From Navasota, Texas, home of country bluesman Mance Lipscomb, comes the Mighty Sincere Voices. Brothers Tyrone, Terrance and Tremayne Creeks founded the group under the tutelage of their father, veteran quartet singer Willie Elvin Creeks. Musicians include Xavier Creeks on drums, Douglas Franklin on bass, Rev. Christopher Bell on keyboards, Jeston Andrews on guitar, and Chad Turner on organ.
Their project for Darrell Jay Jones’ OverBoard Records is called Sing Sing in Glory. “Hello Y’all” is the CD’s opening number, a friendly, uptempo greeting, saint to saint, perfect for starting a live performance. The backbeat and enthusiasm telegraph to the listener that he or she is in for an enjoyable ride.
The seven-minute drive-tempo title track borrows its hook formula from the mnemonic chorus of “Old Macdonald,” which, believe it or not, was in quartet repertory eighty or ninety years ago. Revved up by the accelerated chorus of “When I get in glory, I’m gonna sing, sing here; sing, sing there,” the Mighty Sincere Voices launch full-throttle into the vamp, which is unleashed lead-trading hard-singing guaranteed to get the audience out of their seats and hand-clapping to the end.
Online PR News – 16-July-2009 – – Mighty Sincere Voices, Navasota, TX
They say everything’s bigger in Texas. Well, if the Mighty Sincere Voices are any indication, it’s never been true! MSV does not disappoint with rich vocal blends and a neo-vintage sound, dipped in authentic gospel tradition and simmering in Southern Soul. In deed, MSV repackages the good news like no other, playing in front of swaying crowds who have been won over by their sincere hearts and soaring spirits. Armed with the art of story-telling, a potent message, a collective testimony, and an electrifying stage presence spanning three generations; The Mighty Sincere Voices were born for this.
The founding members includes, lead guitarist, Tyrone, Terrance, and Tremayne Creeks, siblings who have been performing together since child hood under the guidance and tutelage of their father group organizer and veteran quartet singer Willie Elvin Creeks. All hailing from deep in the heart of Navasota, Texas. Soon, Douglas Franklin came aboard on bass, followed by Rev. Christopher Bell on keys, young Juston Andrews, thumping the rhythmic guitar, young Xavier Creeks driving the beat on drums, and finally Thad Turner ripping the organ. Traveling across the country in a tour bus, baring the group’s moniker “MSV”, they’ll make you feel right at home no matter the size of the venue. Build as a known favorite on concert line-ups. The Mighty Sincere Voices have shared the stage with The Canton Spirituals, Lee Williams & the Spiritual QCs, Tommy Ellison & the Five Singing Stars, Spencer Taylor & the Hi-Way QCs, Luther Barnes & the Sunset Jubli-Aires and Howard “Slim” Hunt & the Supreme Angels. The Mighty Sincere Voices have also been featured on Austin City Limits, and the House of Blues (Sunday Gospel Brunch). Keep your eyes focused are you just might miss MSV in a synchronized motion.
Yeah, some say it’s hard to find good music these days, but once you experienced MSV, you’ll beg the differ. Can I a witness? The feel of their music is upbeat and fresh, yet reminiscent of the acoustics of a wood floor church on Sunday with chorus echoing down a gritty, meandering dirt road. Come on in, sit down, and stay a while. There’s no doubt, the Mighty Sincere Voices are trail blazing a legacy that will light up the sky for many years to come don’t miss it!
For booking and contact information:
Contact: W.Tyrone Creeks - (936) 825-2382
Darrell Jay Jones – CEO/Owner