The Kramers are a national and international gospel music family group
currently touring and ministering at 180 events per year. Members
are D. Scott Kramer (vocals, guitar, keyboards) Rachel West Kramer
(vocals) and Maria Kramer (19 year-old daughter vocals, ukulele,
mandolin, piano, guitar). They are recording artists with Electric
Station Records label group and booked for ministry events through
the Covenant Agency based in Madison, Indiana.
The Kramers have shared the concert platform with several Gaither
Homecoming artists including Larry Gatlin, Russ Taff, Jeff & Sheri
Easter, Palmetto State Quartet, Woody & Vonnie Wright, The Nelons,
Reggie & Ladye Love Smith, Ponder, Sykes & Wright, Tanya Goodman
Sykes, Buddy Greene and Oak Ridge Boy founding member, Willie Wynn.
Theyve been invited to share at the Gaither Fall Festival and
the National Quartet Convention. Rachel West Kramer sang at the National
Prayer Breakfast in Washington, D.C. with President George W. Bush
and First Lady, Laura Bush in attendance. Rachel has also sang solos
and duets in the modern oratorio, Saviour with Larnelle
Harris and Steve Green. Rachel and Maria have also provided music
on four Holy Land trips to Israel.
The Kramers have released their first family project (11 songs) entitled,
Revive Us Again. This project includes several of Nashvilles
finest musicians, arrangers, producers and audio engineers. It features
a wonderful collection of inspiring hymns and southern gospel classics.
Rachel West Kramer has released five solo CD projects including the
critically acclaimed release, Majestic Glory (January,
2015), which features 10 new arrangements by world-renowned arranger,
David T. Clydesdale and music performed by The Nashville String Machine.
For 20 years now, The Kramers have hosted the popular RiverLife Gospel
Music Cruises aboard the Spirit of Peoria Riverboat along Peoria,
Illinois beautiful riverfront. Scott also produces and co-hosts
the Good News Music Radio Program & Concert Series with Gaither
Homecoming Artist, Woody Wright which is currently airing in
32 states and 11 countries.
Traveling with The Kramers is their 17 year-old son, Weston. At age
two, he was diagnosed as having autism. The Kramer family is grateful
for his special life and the unique ways in which the LORD uses Weston
in and through their lives and ministry.