AUGUST 13, 2022 @ 6 PM
DEBRA PERRY & JAIDYN'S CALL
Debra Perry & Jaidyn's Call was started in 2010 by Christopher & Debra (Perry) Reed. Debra is no stranger to Gospel Music. She was 2 time nominated for Favorite Soprano of the Year according to the Singing News Fans while with her award winning family group, The Perrys! They named their group in honor of their disabled Grandson, Jaidyn, which has a condition called Hydranencephaly and was told if he survived birth, he would probably pass away within the first year. What a miracle the Lord has given and they’re so thankful to let you know that Jaidyn turned an amazing 15 years old on August 27, 2021. All praise goes to God! Jaidyn has no upper portion of his brain and is profoundly disabled. He can't walk, talk, crawl and is blind but has a laughter and smile that is so contagious and will light up any room. Jaidyn’s Call ministry is to sing but to also share the testimony of their journey with little Jaidyn and their daughter Ashley. If you want good singing, a great and powerful testimony, you’ll want to have Debra Perry & Jaidyn’s Call at your next service or event!
Debra Perry & Jaidyn’s Call were the 2012 & 2015 Artist Showcase winners at the National Quartet Convention. They were awarded to sing on main stage in 2012 & 2015 and for the past 3 years have been featured on the one song set, there as well. In 2021 they were also nominated in the Top 10 Category for Favorite Trio of the Year according to the Singing News Fans. The group has had 20 Singing News Top 80 songs with 12 of them reaching the Top 40 and 1 Top 20 song!
Brian Burchfield is from Surgoinsville, TN. He started singing at the age of two with his family, The Caltons (known as The Singing C's) He got saved at the age of nine and started writing songs at the age of twelve. He wascalled to preach in 2002 and is an evangelist also. Brian graduated from Volunteer High School in the top 25 of his class and won the Sam L. Taylor scholarship. He went to college at the Walters State Community College, Draughons Junior College, East Tn x-ray school and The University Of Tennessee. He also graduated valedictorian in his class. In 1998 he wonthe summer youth worker of the year in Hawkins County, TN His first full time group position was in 1991 with The Singing Crisps. In 1994 he started Divine Purpose for ten years and five of those were full time. He used to do bookings in the early1990's for Buck Rambo of the Rambos, The Ruppes, and Mike Bowling's family group, Family Tradition, among countless others. He also booked fill in dates for The Singing Cookes, The Whisnants, Naomi & The Segos and The Melody Trio to name a few. He has promoted numerous concerts with The McKameys. He sang for the Australian rowing team for the Atlanta Olympics. He has also sang on TBN (Trinity Broadcasting Network) He won the listeners choice award for thesong, "The Grave Can't Hold Me." He recently had songs published by Crossroads Music Group and is associated with BMI. He has been a member of The Southern Gospel Music Association, The Gospel Music Association, The Southern Gospel Music Guild and Tennessee Association of Fairs.Brian joined The Melody Trio in October of 2004 after the members of Divine Purpose decided to work in their home church and to be with families. While with The Melody Trio he wrote and sung lead on the number one song " I Know I'm Saved". He records and writes for the Eddie Crook Company , Morning Star Records of Nashville, Tennessee and for BMI of Nashville, Tennessee. he was nominated for the Horizon Award, Song Of The Year, and for Group of the Year with The Melody Trio for the Eddie Awards.He wrote and sung these charting songs: " I Know I'm Saved " , " I Thought You'd Like To Know " , " Lord You're The Only One For Me " , " He's Always There " and " The Knee Route ". This is a full time ministry and ministers to the lost and hurting with words of encouragement for the christian
Born and raised in Whitesburg, Kentucky, in the Appalachian Mountains. Caleb Howard has grown up around music his whole life. His family was always playing music or singing as long as he could remember. As a result he began singing at a young age in church with his dad and uncles. From the start he always had a passion to perform for audiences and touch the hearts of people thru music.
At the age of 18, Caleb began singing and playing in local festivals and talent shows. Over the years he has since sang in many weddings, funerals, music events and traveled in various states singing in churches wherever opportunities arose. During this period of time he met his beautiful wife Erica. They have two children, Brooklyn and Damon who are also beginning to learn to play instruments and sing with they’re dad.
In the year 2013, Caleb recorded his first album, For The Love Of God, in Sevierville, Tennessee. One of the tracks titled “The Prodigal” was released to radio and had reached the Top 50 on two separate Country Gospel and Inspirational charts, in which he is very humbled and thankful for the support given on this project. In May of 2017, “Here I Stand”, another single off the album, was released to radio. It also made the top 50 on a gospel chart as well. Later on in the year, “Famous In Heaven” was released as well. In 2018 “Live Like That” was released to national radio and he is looking forward to that single being a big success.
Caleb has had the opportunity to perform at the Gospel Music Fan Fair in Somerset, Kentucky and Creekside Convention in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. Caleb has also been invited to perform at the National Quartet Convention in September of 2018 in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee
Caleb is very excited about the future and the possibility of pursuing his dream in music going wherever the road may lead. He is entering the studio to work on a second project to have it due out by spring of 2018.
Caleb has been privileged to share the stage with artists such as, The Singing Cookes, The Cooke Brothers, John Lanier, Aaron Wilburn and Kevin Spencer.