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The Originals: Operator

Who sang “Operator” first? If you say Manhattan Transfer or the Downings, you are wrong. Read the article for the answer!

The Originals: Go Out To The Program

Did you know another group recorded “Go Out To The Program” before the Oak Ridge Quartet?

The Originals: Mary, Did You Know?

Did you know this lyric waited six years for its melody?

The Originals: What A Day That Will Be

The Golden Keys Quartet was the first group to record this Southern Gospel

The Originals: Look For Me At Jesus’ Feet

Let’s revisit The Calvarymen of West Virginia for another installment of The Originals.

The Originals: How Great Thou Art

Did you know “How Great Thou Art” went through three languages before it was translated into English?

The Originals: I’ll Fly Away

Each article in The Originals series highlights the first recorded version of a popular Southern Gospel song. “I’ll Fly Away” was written by Albert E. Brumley in 1929 while picking

The Originals: One Day At A Time

Each article in The Originals series highlights the first recorded version of a popular Southern Gospel song. Before I get to today’s song, I need your help! Chasing down the

The Originals: The Glory Road

Today, we launch a new series of articles called The Originals. Each entry in this series will highlight the first recorded version of song that is now considered to be one of