Kirk Franklin – “He Reigns (The Medley)” live from the 2003 GMA Dove Awards (2021) featuring an introduction by Kurt Warner. Continue reading
Keep Your Eyes on the Prize is a traditional song Gospel Plow also know as Hold On. The song became influential during the Civil Rights Movement of the 1950’s and 1960’s.
Music video by The Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir performing More Than Anything (Live).
Michael W Smith introduces Nicole C Mullen and The Nashville Super Choir in their rendition of Redeemer live from the 2001 GMA Dove Awards. Continue reading
Now behold the Lamb, is the most published song in hymnal collections, appearing first in the album Kirk Franklin and the Family Christmas (1995). Continue reading
Grammy-winning gospel artist Tye Tribbett gets the crowed fired up with a live performance of his song Only One Night Tho. Continue reading
Never Would Have Made It is a single by Marvin Sapp from his seventh studio album Thirsty. Marvin Sapp wrote this song as a tribute after the death of his father, Henry Lewis Sapp Jr. He testifies that it was created by divine inspiration the Sunday after his father’s burial.
This is an excerpt from Jester Hairston’s appearance in 1994 with the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, now called the Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square. Here is gets part way through Amen when he realizes it is too high. He is 93 years old in this appearance. Continue reading
Alan Eugene Jackson, an American country music singer, known for blending traditional honky tonk and mainstream country sounds and penning many of his own hits. He has recorded 14 studio albums, three Greatest Hits albums, two Christmas albums, one Gospel album and several compilations, all on the Arista Nashville label. The Old Rugged Cross was taken From Alan Jackson‘s Dvd ‘Precious Memories’ LIVE AT THE RYMAN. Continue reading
Multi-Grammy Award nominee Travis Greene’s new studio album, and particularly on its title track with Anthony Hamilton, Greene celebrates the transition, made possible through salvation, from an old way of living to a new and fuller life. That and the metaphors of Oil and Water—two elements united in the act of blessing or anointing although together, they don’t mix provide food for thought in contemplating the album’s meaning. Continue reading