Posts From David Bruce Murray

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.

#NewsNuggets: 7-12-19

Graham’s territory increases. Wright joins a new label, and more in this week’s episode of News Nuggets!

New Music Reviews – June 2019

Jeff Stice – Bridge Pros: Jeff Stice moves effortlessly through styles ranging from cinematic (“Praise The Lord”/”Down From His Glory”) to pop (“That’s What Friends Are For”) to meditative (“It

#NewsNuggets: 7-5-19

Add a serving of News Nuggets to your Independence Day celebration!

#NewNuggets: 6-28-19

The Mark Trammell Quartet is looking for a new tenor, and more in this week’s episode of News Nuggets!

#NewsNuggets: 6-21-19

Carmen, Top BMI Songs, and more in this week’s episode of News Nuggets.

#NewsNuggets: 6-14-19

GOSPEL MUSIC HAPPENINGS Horizon Records signed the 3 Heath Brothers to an exclusive recording contract. Roger Talley is slated to produce their first recording for the label. The Inspirations announced

#NewsNuggets: 6-7-19

GOSPEL MUSIC HAPPENINGS The recently formed Broad Street Music Publishing announced the signing of their first songwriter, Haley Kemp. Kemp is a member of The Angela Lilly Trio. REMEMBERING Gospel

#NewsNuggets: 5-31-19

GOSPEL MUSIC HAPPENINGS Isaac’s Well, a mixed southern gospel group in western North Carolina, is currently seeking a baritone/lead singer. Call ( 828 ) 974-6817, for more information. Releasing Today

Audio Review: Jeremy & Rachel Chupp – Breakthrough

Jeremy & Rachel Chupp’s latest CD titled Breakthrough features several familiar classics including “I Know Who Holds Tomorrow”, “He Is Mine”, “In The Highways”, and “Patching It Up.” Producer Jeremy

New Music Reviews – Early May 2019

Due to the large number of new releases in May, reviews will be spread over two articles. Enjoy the wealth of new music! Steven Curtis Chapman gets the Gaither Gospel