Posts From Kyle Boreing

Kyle Boreing

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. Visit his website at www.kyleboreing.com, or follow him on Twitter @kyleboreing.

If the Teacher Has Fallen, Are the Lessons Useless?

Two years ago, an article was posted on Christianity Today that asked the question, “Should Christians Stop Studying The Teachings of Fallen Pastors?”. Six responses were given, ranging from “yes, but…”

Marketing Oddities: “Let The Glory Come Down”

Last week, I wrote about the apparent end of the Homcoming series of videos and recordings released by Bill Gaither. On that Friday, a new album was released by Gaither

Has the Homecoming Series Come to an End?

Will there be any more official releases in the popular video series?

DVD/CD Review: Michael English – Live At Daywind Studios

Live At Daywind Studios Produced by Scott Godsey Daywind Records www.michaelenglishmusic.com Format: CD & Digital Tune-O-Meter: Low I have to give credit to the A&R team at Daywind Records. Since Gaither’s

Singing News Fan Awards Categories Update?

We take an honest look at the current categories and suggest a few changes….

Michael English “Live at Daywind Studios” Release….??

UPDATE 2/12/2016: Apparently the DVD’s ordered direct from Michael English’s website have indeed been shipped and received. The question remains, however, about the status of the title in retail. ORIGINAL

The Incredible Shrinking Groups

Is it just me, or are groups shrinking today? Brian Free & Assurance recently dropped from a quartet to a trio (at least for the time being) with the departure

Looking Back: Guy Penrod’s Country Attempt

In late 2008, Bill Gaither made the announcement that Guy Penrod would be taking a sabbatical from the Gaither Vocal Band. By the end of the year, however, that sabbatical