Chapel Valley Studios

To Keep Our Country Free – The Isbell Family


Sharps Chapel, TN – Chapel Valley Music Group is excited to announce that popular tenor Jason Runnels will be added to their family of artists.

Jason is known from his days singing with Tony Gore and Majesty and then with the Down East Boys. He was nominated in 2000 as one of the Top 5 Young Artists, according to the Singing News subscribers and has also written 5 Top 20 songs. Today Jason travels full-time around the U.S and Canada with his family.

Chapel Valley Music’s Marketing and Artist Director Richard Hyssong states, “We are looking forward to working with Jason. He has been a fan favorite for many years, and audiences love his enthusiasm on the platform. His love for God and his family endears people to his wonderful ministry.”

“I was looking for a company that had the same values as I do, and knew almost immediately after talking with Richard, that Chapel Valley is exactly where I need to be”, adds Jason.

 DSC_0034Down a gravel driveway lined with weeping willows sits a farmhouse nestled tightly between two hills. It is here that Chapel Valley Studio calls home.

Located in Sharps Chapel, TN, the surrounding area alludes to Chapel Valley’s “family atmosphere,” as described by producer and co-owner Shane Roark.

Once inside, it’s clear that comfort is just part of the Chapel Valley experience. The award-winning gospel recording studio is equipped with 96 channels of full automation with a team of musicians and engineers to work with artists.

Chapel Valley specializes in various music genres including Southern Gospel, Inspirational Country, Christian Country, Country Gospel, Bluegrass Gospel, Praise & Worship, and Contemporary Gospel.

Roark says every person that walks through the doors of Chapel Valley can expect “the absolute best” from everyone involved.

“I can’t imagine doing anything else but working in gospel music,” Roark said, “and exploring the possibilities with where that’s going with each individual artist as they grow and explore their ministry and their music.”