Posts From Diana Brantley

Diana Brantley

Diana is from the Atlanta, Georgia area and is a relatively recent southern gospel fan, having started listening avidly about 15 years ago. With easy access to eastern Alabama, southeastern Tennessee and north and central Georgia, Diana attends as many concerts as her schedule allows to see a wide variety of artists.

On the Couch with Fouch – July, 2015 Edition

This month Matt gives us an interview with departing Ernie Haase & Signature Sound baritone Doug Anderson.    I wish Doug the very best as he launches his solo career!

Concert Review – Joseph Habedank (Rockmart, GA)

I had missed several opportunities to see Joseph since he started his solo ministry and was really sorry about it.   However, now that I finally got to see and

Memphis Quartet Show 2015

The third year of the Memphis Quartet Show is now history!   This four-day event features many of the best Southern Gospel male quartets who run the gamut of musical styles!  Each evening

“Your Walk Talks” Blog Tour – Stop #5

After the announcement in late December of the new Crimson Road Productions recording label and its first CD by The Mark Trammell Quartet, I have been anxious to get my

Beyond The Ashes, Channing Eleton, The Crist Family (Acworth, GA)

A few months ago, I attended a great concert that I never finished writing up for a couple of reasons.  Anyway, I wanted to finish it up now.  This concert

Ball Brothers (Tunnel Hill, GA)

I’ve been to quite a few Ball Brothers concerts but this was the first time I have seen their newest vocalist, Chad McCloskey, in person.   It seems that this concert

24K Gold Event – Gold City, Mark Trammell Quartet, Wilburn &Wilburn, Vocal Event (Gadsden, AL)

(Joint review by Jim Cheek and Diana Brantley) Gold City has been one of the most popular southern gospel groups for over thirty years.   So, when an event is designed

Booth Brothers and Soul’d Out Quartet (Acworth, GA)

(This is a joint review by me – Diana –  and one of the Booth Brothers’ biggest fans, Lynn Pollard.  Lynn and her family drove from Charleston, South Carolina to