Posts From Kyle Boreing

Kyle Boreing

<p>Kyle has been writing for MusicScribe since 2008. He is a gospel music soloist, occasional quartet singer, and church music director who pays way too much attention to recordings. He is an alumni of Stamps-Baxter School of Music and has shared the stage with artists such as Mercy’s Mark, the Dove Brothers Band, and The Oak Ridge Boys.</p> <p>Visit his website at, or follow him on Twitter @kyleboreing.</p>

CD Review: “They Don’t Know” – The Kingsmen

Is this a suitable follow-up to their landmark “Battle Cry” album?

A Plea to David Cloud

A response to “contemporary Southern Gospel.”

You like me!

Or maybe you dislike me….it’s your choice!!

CD Review: Guy Penrod – “Classics”

For fans of the Gaither Vocal Band circa 1995-2008.

Which part are you really singing?

When they say “sing like a woman,” what does that really mean?

CD Review: “Having Church” – Bethel McGrew

A debut effort serves as a “love letter” to traditional church music.

Sounds Alike – “Master’s Degree” vs “Doctor’s Orders”

In this new series, we look (or listen) to different songs that sound oddly similar….

CD Review: Jim Brady Trio – “Promises”

Jim and Melissa Brady are joined by new member Layke Jones for their latest release.

CD Review: Legacy Five – “In The Hands Of A Carpenter”

Should “In The Hands Of A Carpenter” be found in the hands of a listener (you can boo the bad joke in the comments).

Commentary: Should Trax Be Updated?

When a live band isn’t an option, should tracks be updated to avoid becoming dated?