" I believe the King James Boys are the real thing, sincere, dedicated, and committed to praising God through song and testimony. So...get ready for it, INSPIRATION is on its way from the first song until the last..." - Paul Williams, IBMA Hall of Fame Member
The King James Boys are pleased to announce that their latest studio project, Living On A Promise, will release March 2020. Their single, More Than Enough, from the project reached #4 on the Bluegrass Today Weekly Gospel chart and #14 in Top 30 Bluegrass Gospel Songs for Year 2019.
The King James Boys are excited to see what is in store for the upcoming year!
The 2018 album, Time to go Home, brought tremendous success for The King James Boys. "Was Nots" was the first single sent out to radio, it stayed on the Bluegrass Today Gospel Charts for 13 weeks! "The Master's Standing By" reached the #1 position on the Bluegrass Today Gospel Charts in February 2019. Most recently, "Superwater" claimed the #1 position for the month of March 2019 on The Singing News Bluegrass Gospel Chart. "Superwater",also, reached #1 for the month of February 2019 on the SGN Scoops Bluegrass Gospel Charts!
The King James Boys are an all gospel, bluegrass band that blends southern gospel style harmonies with traditional bluegrass music. Founded in 1994, The King James Boys started as a church band with no intention on traveling, but now, they are performing and ministering 65-70 dates per year. The King James Boys are apart of Morning Glory Music, subsidiary of Mountain Fever Records.
Performed at Ernest Tubb's Midnite Jamboree in Nashville, TN
Multiple appearances at Dollywood's Bluegrass and Barbeque Festival and Harvest Fest
Performed on PBS' Song of the Mountains television program
Nominated for "Bluegrass Gospel Group of the Year" at SPBGMA 2018
Nominated for "Emerging Artist of the Year" at Front Porch Fellowship Awards 2014
"Let me start off by saying I am generally a fan of all good music from any genre. That said, there are certain genres that are normally not my normal, favorite “go-to” styles of music. I would put country, bluegrass and southern gospel music in that category. But then I heard these guys!"
- Ross Cluver, CCM Magazine