#NewsNuggets: 10-26-15

Last Week’s Happenings Former Legacy Five tenor Tony Jarman has joined the Woodsmen Quartet of Batesville, Indiana. He announced he would be performing his first dates with the group this

Are You Really Living?

The sermon this morning was on Philippians 1:21: “For me to live is Christ, and to die is gain.” As I listened to the message, I wondered how many Christians truly

On the Couch with Fouch: Pat Barker

Legacy Five’s Matt Fouch invites Pat back for an update since his first interview a couple of years ago.   It’s a fun, shorter than usual video.  Enjoy!  

CD Review: Ian Owens – Ain’t Misbehavin’

Ian Owens is the bass singer for the popular quartet, Soul’d Out. He is about to release his first solo album, Ain’t Misbehavin’. Ian has been involved in Gospel Music

Back To The Future With Naomi Sego

Naomi showed up at the National Quartet Convention in style!

What Part Are You Singing?

With news of Legacy Five hiring Josh Feemster as their newest tenor singer, I’ve been looking back at other singers who sang different parts over the course of their singing career.

What If: Happy Goodmans 1983 Edition

If the 1982-1983 line-up of the Happy Goodmans had stayed together: 1. They might still be one of the most in-demand groups in the industry. 2. The Gaither Vocal Band

#NewsNuggets: 10-19-15

Last Week’s Happenings Arkansas-based trio Majesty III was involved in a serious bus accident near Knoxville, Tennessee last Friday. Thankfully, no one was seriously injured, but the bus didn’t fare

Recording Oddities: “Hand Of Sweet Release”

I’ve long considered the Gaither Vocal Band’s 1998 Christmas album, Still The Greatest Story Ever Told, to be not only among one of my favorite Christmas albums, but one of

POST UPDATED TO ADD VIDEO 10-17 – 2015 Dove Award Winners

The Dove Awards were presented yesterday in Nashville, Tennessee. Below is a list of winners with a connection to the Southern Gospel industry. Click HERE to view the entire list