Spring and summer a dazzling display of God's coloring book!
A picture of God's handy work around our house.
Ernie singing bass with Jim McComas, Mike and Teresa Blanton. These folks are the real deal!
Another pic of Brother Roger with Brother Jim McComas, what a pair! We love them both dearly.
I really don't know about these two lol, Brother Roger Duncan is a Prince of a Preacher who likes to have a little fun. We are heading into Brother Jim and Sister Beth's for a "little" refreshment after church.
The whole group with our host and hostess Pastor Jim and Beth McComas. What gracious, and wonderful friends to have!
Deb, Beth McComas, and Anna our hostess for the Camp Meeting at Canaan Creston, OH.
This was a color gaurd of veterans in front of Weatherford Funeral Home Oak Ridge TN honoring Staff Sargent Christopher Ward who was killed in Afghanistan April 2013. I (we) to salute all who have fought and died for our freedom.
Ernie and Debbie singing with the whole gang and the "band" at the Smokey Mountain Camp Meeting 2013. What a time we had at this meeting.
Ernie playing guitar with the "band" at Smokey
Ernie singing with the "band" at Smokey Mountain Campmeeting 2013.
Another shot of the whole group on stage at the Valley Theater Dollywood 10/19/12. Thank you Dollywood and Singing News!
The whole group on stage at the Valley Theater Dollywood 10/20/12. Thank you Dollywood and Singing News!
Anna waiting back stage at Dollywood 10/19/12.
Onstage at the Valley Theater at Dollywood Singing News stage October 20th 2012 photo courtesy of Ashley Dawson.
Signage at the Valley Theater Dollywood October 19th and 20th 2012.
Ernie singing the high part with Mike and Theresa Blanton at the Tunring Point FWB Carolina Jubilee Spartanburg, SC 09/20/12
Ernie playing guitar with the Singing Cookes, Ain't No Grave Gonna Hold My Body Down, Hooray for Harriman, 09/03/12
This the coal camp company store in Buther Hollar, it is still open today and you can go in and get you a bologna sandwich right in the store!
We sang at Van Lear FWB Church Van Lear, KY 09/16/12 and Pastor Paul Browning was kind enough to take to Butcher Hollar to Loretta Lynn's homeplace.
The Lord has blessed us with a new mode of transportation! It is a 2007 35ft Bounder. God is Good!
Ernie's Mother and all her Grandchildren but one, some of their spouses and some of the great grandchildren. December 10th 2011
Ernie and Eugene December 10th 2011
Ernie's family December 10. Ernie's Mother, Nettie Peters turned 80 December 8th and they gave her a surprise birthday party. Pictured L-R Sheilia, Eugene, Sherleen, Ernie, Mom, and Kathleen.
Anna's grandbaby Adaley Crozier, ain't she a doll!
Lillian Rose Wilcox 16 months old, isn't she pretty!
Camdyn Lee Wilcox, look at that hair!
The Joyaires singing at their home church, Batley Baptist Church Clinton, TN, revival Tuesday November 8, 2011.
Ernie singing I'll Fly Away with the Talleys at Tony Gore's 05/31/11.
Bradley K Watts a person Deb and Sharon new personally. September 1968
Ernie at the Vietnam Memorial wall 05/14/11. Only by the Grace of God my name does not appear on the wall!
Chelsey Phillips, Theresa Spencer, Debbie, Kathy Crowe, Anna, and Beth McComas. We did not have a good picture for the ladies table, they did eat.
Ernie, Wade Spencer, Jim McComas, Dr. David Crowe, and Lukas Phillips.
Same group different setting.
Pastor Jim McComas(back), Dr. David Crowe, Lukas Phillips, Wade Spencer, and Ernie having lunch at Wade and Theresa Spencer's house April 25. What a meal.
Ernie, Debbie, and Roger at the end of the day. 01/17/11
Debbie, Anna, and Roger at the end of the day. 01/17/11
Anna listening intently to Roger playing. 01/17/11
Roger Talley at our house working on our new project. He is actually recording a practice track. 01/17/11
Wonder whose the biggest kid!! ha ha
Winter wonderland out our back door 01/05/11.
Deb and I at Sharon's on Christmas day, which by the way was our 41st wedding anniversary! Debbie loves the snow.
Hope, Lydia and Debbie on Christmas day at Deb's sister Sharons house. Hope and Lydia are Sharons grandkids.
A picture from our motorhome at the Cornerstone Baptist Church, Deep Gap, NC. It was so beautiful and cccoollddd.
Anna only had on flipflops for the weekend up in Mountain City and Boone so Deb bought her some "toe socks"! What a hoot!!
Can you imagine the breathtaking view and how cold it must be from the porch of this house? This is also just above the campmeeting grounds in Trade, TN.
Beautiful picture of the snow covered mountains just above the campmeeting grounds in Trade, TN Saturday morning November 6th.
Ernie and Lance Carpenter (writer of "I Have Not Forgotten") at the Thanksgiving Jubilee Dyson Grove Baptist Church November 5th.
The whole group ready to go onstage in the Blue Gate Theater, Shipshewana, IN.
Banner announcing our appearance at the Blue Gate Theater in Shipshewana, IN.
Some of the beautiful fall decoration in Shipshewana, IN for the Fall Crafters Fair.
This horse was walking a treadmill making ice cream. We were told they made 234 gallon on Thursday.
On the outside stage in Shipshewana, IN.
Deb and Anna getting ready to go on stage outside in Shipshewana, IN.
Tommy and Kathy Allison and Sharon(Sharon was taking the picture) and Truman Hamby came up from NC to Shipshewana, IN to be with us, was glad to have them.
On stage Zion Baptist Jubilee 09/05/10. What a meeting!
On stage Zion Baptist Jubilee 09/05/10
Another shot of the huge crowd at the Zion Baptist Church Jubilee Gastonia, NC 09/05/10
A shot of the huge crowd at the Zion Baptist Church Jubilee Gastonia, NC 09/05/10
One of the original members of the Joyaires, Sharon Hamby at the Zion Baptist Church Jubilee Gastonia, NC 090510
This is Miss Sarah Hunter from Post Oak Shade FWB Church Cookeville, TN. She sings wonderfully (harmony too) and plays mandolin and violin. Great to see we still have young people who love what we do and are keeping the tradition alive. Thank you Sarah!
Wonder who this chubby little guy might be!
This is a picture of the Winsett Quartet from the late 40's. Freddie Peters (Ernie's Uncle) Charles Peters (Ernie's Dad). Wish you could have heard them.