Wilburn and Wilburn – Family Ties

Family Ties was released by Wilburn and Wilburn in September of this year (2011) and brings fans of this duo new, exciting material in Gospel Music!  This father and son team took on a distinct Country sound with encouraging lyrics.  The lyrics span a broad range of topics, including themes on family, heaven, salvation and…

Cd Review – Red Roots

Red Roots have been making a splash in Southern Gospel Music with their Country/Bluegrass sound and family harmony. With their current single, Lord, I’m Listening, climbing up the Singing News Charts, this trio from Mississippi is making their mark, which if you read the review below, is a good one. Musically, there is a strong…

Cd Review: More Than Enough – The Whisnants

The Whisnants have released a new project this summer (2011) entitled, More Than Enough.  On this recording you will continue to hear the sound that the Whisnants have established themselves in.  All the songs fit their style musically and vocally – you won’t find anything out of the ordinary on this Cd.  One thing I…

CD Review: The Waiting Is Over – Tribute Quartet

Excellent ~ is the only way to describe Tribute’s new Cd, The Waiting Is Over.  Vocally, musically and lyrically, this project is just tremendous!  These four guys captured both energy and emotion in the studio with these songs, it’s impossible not to hear it!  I was personally impressed with how many fast and medium tempo…

CD Review: Wilburn and Wilburn

Wilburn & Wilburn is the first project launched by the father and son team, Jonathan and Jordan Wilburn.  Many are familiar with Jonathan from his Gold City days, and even his son Jordan captured the spotlight at Inspiration Park as a young soloist following in his father’s footsteps.  This Cd captures Jonathan and Jordan’s first…

CD Review: Mark Trammell Quartet – Treasures

The release of the Mark Trammell Quartet’s new Cd, Treasures, takes us back in time to the classic songs of the Cathedrals.  This project is the “unofficial” tribute to those two men who Mark sang with in his early career, Glen and George.  These twelve songs are now standards in the genre and have been…

CD Review: Lauren Talley – Songs In The Night

This solo project by Lauren Talley was released in the summer of 2010, and if you have heard her talk about these songs, you’ll realize how special they are to Lauren and can become the same to you or a friend. With her current radio single from this Cd, In Christ Alone, doing very well…

CD Review: Mark Bishop – I Still Need Him

If you had to sum up this project with only one word, it would be this ~ refreshing.  Once again, Mark Bishop has taken simple Bible stories that we’ve heard a million times and given them a fresh, new outlook.  What I love most about Mark’s writing, is that he comes up with concepts that…

ANCHORMEN/ALWAYS HAVE A ROAD – CD REVIEW

“Being confident of this very thing, that he which hath begun a good work in you will perform it until the day of Jesus Christ: Even as it is meet for me to think this of you all, because I have you in my heart; inasmuch as both in my bonds, and in the defense…