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Swing-Era Dance Orchestra Project - December 22, 2016

The Tuscarora Studio Orchestra is back in the studio trying out microphone placement for drum, string bass, and piano for a new CD of swing-era songs. Cheryl is also try out keys and tempos so that arrangements can then be written.

Cheryl Peach - Pop Hits CD - November 12, 2016

Cheryl Peach is back in the recording studio recording hits songs such as "Rise" by Katy Perry, "Ain't Nothing About You" by Brooks and Dunn, and "When the Lights Go Down" by Faith Hill. This new CD is expected to be release later in 2017.

Cheryl Peach Completes New Christmas CD - December 1, 2014

Cheryl Peach has completed recording a new CD of Christmas favorites. Songs include Mary Did You Know, A Baby Changes Everything, and Breath of Heaven.

To listen to full-length mp3s of these songs, just click on the Free Music tab on the navigation bar on the left side on this website.

Cheryl Peach Completes Video Shoot - April 3, 2012

Cheryl Peach has completed shooting for her upcoming music video for "When Johnny Comes Marching Home". The soundtrack for this music video was recorded in Nashville. Video shoots took place in Nashville and near Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.

Cheryl Peach Studio Sessions - August 31, 2011

Cheryl Peach is currently recording a CD of inspiriational favorites.  This will be her sixth CD.  Studio sessions have been completed in Nashville for songs with steel guitar, fiddle, and other bluegrass instruments.  Songs with this Nashville sound include:  "Jesus Take the Wheel", "Go Rest High on that Mountain", "Whispered Prayers", "Best Hallelujah in the House", "I'm Rich", and "Love is like a River".  All of these songs are well-known to lovers of southern gospel music. 

Cheryl's lead vocals are underway at the Tuscarora Multimedia studio for all of these songs, along with orchestration for some inspirational songs.  These includes:  "You Raise Me Up", "The Prayer", "Angel", "Redeemer", "Shout to the Lord" and "Hallelujah".  Of course, influences for these songs come from artists such as Josh Groban, Sandy Patti, and Susan Boyle.

"After focussing on hosting the many television broadcasts for the Cheryl Peach Gospel Show I'm excited to be back in the recording studio singing", Cheryl comments.

Millions see Cheryl Peach Christmas Jubilee - January 3, 2011

During the month of December 2010, millions viewers see the Cheryl Peach Christmas Jubilee.  This TV show was hosted by Cheryl Peach and featured Nashville artists including Dolly Parton, Alan Jackson, and Charlie Daniels.  Thanks for joining us to enjoy this Christmas celebration! 

Free Music - December 26, 2009

Listen to "God Bless America", and "The Lord's Prayer" anytime by clicking on Free Music on the home page of www.CherylPeach.com. You may also listen to more than a dozen additional songs recorded by Cheryl Peach, anytime, free, under Free Music (these are actually mpg3 streaming audio, for those who know about technology). Please tell your friends to spread the joy.

Cheryl Peach Gospel Show Comes to the Internet - February 11, 2009

Selected episodes of the Cheryl Peach Gospel Show television program can now be watched over the Internet, hosted by Cheryl Peach.

The Cheryl Peach Gospel Show features inspirational and patriotic performances with that Nashville sound. Artists include Dolly Parton, Alan Jackson, Trace Adkins, Lee Greenwood, Josh Turner, Randy Travis, Oak Ridge Boys, Ivan Parker, Gold City, Collingsworth Family, Jeff and Sheri Easter, Cheryl Peach, and many more.

The Cheryl Peach Gospel Show is broadcast on WJAL family television every Sunday at 8 pm. WJAL serves 1.1 million households in a 4-state region including Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Maryland, Virginia, and the greater Washington, DC area.

The Cheryl Peach Gospel Show is also broadcast on WGCB, which serves over 1.6 million viewers throughout Pennsylvania and Maryland, as well as on NBC25, which serves 1.4 million households in the 4-state region. For viewing schedule and other information about the Cheryl Peach Gospel Show, visit the Cheryl Peach website.

“We are excited by this opportunity to bring this music about God, country, family, and life in America to a worldwide audience using the Internet”, Cheryl Peach comments.

To watch the Cheryl Peach Gospel Show anytime and anywhere over the Internet, simply visit http://www.CherylPeach.com. Then select “Cheryl’s TV Show” to navigate to her video player. Visit often to watch the latest updates!

