Reviews

King’s Cadence Kick-Off Concert (Chattanooga, TN)

Back in February, K.C. Armstrong announced that he would be starting a new group and that it would be formally launched in August. K.C. formerly sang bass for the PromisedLand

New Music Reviews – July 2019

The current GVB lineup has had two years to gel.

Concert Review: Pat Barker (Oxford, AL)

I don’t care what Facebook says, I always have a great time seeing Pat Barker in concert! This time it was a solo concert at Meadowbrook Baptist Church where Pat

Memphis Quartet Show 2019 – Saturday Events

Final edits have been made!! Note: I will be posting a single video highlight for each program again this year and will then update each post with more videos from

Memphis Quartet Show 2019 – Friday Evening

Finals updates have been made!! Note: I will be posting a single video highlight for each program again this year and will then update each post with more videos from

Memphis Quartet Show 2019 – Thursday Events

Final updates are made! Memphis Quartet Show 2019 – Thursday EventsNote: I will be posting a single video highlight for each program again this year and will then update each

Memphis Quartet Show 2019 – Wednesday Evening

Final Updates are made!! Note: I will be posting a single video highlight for each program again this year and will then update each post with more videos from home

Diplomats Homecoming, Night 3 – with The Guardians and 4Calvary (Calhoun, GA)

I was able to attend the final night of the Diplomats’ homecoming event at Heritage Baptist Church in Calhoun, Georgia. I have heard that the first two nights were very

CD Review: “Victory Shout” – The Kingsmen

Is “Victory Shout” another victory for The Kingsmen?

Audio Review: Jeremy & Rachel Chupp – Breakthrough

Jeremy & Rachel Chupp’s latest CD titled Breakthrough features several familiar classics including “I Know Who Holds Tomorrow”, “He Is Mine”, “In The Highways”, and “Patching It Up.” Producer Jeremy

New Music Reviews – Early May 2019

Due to the large number of new releases in May, reviews will be spread over two articles. Enjoy the wealth of new music! Steven Curtis Chapman gets the Gaither Gospel