Nashville, TN (February 4th, 2022)
The Siler Family’s debut project on Penn Street Records, entitled There’s Always Hope, is available now.
There’s Always Hope is filled with uplifting, inspiring lyrics and fun, happy music. This project will be a bright spot in the day, and a reminder that Jesus is hope and joy. Produced by Scotty Inman, the seven song EP features music from the pens of Kenna Turner West, Joseph Habedank, Dianne Wilkinson, Lee Black and many more.
The first radio single, ‘Jesus Can,’ is playing at Southern Gospel radio now.
Based out of Virginia, Toby and Christi Siler have enjoyed a long history of singing within Southern Gospel music. Once their twins, Jarrod & Jewel, began to demonstrate a love and talent for the music themselves, the family set out to fulfill the Lord’s calling on their lives together. The family group were the winners of the Pursuit 2020 online talent contest, and have been featured on numerous Gospel music events across the country.
There’s Always Hope is available for purchase on all digital & streaming platforms, as well as mainstreetme.com
To stay up-to-date on current happenings, follow The Siler Family on social media, or visit thesilerfamily.com.
Nashville, TN (August 4th, 2020)
In a live event held on Facebook, Pursuit announced the winner of this year’s talent search. After multiple rounds of submissions and voting, The Siler Family brought home the top prize in the competition.
Based out of Virginia, Toby and Christi have enjoyed long history within Gospel music before adding their gifted twins, Jewel and Jarrod to form a family group. The family won over fans with their performances of “I Choose To Be A Christian” (made popular by The Erwins), as well as an original entitled “The Comeback,” penned by Joseph Habedank, Jason Cox and Kenna Turner West.
As the winner of the competition, The Siler Family will receive a 6 song EP, courtesy of Main Street Music & Entertainment, as well as a marketing and radio package to promote its release. Singing News has also provided the group with a performance on their Harvest Festival stage at Dollywood, in addition to social media interviews and a performance at the Singing News Café.
Rounding out the top 5 finalists for this year’s talent search were The Crutchfield Family, Shannon Tantlinger, Elizabeth Clary and Miriam Schell.
“We were impressed by the vast amount of talent we saw with the video submissions, and any one of the finalists could have won the entire competition,” shares Q Phillips of Main Street Music & Entertainment. “Each group was very unique and brought something different to the table. I believe we will be hearing more from each of these groups, and they have very bright futures ahead!”
With the current restrictions due to COVID-19, the originally planned week-long intensive and talent competition was forced to improvise and change to an online format. Participants submitted music videos for consideration, upon which fans were encouraged to cast their vote. After advancing to the Top 5, the finalists benefited from critiques and advice from the guest panel of artist and industry judges to further advance their music.