History

Universal Music Group: Decades of Masters Lost

Last year, I wrote an article detailing how record companies have a checkered past when it comes to properly archiving their master recordings. Among some of the revelations noted (thanks

Southern Gospel Historical Library

I’ve covered in the past how southern gospel music has a vast library of music and film/video footage from decades of artists. I’ve also mentioned how much of this library

My 2019 SGMA Hall Of Fame Nominees

The Southern Gospel Music Association is currently accepting nominees for the Hall Of Fame. Each member of the SGMA is asked to submit two living and two deceased individuals for

SGMA Hall Of Fame: Who Will Be In The Class of 2019?

The Southern Gospel Music Hall Of Fame mailed out nomination ballots for the class of 2019 this past week. Voters will submit their nominations by March 15. An SGMA committee

A Research Project: How Recent Were the Good Ol’ Days?

How long has it been since the good ol’ days? This is almost impossible to quantify, so let’s ask a more specific question. Now and in the past, how close

Album Covers – a dying art?

Good or bad, album covers used to be a part of the music-buying experience….but not so much anymore.

The Originals: Amazing Grace

Hear the very first recording of “Amazing Grace!”