Enter To Win: Friday Fun Giveaway

mullins1991againsttheoddsmaxHappy Friday everyone!  You know what that means; it is time to give away some more classic Southern Gospel music.

Today, you have a chance to win the Mullins 1991 recording, Against The Odds.  The personnel on this particular recording included Roger Mullins, Buddy Mullins, Paul Lancaster, Wesley Willett and Mark Willett.

The group was awarded horizon group (Singing News fan awards) of the year in 1992 and had a good five-year run in Southern Gospel music during this time period.  Remember all CDs given away are used, from my personal collection (I have been the only owner).

Song list on Against The Odds:  (1) “Against The Odds”  (2) “Church For A Change”  (3) “We Have An Invitation”  (4) “I Can’t Wait To Get To Heaven”  (5) “At The First”  (6) “New Man”  (7) “He Makes No Mistakes”  (8) “My Savior First Of All”  (9) “Jesus Is My Best Friend”  (10) “Find Time”.

In a little six degrees of separation game, the first person to correctly identify the five artists in the song montage will win the Mullins CD.  The first person to email me (swea215@yahoo.com) the correct answer to the following question wins.  The personnel with the Mullins at this time all sang/performed with another group at one time in their careers.  Identify the five artists in the music montage that included one of the above listed members of the Mullins.


I want to congratulate Levi for winning the Mullins CD.  He was the closest to getting all answers correct.  Here were the answers.

  1. Gaither Vocal Band (“I Shall Wear A Crown”) – Buddy Mullins
  2. Kingsboys (“No Other Name”) – Wesley Willett
  3. Perrys (“I’m Gonna Overcome”) – Mark Willett
  4. Palmetto State Quartet (“There’s No Place Too Far From Grace”) – Paul Lancaster
  5. Everyday Driven (“Don’t Let Me Miss The Glory”) – Buddy Mullins/Paul Lancaster

One thought on “Enter To Win: Friday Fun Giveaway

  1. I usually don’t know all the groups in your montage, but I know this one. But I have the CD (the Canaan reissued one anyway) and the cassette version of the cover you posted. This is a GREAT recording. I remember being enamored with it in 92. If they had stuck with this sound, they should still be around as a top group today. They were so good, they kept evolving musically and changing and therefore not growing their fanbase.

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