Black Gospel Music

Blues and what is known commercially as Black Gospel are inextricably connected.  Blues music first emerged in the Mississippi Delta, the Piedmont Southeast, Texas and Appalachia, around the turn of the twentieth century. Thomas Dorsey (July 1, 1899 – January 23, 1993) who would become known as “the father of black gospel music” had been a leading […]

There are moments captured on  film which leave an invaluable social etching on the soul of society. Gospel music is one form of music that…

Salvation and Deliverance Church Choir is headed to the How Sweet the Sound Grand Finale on October 28th in Los Angeles after winning the Charlotte performance on Monday. For more coverage and photos click here. Watch a video of the winning largest choir Shady Grove Wesleyan Church of Colfax and Salvation which won nearly every […]

Thus far the top ten black gospel songs of 2011 have been outstanding. There have been a few songs that have been standouts. # 10 Kirk Franklin “I Smile”- Is Back with a track that guarantees that you will appreciate everything in your life. He just finished hosting a 4th stellar season of Sunday Best. […]

Hip-Hop Gospel singer LeCrae took a few moments from his busy schedule to talk with me about the whirlwind year. Hip-Hop has always been pigeon holed as an instrument born of the streets and ugliness. LeCrae sees it as an opportunity to serve Christ with beauty.

Every so often God calls you. You may not know what that calling may be? You may not even know  when that calling will happen. Former baseball player Todd Dulaney joins Grant Desme who last year left major league baseball to become a Roman Catholic Priest.

Gospel Albums being released this Spring will add some spirit to your step. Here is a short list of what you should add to your music  collection.

Le’Andria Johnson, winner of Sunday’s Best is asking for prayers as she enters the entertainment business.