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Monday – June 4, 2018

June 4, 2018 0

Gold City claims the #1 spot this week with “If Church Pews Could Shout“.  Fan favorite this week also belonged to Michael English‘s “Finally Coming Home” for a 14th consecutive week. Other favorites among the fans included the latest singles from […]

Reviews

REVIEW: The Taylors – Faithful Again

June 1, 2018 0

Producer: Wayne Haun Record Label: StowTown Records Website: www.thetaylorsmusic.com In 2008, a brand-new brother-sister quartet stepped onto the scene at the National Quartet Convention, captivated the audience with their tight family harmony, and took home the coveted title […]

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REVIEW: The Williamsons – Give Them Jesus

June 1, 2018 0

Producer: Donnie Williamson, Les Butler and Donna King Record Label: Family Music Group Website: www.williamsonmusic.com The Williamsons are a mixed quartet from Weleetka, Oklahoma. They started singing as a family group in 1969. Over the […]

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REVIEW: Endless Highway – East to West

June 1, 2018 0

Producer: Jeff Collins Record Label: Skyland Records/Crossroads Music Group Website: www.endlesshighway.org Endless Highway and Skyland Records/Crossroads Music have teamed up to release their sophomore project, East to West, produced by Jeff Collins. Without question, Easy to West is one […]

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REVIEW: Art McAllister – Offering of Praise

June 1, 2018 0

Producer: Information Not Provided Record Label: Gospel One Records Website: www.artmcallister.com I must admit I have never heard of Art McCallister, nor was I able to find out anything about him on the internet.  His style of music […]

Next Generation

Conner Hayes

June 1, 2018 0

Genuine. This would be the word best fitting to describe The Mylon Hayes Family. With their close family harmony and friendly, modest manner, they never cease to disappoint on the stage and off. I recently […]

Historic Proportions

The 70s Cathedrals, A Lesson in Quartet Singing

June 1, 2018 0

Over the next two or three months, we will be covering some of gospel music’s most famous quartets during time periods for which they may have received their least attention. I have encountered a lot […]

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