Yes – Triumphant Quartet

There’s a lot to love about Yes, Triumphant Quartet’s new CD, released in the early part of 2019. Yes features eleven songs. From the eleven, eight of them were co-written by Scotty Inman and the industry’s best writers, such as: Kenna Turner West, Sue C. Smith, Lee Black, Tony Wood, Joel Lindsey and Jason Cox,…

God Has Provided – The Mark Trammell Quartet

What has God provided for you lately? Are you worry free because of His peace? Encouraged by godly examples of folks who walked through trials faithfully? If you’re waiting on God’s provision in your life, or, celebrating the provision you’ve already received – you need a copy of the Mark Trammell Quartet’s 2019 release, God…

Welcome To Me – Riley Harrison Clark

When a member of a group releases a solo album, it reveals that a distinct period of growth has taken place in the artist’s career. To craft a solo album, one has to understand their craft not just as a singer, but as a communicator. The music on Riley Harrison Clark’s new solo album, Welcome…

“Ready For Revival” – The Guardians

Wow. That’s about all you can say when you finish listening to the Guardians new CD, Ready For Revival. I had a preview of this album at the National Quartet Convention (NQC) a few weeks ago, and knew right away I was going to like it.  When you can get a crowd of 10,000 people…

Unexpected – Jason Crabb

Unexpected is Jason Crabb’s new CD that released April 20, 2018.   The recording features ten new songs produced by Jay Demarcus and Dottie Leonard Miller.  Fans of Jason Crabb know his music has a natural swing to it that reflects Black Gospel, Blues/Jazz and Progressive Gospel; and together, these styles give this new album a…

Full Sail – Mark Trammell Quartet

When was the last time you faced a storm in life?  Something that tossed you to and fro in the turbulent waves…  Something that made you look up to find a ray of sunshine through the clouds…  Something that made you wonder if the Captain abandoned your ship?  Do you remember what it felt like…

CD Review: Mark Bishop & Forget The Sea

A new sound – created by instruments associated with an old style.  Lyrics that speak to the struggles of this day and age – told through words that take you back to a place of simplicity and country life.  A Gospel Music veteran introducing another generation to the music, picking and power of a well-placed…

CD Review: What If – The McKameys

The McKameys’ music has always been a blessing to me.  The music itself is soothing.  It is the kind that will inspire you.  It’s the kind that reminds you of the goodness of God.  When I select a McKameys CD on my iPod, I know that I’ll hear a variety of acoustic instruments like the…

CD Review: Pray Now – Karen Peck & New River

Anointed music stems from a ministry that’s growing – and Karen Peck and New River’s 2015 release, Pray Now, is an example of such progress.  I remember seeing KPNR in concert many times in 2014, and every time Karen shared with the audiences how their pastor had challenged their congregation to say the Lord’s Prayer…

CD Review: Walk of Faith – The Whisnants

What does it mean to live and walk by faith?  If you have the Whisnants new CD, Walk of Faith, you’ll hear a definition in every song.  Whether it is learning not to worry, witnessing to a friend or embracing how much God loves you – the whole project sums up the very subject. A…