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Memphis Quartet Show 2017 – Wednesday Evening

Memphis Quartet Show 2017 has officially begun! Tonight’s concert was an excellent start with the four groups that appeared. The Hopper Brothers 2.0 quartet was listed on the schedule, but

Blackwood Brothers & Indian Creek Memorial Weekend Gospel Sing (Manchester and Carnesville, GA)

Here’s one more combination review! This time the common element is the Blackwood Brothers Quartet, one of my top favorites! The Blackwood Brothers Quartet appeared at the Macedonia Baptist Church

CD Review: Renewed (Second Half Quartet)

Label: None Producers: Gerald Wolfe and Mark Trammell Songs: During the Rapture; Crown Him King; Wedding Music; Alone in the Garden; I’m In the Shadow; God Delivers Again; Miracles Will

#NewsNuggets: 6-12-17

Last Week’s Happenings New Day Records was launched last week to provide distribution, marketing, and promotion services to established independent artists. New Day Records is a subsidiary of Daywind Music

Gospel Music Today: 6-11-17

The members of Sojourner Quartet are the guests on Gospel Music Today for the week of June 11.

Concert Review: Jeff Stice (Tunnel Hill, GA)

There are three things that you can expect at a Jeff Stice solo piano concert: 1) You will have fun; 2) you will hear some great piano playing; and 3)

CD Review: McKameys – Be Brave

It’s June, which means it’s time for another McKameys CD review.

Diana’s Yearly YouTube Stats – 2017

I continue to go through this exercise each year of analyzing which of my YouTube videos showed the most interest and I’m hoping it will be at least mildly interesting

Concert Review: Pre-Easter Sing (Villa Rica, GA)

Jimmy Pearson and Steve Swafford, the pastor of Fullerville Baptist Church, teamed up again after several years to bring a gospel singing event back to the church’s family life center.

#NewsNuggets: 6-5-17

A talent contest and a hall of fame highlight this week’s News Nuggets.

Gospel Music Today: 6-4-17

Matt Felts is the guest on Gospel Music Today for the week of June 4.

Why Are You Here?

I shamefully admit that I get way too discouraged sometimes. I’m 44, not married, I don’t have a lot of strength and stamina which leads to my letting people down