DARWIN HOBBS TO APPEAR ON CBS EARLY SHOW: Hobbs and his wife will be featured on special series. Former EMI Gospel recording artist Darwin Hobbs and his lovely wife, Traci, will be featured in a special five-part series, “Happily Ever After,” that the CBS Early Show is airing this coming week. Last year, CBS invited couples to write in and tell their stories. After receiving thousands of letters, five were chosen. The Hobbs segment airs this Tuesday May 22, 2007 in the 8 a.m. hour.
Last year, CBS invited couples to write in and tell their stories. After receiving thousands of letters, five were chosen. The Hobbs segment airs this Tuesday May 22, 2007 in the 8 a.m. hour.
“This is a wonderful opportunity for Traci and I to tell our story to the CBS Early Show audience,” says Hobbs. “It was so timely, in that it came just as I began writing songs for my newest recording venture, an album full of songs that speak about love and relationships. Traci and I shared the good, bad, and the ugly parts of our marriage and friendship during the interview. We simply held true to our policy that `transparency is key.’ For all my recording career, I’ve only sang songs about my faith and relationship with God, but God himself is opening doors for me to become a positive catalyst towards people falling in love and staying in love. We want couples to develop a perpetual YES in their relationship. We believe a YES cancels out a NO any day!”
Darwin Hobbs is best known for his radio hits such as “Glorify Him,” “Everyday” with Michael McDonald and a gospel remake of Luther Vandross‘ “So Amazing” that even Vandross loved.