Commentary & Observations

Sounds Alike: “Love Like I’m Leaving” vs “I’m Alright”

My family and I do a lot of traveling, so we have a SiriusXM subscription to avoid having to constantly look for radio stations between locations. One of my favorite

Was there a better year for Gospel Music than 1985?

Was there a better year for Gospel Music than 1985? The Cathedrals were in the middle of the Danny & Mark years. Gold City was in the Brian & Ivan

The Future (or Past?) of Online Concerts

In May of 2020 (just as the pandemic began to really take hold globally), I wrote an article about how it could potentially impact the gospel music industry, especially live

Southern Gospel Breakfast Hour (and a missed opportunity?)

With the recent announcement of the Southern Gospel Music Association joining forces with the Biblical Times Theater in Pigeon Forge, TN, the SGMA now has not just a new home

The Bakkers, PTL, and Southern Gospel Music

Aside from their very public downfall, Jim and Tammy Faye Bakker had a large (and mutual) impact on southern gospel music.

Southern Gospel Music’s Audience (?)

Get your torches and your pitchforks ready…Kyle’s opening another can of worms!

Release Oddities – “Between Here and Heaven”

How did an album go from new release on a major gospel label to essentially “leaked”?

StowTown Records Vault Series

On Friday, November 27th, 2020, StowTown records surprised SG fans by releasing a digital remaster of a long-out-of-print record by the Cathedrals, Smooth as Silk. This album, originally released as

The COVID-19 Impact on Gospel Music

Coronavirus. COVID19. Wuhan. China. Sorry, just trying to get some keyword impact on my post… Yes, the #1 topic anywhere and everywhere you look is THE VIRUS and how it