Gospel Music Roundup ~ Crawford & Company

Crawford and Company, aka Canaan BoundThe Roots of Gospel Music Roundup are all about supporting independent Southern Gospel Music Artists and Quartets with promotion and exposure to the masses.  We do this, because the music blesses the listener.

We don’t charge people for this ministry, we consider ourselves a Barnabas-Ministry, coming alongside those who are out there doing the work of the Gospel and hoping to demonstrate a level of appreciation for what they do, and to show their work to the World.

In Carthage, Missouri, there is one such group that has been putting the Word of the Lord out in song and in deed for decades, now;  That group is called Crawford & Company.

To locals, and to many churches this group has appeared in over the years, they will forever be known as Canaan Bound.  But a couple years ago they set their sites on a new horizon that was looming, and the new name was chosen to reflect the namesake of the Group, providing identity.

Crawford & Co shares the Gospel in Song while traveling the country singing their original Southern Gospel songs. The lively songs and melodies are written by Gary Crawford, founder, and he has been an essential part of keeping the group together through the 25 years of ministry.  Gary started writing in 1982 and God has inspired a hundred plus songs since that time.

Gary Crawford sings lead, Justin Crawford sings tenor, and their newest member Josh sings baritone.  Locals can catch “Crawford and Company” virtually every first friday of each month at:

Fairview Christian Church | 2320 S. Grand Ave, Carthage, MO 64836

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