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**Voted 2013 ICM Vocal Group/Band**
Multiple award Winning Christian Family from Knoxville, Tennessee.
Misty Treece: Lead vocal, bargain shopper, loves family time and Church.
Jeff Treece: Plays the keyboard, vocals, songwriter and loves Classic Cars.
Dusty Treece: Plays the drums, vocals, loves the UT Vols and his iPhone. 
 
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6 Award Nominations in the Christian Voice Magazine  


 2014 Christian Voice Gospel Music Fan Awards nominations announced
Jason Crabb leads with nominations in eight categories. In addition to ‘Favorite Male Vocalist’ and ‘Favorite Crossover Artist,’ Crabb’s “Love Is Stronger” CD has been nominated for ‘Favorite Album’ and his hit radio single, What The Blood Is For, is among the top ten for ‘Favorite Song.’
Following closely is Christian Vocal band Sunday Drive with six nominations, including nomination for "Favorite Group", "Favorite Band", "Favorite Crossover Artist", "Female Vocalist (Misty)", Favorite Musicians (Jeff & Dusty). To help Sunday Drive win click here to vote:  
http://www.christianvoicemagazine.com/GMFA10.html

Happy, Happy, Happy Release Date Set 

Crossroads Music has set the release date for Sunday Drive's new CD "Happy, Happy, Happy" for April 15th. "We are super excited about the songs on our new cd and what God has in store for 2014" states Misty Treece.  

Sunday Drive On The Radio  

4/21/13 Sunday Drive on the radio, 95.5 WTVY "Your Country" in Dothan Alabama with the Son Country Rockers, Fred and Freddie Bacher.

 
Fred, Freddie and Jeff                           Doug and Fred

ICM Week 

Sunday Drive spent a week in Nashville taking part in the  Inspirational Country Music week. We had a wonderful time celebrating the 20 year aniversary of the ICM's.
 
With Chonda Pierce & Aaron Wiburn                           With Stella Parton 
 


               With Janie Fricke
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You be Jesus

 A mother was preparing pancakes for her sons, Kevin 5, and Ryan 3. 
The boys began to argue over who would get the first pancake. 
Their mother saw the opportunity for a moral lesson. 
' If Jesus were sitting here, He would say, 
' Let my brother have the first pancake, I can wait. ' 
Kevin turned to his younger brother and said, 
' Ryan , you be Jesus ! '