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With a voice often compared to the late Kenny Hinson, Mike Bowling carved out a successful career as a soloist in Southern Gospel. Many fans got their initial exposure to Bowling when he was singing with a group, though. He sang first with Uncle Alf And The LeFevres as a teenager during the 1970s and later formed a group with his brother Jeff called Family Tradition that performed on a regional basis for about ten years. In 1995, Bowling joined the New Hinsons, participating in the recording of their number one song “Oasis.” Later that same year, he moved to the Perrys where he stayed for the next four years and was instrumental in their success.
1999 All That I Am (Family Music Group/FMG1005)
2001 The Call (Family Music Group/FMG1016)
2003 It's My Life (Daywind Records/DAY1334)
2004 Where I Stand (Daywind Records/DAY1381)
2006 Influenced And Inspired: Remembering Kenny Hinson (Daywind Records/DAY1464)