Posts From David Bruce Murray

David Bruce Murray

David Bruce Murray is a church music director in Ellenboro, NC. He is the author of Murray's Encyclopedia Of Southern Gospel Music and the owner of both and David plays piano for Southern Sounds Quartet and the Foothills Community Choir.

New Music Reviews: October 2021 Christmas Releases

Click HERE to listen to all these albums on YouTube Music; then, come back here to leave us a comment letting us know if you agree with our reviews! Artist:

News Nuggets: 10-29-21

NEWS OF THE WEEK Former Freedom Quartet owner and tenor singer John Rulapaugh has joined The Inspirationals Quartet based in Fort Worth, Texas. Rulapaugh will continue to appear with the

#NewsNuggets: 10-22-21

Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver retiring and MORE in News Nuggets!

Daywind Streaming No Longer Covered By CCLI

Recent changes in Daywind policy will impact small and mid-sized churches that stream music online.

#NewsNuggets: 10-15-21

High Road’s Kinsey Rose on The Voice and new releases highlight this episode of News Nuggets.

New Music Reviews: Early October 2021 Releases

DBM reviews brand new music by L5, GVB, LeFevres, and Williams/Lowry!

#NewsNuggets: 10-8-21

Featured image courtesy of Chip Woods Photography. NEWS OF THE WEEK The Singing News Fan Awards were presented last Friday afternoon during a showcase at the National Quartet Convention. Click

New Music Reviews: Late September 2021 Releases

Click HERE to listen to all of these albums except Still Standing by the Mark Trammell Quartet. Artist: Mark Trammell QuartetAlbum Title: Still StandingProducers: Mark Trammell & Trey IveyLabel: Crimson

#NewsNuggets: 10-1-21

NQC sets up shop in Pigeon Forge for ten more years, new releases, and MORE in News Nuggets.

NQC 2021: Wednesday Night

The crowd was noticeably larger on Wednesday than Monday and Tuesday night, but there are still many available seats. I did not attend the afternoon showcase. We arrived around 5:00

NQC 2021: Tuesday

I took in the afternoon showcase as well as the evening concerts at NQC on Tuesday. After a sermon by James Merritt, the rest of the afternoon showcase featured the