- First Impressions Matter (30)
RussllG: Speaking of first impressions. Im not a big bluegrass fan but saw the young bluegrass group “Southern Raised” on Great American Gospel and I was hooked. Their vocals and...
Rita R: I love this family’s comment.
Scott Godsey joins Daywind staff (13)
Joe Lane: Remember Welcome To Heaven by the Singing Americans or did y’all mention that one already. Clayton Inman was in it. Also Rick Strickland Ed Hill Dwayne Burke.
Daniel J. Mount: Might that be “Cool Water”? I’ve never seen the video of either. Can anyone find the video on YouTube that Brent’s talking about?
Gayla: Many of us firmly believe that the Statesmen Quartet truly had the first “concept videos” in any genre of music! They had a network TV show sponsored by the National Biscuit...
Daniel J. Mount: I’m not seeing anything show up when I search for that on YouTube.
Brent J.: When you get the chance, go to Youtube and look up the Statesmen singing “Heading Home”. I would label that one of the first Southern Gospel concept videos…..
Songs from John (35)
Daniel J. Mount: Well, at the time this came up, I’m not sure the LeFevre Quartet rendition was out yet (and if it was, I probably didn’t have a copy yet!)
joshvanklomp: You have “Come and See” by the Roy Knight Singers, but not by the LeFevre Quartet
Saturday News Roundup #201 (109)
Darrell: This is now the 109th comment on this post. What amazes me is that in all the things Daniel shared way back on Saturday, including two groups involved in bus accidents, a former singer...
Pam: You’re right… on second thought, never mind.
Paul the Concert Guy: Just having fun!
Paul the Concert Guy: This discussion might just be starting all over again…hold on, here we go! (I think I just made a Dove Bros. joke…hold on…get it).
Pam: I think the truth is rather obvious – people enjoy country music including churchgoers. We can try to justify it with our concern for souls, but country music is what it is. Why sing a...
Upcoming Southern Gospel CD/DVD Releases, December 2013 (107)
Josh: Thanks. I actually included the smiley just to let him know the spirit in which it was meant, but in all honesty I have this feeling that he’s pretty young, and didn’t catch that.