Shane Dunap Bio (Former Lead Singer)

Birthday 1974
Wife Carrie
Anniversary December 15, 2001 Lebanon Baptist Church in Fayetteville, NC
Children Carson Stephen  arrived February 25, 2003 8:57 p.m. and was 5 pounds 12 ounces and 21 inches long.
Caroline Catherine arrived October 3 at 10:19am,  weighed seven pounds, five ounces and was 20 and 1/2 inches long.
Shane Dunlap has been regarded as one of the best young performers of today in Gospel music. Heralded as one of the most energetic and exciting performers of his time. He brings a wealth of experience and history with him to his Gospel music ministry.  Shane was co-founder and owner of the group N’Harmony for 10 years and original lead vocalist for the Signature Sound Quartet with former Cathedral member Ernie Haase and former Gold City producer/pianist Garry Jones. He knows that God has called him into the ministry for one purpose and one purpose only which is to encourage those in need and those that feel they are without hope. “Being a soloist is not what I thought that I would be doing at this point in my career. I have always been in a group. The rigorous schedule of a full time gospel group can take its toll on a person and their family. It was time for me to make a choice between family and career. I feel that I am called to the ministry and if the Lord leads me I’m going to follow. So as I start this new solo career I pray that God will have His will in my life.  for Gospel group

Founder/Owner/Manager N’Harmony
Winner Singing News Fan Award Horizon Group of the Year 2003
Nominee Singing News Fan Award Horizon Group of the Year 1995
Nominee Diamond Award Sunrise Group of the Year – 1996
Nominee Diamond Award Male Vocalist – 2003
Top Ten Singles
Signature Sound Quartet 2003 “The Old Time Christian Way”
N’ Harmony 2002 “One Fine Day”
N’ Harmony 2002 “The Devil Tried His Best”
N’ Harmony 2001 “Out of the Blue”
N’ Harmony 2000 “Peace in Knowing”

Psalm 68:25
The  singers  went  before, the  players  on  instruments  followed  after;  among  them  were  the  damsels  playing  with  timbrels.