The Coffmans sing at Sand Spring Baptist Church’s New Year’s Eve celebration.
The Coffmans navigate uncertainty of pandemic with zest for new territory in upcoming album project
By John Herndon, KentuckySings.com
DANVILLE, Ky. — If you see Tamra Coffman imitating a NASCAR driver this summer, it’s safe to assume she’s listening to some cuts from her upcoming gospel album.
“I told them I want music that makes me want to drive fast,” she says with a laugh. “If it makes me want to drive fast, I know it’s good stuff!”
Tamra, her husband, Louis, and their daughter, Canaan, recorded the vocals to The Coffmans’ newest project recently. And Tamra says the yet-to-be-named CD passes her speedometer test. “This music makes you want to drive fast,” she laughed, “so if you have a lead foot, you are going to have to turn it down.” Continue reading “Pedal down, volume up!”→
The Coffmans will be hosting Coffmania on Oct. 26 at Danville Church of God. From left are Tamra, Louis and Canaan Coffman. (Photo furnished)
Family groups highlight annual homecoming
By John Herndon, Kentucky Sings.com
As he was pulling things together for the third annual Coffmania celebration, Louis Coffman noticed something was happening as he was lining up singers for what is his group’s homecoming celebration.
“Every one of the groups is a father, mother, and a daughter,” Coffman smiled as we talked at the National Quartet Convention. “I don’t know if it was by design or coincidence. We have The Bakers, The Shireys, The Hinsons and, of course, the Coffmans will be there.”