Next Generation

Jacob Shaw

July 1, 2018 0

What is it that draws you to Gospel music?  Is it the desire of the performers to use the music as a ministry tool, the way that almost everyone involved – musicians or fans – […]

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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 […]

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Abby Allen

May 1, 2018 0

If I could bring about a change in Southern Gospel Music, I would wish for more young people to be involved in this life-changing ministry, whether it’s singing or just attending a concert.  Thankfully, the […]

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Chris Jenkins Interviews Eli Fortner

January 16, 2017 0

To find the living definition of “real”, “genuine”, “anointed”, or “servant”, I would look no further than a family from the small Eastern Tennessee town of Clinton. They are a family, who since the late […]

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Chris Interviews Trent Adams

November 1, 2016 0

I tend to be very particular in my opinions when listening to bass vocalists. I consider names like Parris, Riley, Chapman, and Younce among my favorite bass vocalists in gospel music. While attending a concert, […]

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Chris Interviews Autumn Nelon

October 2, 2016 0

Chances are, there’s probably not a Christian music fan to whom the name, “Nelon” doesn’t ring a bell. This family has transcended generations in their field of popularity. Their accolades include three Grammy Nominations, six […]

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A Visit With Ethan Whisnant

July 1, 2016 0

I had a chance to talk with a young man who is the next generation of the Whisnant family! From golf to baseball, video games to Mustang GTs, Asian fare to BBQ, Ethan loves them […]

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Chris Jenkins Interviews Trevor Conkle

June 1, 2016 0

Have you ever wondered what sparked the desire for greats like Anthony Burger, Dino, Roger Bennett, or Hovie Lister to hammer out their very first tune a set of 88 ivory white and black keys? […]

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