Jared Stuffle to Sing Bass for The Perrys

imageJanuary 20, 2014 – (Hendersonville, TN) Award-winning, Gospel group, The Perrys announced today that Jared Stuffle, known to everyone as JK, will be singing Bass until Tracy returns to the road full time.

JK is no stranger to road life. As the son of Libbi and Tracy, he has traveled with the group all of his life and has been the primary operating sound tech on the road.  JK has been singing on stage since earlier this month, filling in as the Bass for his dad.

“I am incredibly thankful for God’s provision over my family and my dad’s health over the last year and am humbled to be able to do my part in his absence,” says JK.  Tracy has been joining the group on stage for a couple songs each night over the last couple months but as he continues to recover, Jared is excited to be filling in those shoes.

“I am very over protective of Tracy and his health and we want to make sure we are doing everything we can to strengthen his recovery,” shares Libbi.  “Sometimes that means having to cut a date and we know that our fans respect that and we thank you from the bottom of our hearts!”

The Perrys joined StowTown Records in late 2013 and are in studios recording their upcoming CD, “Into His Presence.”  “With Tracy’s recovery and physical therapy going so well and us recording our first CD with StowTown, this is sure to be an awesome year,” says Libbi. “Go God Go!”

Visit their facebook page for more “on the road fun”facebook.com/pages/The-Perrys


One thought on “Jared Stuffle to Sing Bass for The Perrys

  1. Saw you at Rutherfordton last night with my best friend Rhoda so good to seeTracy on stage and Jared singing his dad’s part my husband is handicapped and wheelchair bound and hers was also before he died. Life can be hard but God is so good and faithful. Thank you for your great testimony you live what you sing about we will continue to pray for you. Sorry I do not know their names but those other two that sing they are such a blessing and you can tell their love forGod and the Perrys

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