocals and electric guitar, complete the group for an unbeatable blend of family harmony. Both are also songwriters in their own right.

After many years working together in the coal mines of eastern Kentucky, the father and son group, made the decision to continue their love for gospel music and went into full time ministry. They now travel nationwide spreading the good news of the gospel in song. The Tony Dean Family easily relates to their listeners while bringing encouragement to all they meet.

The album “Consume Me” completely embodies Tony Dean Family’s sentiments about life and passion for God. Their edgy lyrics are fresh and meaningful, separating them from other artists. Be sure to check them out in upcoming events soon and be a part of their wonderful journey!

Released by Tate Music Group, the album offers 10 tracks and is readily available for purchase nationwide at the iTunes Store, Amazon.com or directly from TateMusicGroup.com.