Commentary & Observations

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

Worship, Art & Business, Part 6

Worship should be a motivation of every Gospel singer, but are we truly giving Worship the attention it deserves?

Built-A-Quartet

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

Worship, Art & Business, Part 5

Is the art of singing a worthy motivation in and of itself?

Worship, Art & Business, Part 4

Is making a living a worthy motivation for a Gospel singer?

Worship, Art & Business, Part 3

What is there besides worship, art or business that motivates people to sing?

The Founder Of Southern Gospel Music

If It Wasn’t James Vaughan… A few days ago, I proposed that the person who most shaped the Southern Gospel we know today came after James D. Vaughan. There are

Gaither Tent Revival Taping And Rain Fest

I just returned home from the Gaither Tent Revival taping at the Billy Graham Library in Charlotte, NC. I stayed for nearly four hours, and it was still going strong

Bringing Choral Preview Clubs Into The 21st Century

One issue I’ve dealt with as a music director in a mid-sized rural church is piles of printed music that tend to collect over the years. Every church with even