“Wherever This Is Ohio” – Mark Trammell

A week down the road we found ourselves cruising down the curvy roads of Ava, Ohio in search of the Ava United Methodist Church.  This would be our third concert to attend while on vacation and we were soaking it up!  Ava was a small town with big character.  For the first time ever, we…

God Had A Hand In It

After seeing Tribute in Ohio on Friday night, we drove back to our hotel and tried to get some sleep for all the adventures that awaited us on Saturday.  What would those adventurous undertakings be?  Hmmm, let me give you a hint – one has to do with a concert and another with where the…

Video: Remembering The Music At Praisefest

Enjoy a few clips from the “Remember The Music” concert hosted at Praisefest Branson. These songs pay tribute to the legendary Cathedral Quartet by Southern Gospel Music’s top artists: Legacy Five, Greater Vision and the Mark Trammell Quartet.  

Fairfield, Fried Baloney and Flower Pots

If you have been following my Facebook and/or Twitter account, you’ll know that my family and I just arrived home from our vacation. In two weeks, we passed through eight states, drove over 2,500 miles, visited family, the Creation Museum, Gettysburg, a conference, saw the moonbow at Cumberland Falls, and of course, a Southern Gospel…

Part Two – Jubilee Concert

Greater Vision was the last group to perform before the intermission and kicked off their set with a well-loved number, He’d Still Been God.  As the song ended Gerald’s eyes lit up and he let out a whoop!  Then he hit the next track – a medley of hymns with the theme “redeemed.”  (Since I…

Tin-Ears, Macho Men, Barley Tones and a Lone Bass Singer…

After a trek to Nebraska on Wednesday I found myself driving to another concert that very Saturday, only this one took me in the opposite direction – Tennessee!  That weekend was the much anticipated “Jubilee 3” tour with Greater Vision, Legacy Five and the Booth Brothers.  I was privileged to be able to attend one…

CD Review: Jubilee 3

I remember when the first Jubilee project came out – it was the “rave” in SGM.  When Jubilee 2 was released, fans were ecstatic that Greater Vision, The Booth Brothers and Legacy Five were continuing the series.  Its mind blowing to think that now, I am sitting down to review Jubilee 3!  The first two…

Book Review: On The Other Side by Candy Christmas

The thought may have crossed your mind that Southern Gospel Music artists are like missionaries.  Instead of battling the mission fields of Africa or South America, these men and women fight on the front lines of home.  In churches, convention centers, festivals…and even under a bridge.  Wherever they are, they bring the message of Jesus…

GIVE-A-WAY …the waiting has just begun!

Hello everyone, and welcome to the June give-a-way on Lynn’s Chronicles!  Since today obviously isn’t the first Friday of the month, allow me to explain why I’m late in posting this contest.  The last week my family and I have been on vacation: so far we have traveled to Ohio (to visit family), Pennsylvania (for…

CD Review: Me and a Piano – Jeff Stice

If you have ever seen Triumphant Quartet in concert, been to a piano showcase at NQC (National Quartet Convention) or another venue that features SGM pianists, you’ve heard Jeff Stice tare the keys up a time or two.  Sometimes he’ll play a exciting rendition of “Joshua Fit’ The Battle Of Jericho,” and at other times…