Paul's Journey (1977-2019)
Paul's Journey formed in 1977 as the Relations Quartet. All of the group members were related to each other in the beginning (Jimmy, Darrell and Johnny Henegan were brothers, while Rod Treme was their cousin), hence the name. In 2008, the group name was changed to Paul's Journey.
Bass vocalist Rod Treme sang with the group since their beginning. Paul's Journey was based in Texas.
On March 6, 2019, it was announced that the group would retire at the end of the year.
2011 A Tribute To The Classics (Custom Records): Get Away Jordan; The Sweetest Song I Know; When I Wake Up To Sleep No More; How Great Thou Art; Wonderful Time Up There; Glory Road; Till The Storm Passes By; Just A Little Talk With Jesus; When They Ring Those Golden Bells; I'm Going Home With Jesus; What Heaven Means To Me; Living In Canaanland (Randall Garland, Ryan Napier, Chad Stephenson, Rod Treme).