Posts From Kyle Boreing

Kyle Boreing

Kyle has been writing for MusicScribe since 2008. He is a musician, producer, arranger, and occasional quartet singer, who pays way too much attention to recordings. He is an alumni of Stamps-Baxter School of Music and has shared the stage with many different artists. He also really likes movies that are "so bad they're good." Visit his website at, or follow him on Twitter @kyleboreing.

#NewsNuggets 8-17-15

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CD Review: “Backroads” – Darrell & Dawn Ritchie

One of the perks of writing for a music site such as this is that you make friends in some interesting places. One of these friends is Darrell Ritchie, who

Happy People 2.0

Looks like Ernie Haase & Signature Sound are going back and recutting Happy People with Dustin Doyle to re-release in October of this year. According to Provident Distribution’s website, the


If you browse through the various forums, Facebook groups, and other social media associated with gospel music, one of the first topics you’ll come across typically goes like this: “Living or

Recording Oddities: The Cathedrals – “Keep On Singing” LP

When there’s a change in personnel, do you just record the new member’s vocals, or does EVERYONE get a second take on the songs?

CD Mini-Review: The Crabb Family – “20: Platinum Edition”

The Crabb Family is probably one of the most popular gospel groups not consistently touring today. Their final tour before “officially” disbanding was in 2007, but that hasn’t stopped them

Must Buy Or Not: Triumphant – “Living In Harmony”

Last year, Triumphant Quartet saw their first (and to date, ONLY) personnel change in their 13 years as a group when Jeff Stice departed as pianist/arranger/producer. Rather than move to

The MusicScribe TUNE-O-METER

Beginning with my T. Graham Brown CD review, I have introduced a new feature called the “Tune-O-Meter.” This is designed to indicate how much obvious auto-tuning was applied to vocals on

CD Mini Review: Jim Brady – “Singing The Hits”

This past summer, I did a mini-review on a CD released by Daywind, a best-of compilation by Jonathan Wilburn. In the review, I noted that it would’ve been better suited

CD Mini-Review: The Best of Jonathan Wilburn: Years Of Gold – A Collection Of Hits

For twelve years, Jonathan Wilburn won fans and accolades as the charismatic lead singer of Gold City. He had some large shoes to fill, but he opted instead to bring