Greg Day is a gifted songwriter and singer. He started out at an early age singing with his family, The Day Family, who traveled as evangelists and singers. At the age of 18, Greg enlisted in the U.S.Air Force and moved to Ft. Walton Beach, Fla. where he was stationed. At age 23, Greg asked the Lord to use him in whatever way He wanted. The Lord chose to give Greg the gift of song writing. The first song the Lord gave to Greg and his brother Chuck back in 1986 was a song called "The Midnight Cry". From that time until now "The Midnight Cry" has been recorded thousands of times and sung all over the world in many different languages. It was featured in the first "Left Behind" movie. 'Greg is also available for solo dates'.
Stan Shuman has been traveling and singing southern gospel music since 1970 with such groups as Roger Horne Trio, Jerry & the Singing Goffs, Naomi & the Segos, Danny Funderburke and Mercy's Way, and others. He has also been writing gospel music since 1979. His very first song, "Somebody Touched Heaven for Me" was co-written with songwriter Savannah Foust. Since that time he has written over 100 songs and has had his songs recorded by such artists as The Kingsmen, Gold City, Dixie Melody Boys, Danny Funderburke and many others. Stan has appeared at the Ryman, and The Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, Tennessee, and has done television appearances on The 700 Club, PTL, Atlanta Live, Insp Network, and others. Stan makes his home in Cocoa, Florida with his lovely wife, Kitty. He has 2 daughters and 2 sons, 2 granddaughters, and 1 grandson that he holds dear to his heart. Stan has a heart for ministry and believes that if one person comes to know Christ it's worth every mile that you travel. He believes 100% in what and who he sings about, our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. He, along with Greg Day are the co-founders of the group "Midnight Cry." 'Stan is also available for solo dates'.
Jim Rogers starting singing at a young age with his siblings in church where his father pastored. Over the years, he has had the opportunity to sing with several regional and local southern gospel groups such as the Joymakers, the Brothers Quartet, and One Accorde as well as with his family, Kindred Voice. Jim also plays the keyboard, guitar, and banjo. He and his wife Belinda live on a small farm in Nancy, Kentucky. They have two children and two grandchildren. Jim owns Cedarwind Studios, which specializes in gospel and bluegrass music. Singing and playing music has been an important part of his life, and now Jim is glad to be telling the Good News in song as part of "Midnight Cry."