UPDATED: First Look – Thomas Nalley with Gold City

UPDATED: First Look – Thomas Nalley with Gold City

Aaron Swain has posted all of Gold City’s August 28 concert on his YouTube channel; or at least, it’s MOST of it, I would think. Click HERE, then select each song.

The two clips below that I had linked when I first put this post up are from August 27.

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David Bruce Murray

David Bruce Murray is a church music director in Ellenboro, NC. He is the author of Murray's Encyclopedia Of Southern Gospel Music and the owner of both SGHistory.com and MusicScribe.com. David plays piano for Southern Sounds Quartet and the Foothills Community Choir.

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  1. Tad Kirkland
    Reply August 29, 23:23 #1 Tad Kirkland

    Sounds great, seems to be a better fit. I look forward to hearing what they do on their next project.




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  2. Darrell
    Reply August 30, 21:58 #2 Darrell

    Aaron is a good guy. I didn’t realize until today that he just recently started singing with the PromisedLand Quartet. That’s great. I know he will do well with them.




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  3. Darrell
    Reply August 31, 12:45 #3 Darrell

    I just got done listening to all of the songs that Aaron recorded the other evening. The guys sounded good, especially considering it was only Thomas’s 3rd night with Gold City. Looks like they are staging quite a few songs from the Moment Of Truth album, which I was happy to see. That album had some good songs on it. A side note on Thomas, I know he is not NEARLY as high, but I think I heard some shades of Jay Parrack coming through. Good blend already.




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  4. Jeremy Peace
    Reply August 31, 16:30 #4 Jeremy Peace

    I had the privilege of traveling with Thomas for about 2 months, while he was healing up from his health issues, and I was transitioning to his part with the LeFevres. I watched as he waited patiently on the Lord to move in his life, and open the door of opportunity for him to be able to minister and sing once again. I’m very proud of Thomas, and I know that not only did Gold City get a new tenor, they got a Christian man that has a close relationship with the Lord. I’m looking for great things to come from both Thomas and Gold City.




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