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PREMIERE: The King James Boys Unveil New Video For “Was Nots”

Today we are pleased to have the exclusive premiere of the video for “Was Nots” from The King James Boys. The upbeat track serves as the lead single from the new album, Time To Go Home, which was released last Friday. To date, the song has already generated a large amount of interest and buzz in Bluegrass and Americana circles, hitting No. 2 on Bluegrass radio while also serving as an inspirational anthem for Gospel fans as well. The video was filmed on-location at the group’s hometown church in Cowpens, SC.

The King James Boys have recently evolved from a band who solely played shows at churches, to a national touring band. In addition to playing festivals and venues throughout North America, they have also opened shows for Bluegrass, Country and Gospel staples like T. Graham Brown, Doyle Lawson and Quicksilver, IIIrd Tyme Out, The McKameys, the Lewis Family and several others. The unique style combines their love of multiple music genres to form a diverse one-of-a-kind sound.

With the brand new album, Time To Go Home, the band recorded 11 new songs, all inspired by their time performing and minstering. Since forming in 1994, the band typically plays around 90-100 dates per year. The critically-acclaimed group says, “We hope and pray that this CD brings as much joy and encouragement to the listener as it has for us.”

Check out “Was Nots” from their new album Time To Go Home.

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