Cheryl Peach on Three TV Stations - February 7, 2009

The Cheryl Peach Gospel Show is on WJAL family television every Sunday at 8 pm. WJAL serves 1.1 million households in the 4-state region of Pennsylania, West Virginia, Maryland, Virginia, and the greater Washington, DC area. On February 22 (Washington's Birthday) the Cheryl Peach will host a patriotic program. In addition to WJAL at 8 pm Sundays, this patriotic special will be broadcast on February 22 on NBC25 at 5:30 am (serving 1.4 million households in the 4-state region), and WGCB at 11 am (serving over 1.6 million viewers throughout Pennsylvania). Tune in to watch your favorite inspirational and patriotic artists including Lee Greenwood, Trace Adkins, Gold City, Cheryl Peach, and many more.

Cheryl Peach Gospel Show Production Begins - July 7, 2008

Production for the new Cheryl Peach Gospel Show has begun. The Cheryl Peach Gospel Show will begin broadcasting on Sunday January 4, 2009 on WJAL television. WJAL has 1.1 million viewers within the four-state region including Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Maryland, Virginia, and the greater Washington, DC area.

So far, we’ve gotten the green light to broadcast some videos from artists including: Oak Ridge Boys, Dolly Parton, Alan Jackson, Josh Turner, Vince Gill, Marty Stuart, Phil Vassar, Willie Nelson, Johnny Cash, Hoppers, Whisnants, Talley Trio, Kingdom Heirs (performed at Dollywood since 1985), Dino, Booth Brothers, David Phelps (formerly with Gaither Vocal Band), Crabb Family, Brian Free & Assurance, Booth Brothers, Perrys, Greater Vision, Legacy Five, Triumphant Quartet, Brown Family, Collingsworth Family, Ivan Parker, plus gospel comedians Ken Davis and Dr. Dennis Swanberg.

Faith Hill's Piano Man Records with Cheryl Peach in Nashville - February 4, 2008

Steve Hornbeak, who has played piano and sung harmony vocals for Faith Hill for 10 years, joined Cheryl Peach on gospel recordings. Recently in Nashville, Steve Hornbeak added his musical talents at his KeyStone Studio to recordings by Cheryl Peach for her upcoming "Southern Gospel" CD. In addition to Faith Hill, Steve Hornbeak has also played keyboards and sung harmony for Grammy winning artists including Richard Marx and Lee Greenwood. "Steve Hornbeak is such a talented musician, and a genuinely nice person. I enjoyed working with him in the studio", comments Cheryl Peach. This CD of southern gospel standards by Cheryl Peach has been delayed due to the production schedule of Cheryl's TV series. The new release date is slated for October 2009.

Cheryl Peach Gets Record Contract Extended - December 6, 2007

Tuscarora Multimedia has announced a four year extension to thier record contract with Cheryl Peach. Previously, Tuscarora Multimedia had committed to funding the production, manufacturing, and promotion of five CDs by Cheryl Peach. With this contract extension, Tuscarora Multimedia will now provide financial backing for a total of eight CDs featuring Cheryl Peach. "Cheryl's CDs and live performances have illustrated that she is an outstanding singer", comments Benjamin Pietsch, President and Producer of Tuscarora Multimedia. Cheryl Peach is currently working on a CD of gospel standards as well as some new songs. "We've begun recording gospel songs in Nashville. It's always so rewarding to sing with the excellent studio musicians in Nashville", Cheryl Peach remarks. For free download samples of recordings by Cheryl Peach, please visit www.cherylpeach.com.

Veterans Day Concert Announcement - July 18, 2007

Inspirational and patriotic singer Cheryl Peach will be performing at the Capitol Theatre in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania with gospel music legend Stephen Hill on Veterans Day 2007. For ticket and other information, please contact the Capitol Theater box office at (717) 263-0202.

God & Country CD Available - July 12, 2007

"God & Country" contains twenty-four hymns and patriotic songs sung by inspirational and patriotic singer Cheryl Peach. She is joined by gospel music legend Stephen Hill. To listen to this new CD, please visit:
www.cdbaby.com/cd/cherylpeach4

Cheryl Peach Records Southern Gospel Standards - June 1, 2007

Cheryl Peach has begun recording southern gospel standards for a CD to be released in 2008. Of course, "He Touched Me" by Bill Gaither is first on the list of gospel classics. Early influences on Cheryl of Mahalia Jackson and Elvis are clear on "Peace in the Valley". A little banjo pickin' and steel pedal guitar are displayed in bluegrass gospel versions of "Shall We Gather at the River", and "Victory in Jesus"...(a little known secret that Cheryl lived in West Virginia until she was 6 years old.) And who can forget Cristy Lane's TV commercials for "One Day at a Time" by Kris Kristofferson. Or the power of Vestal Goodman bringing home "Rock of Ages". Let us pray that we can do justice to the memory of the Goodmans.

Cheryl Peach Records with Stephen Hill - March 22, 2007

Cheryl Peach has begun recording a CD with southern gospel music legend Stephen Hill. This CD, called God & Country, will be a collection of favorite inspirational and patriotic songs.

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