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Next Generation

Tyler Forester

April 1, 2019 0

If there is one phrase I have heard over and over again in gospel music, it would be that the hassle, the late nights, the many miles, and the weary hours that accompany the singing […]

Next Generation

Samuel Lore

March 1, 2019 0

I remember the first time I heard The Lore Family in concert.  I was hesitant to go because I had never heard them before, and it was quite a lengthy drive.  But my reluctance was […]

Next Generation

Emma Carter

February 1, 2019 0

Most young people who are part of a family group in the southern gospel industry have been born into the music, and this story is no different for Emma Carter from the Jay Stone Singers. […]

Next Generation

Levi Mills

January 1, 2019 0

It’s always exciting to enter the new year, anticipating what awaits in gospel music —  what new CDs will be released, what new transitions groups will make, but what is most awaited is the discovery […]

Editorial

Some Things Have Changed

December 4, 2018 0

Some Things Have Changed Everybody has the same thing. Somethings change and somethings don’t. I’ve had some major changes in my life since my last Editorial. First of all, I got married a little over […]

Next Generation

Tyler Sheldon

December 1, 2018 0

Many have heard their fair share of stories about those people who seem to be “born to” accomplish certain tasks or “born to” use a special talent.  Often times that talent is of the musical […]

Next Generation

Jacob Sneed

November 1, 2018 0

Most of the time in Gospel music, the singers are the ones given glory.  But what if all the music was stripped away? While the sound of acapella is truly something beautiful, all the music […]

Next Generation

Megan Morrison

October 1, 2018 0

“A shoulder to lean on when I am down, a rock where He leads me when I’m overwhelmed. The place where He hides me under His wings. He’s not just a song, He’s the reason […]

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