Posts From Philip Boles

Philip Boles

Philip is the biggest Southern Gospel fan in Northern Ireland and possibly outside of the USA. He sings with a Northern Irish trio called, "Solid Ground" and blogs when spare time allows. You can follow Philip on Twitter.

CD Review: Ian Owens – Ain’t Misbehavin’

Ian Owens is the bass singer for the popular quartet, Soul’d Out. He is about to release his first solo album, Ain’t Misbehavin’. Ian has been involved in Gospel Music

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

Ball Brothers Returning To Northern Ireland in April 2012

April 2012 will see the return of the Ball Brothers to Northern Ireland for two concerts. Thursday 12th April 2012 in Glenmachan, Church of God and 14th April 2012 in

Album Review – Paid In Full – No Trace Of Rain

Paid In Full have an impressive list of achievements for a young trio. They possessed so much talent and promise that in 1996, Jake Hess took them under his “musical

Book Review – Michael English – The Prodigal Comes Home

On Sunday night at approximately 01:23AM, i finished this book for the fifth time. I just couldn’t shake the thought out of my head that i should write a review

Album Review- Every Light That Shines At Christmas – Ernie Haase & Signature Sound

Every Light That Shines At Christmas is the second Christmas project to be released by Ernie Haase & Signature Sound. I really do enjoy a good Christmas project, be it

Album Review – Paul Irwin – Forgive Me

The following CD Review is of a local artist who resides in my own country of Northern Ireland. Paul Irwin commenced his singing ministry at the tender age of 16,