- A tradition in song: Sacred Harp returns to Cullman -- "If you’ve never heard Sacred Harp singing before — especially sung by a room filled to brimming with its most ardent enthusiasts — reading about it is a poor substitute for just experiencing it."
- Amy Grant’s new Christmas album reignites the old ‘What’s Christian enough?’ question -- "Is it Christian enough for Christian retail to support?"
- Apple Music Considering a Serious Price Drop, Sources Say -- "The sources are not inside Apple, but have been working closely with the Apple Music service since its launch."
- Charlie Louvin: One half of the celebrated country music duo the Louvin Brothers -- "Almost unchallenged, the Louvin Brothers were the greatest brother act in country music..."
- Christian Festival Association Membership Grows To All-time High -- "The Christian Festival Association (CFA), a group of the nation’s largest Christian music festivals, announced today that its number of participating member festivals had grown to a record number of 39 events going in to the 2017 festival season."
- Ken Hyder explores Gaelic Psalm-Singing -- "It is hard to believe that the strange, exuberant sound of Gaelic psalm-singing is a European, let alone British form of worship."
- Sacred Harp: Singing purely for the joy of singing -- "Where Gregorian chant meets bluegrass."
- The Black “Gospel” Music Industry Has Flatlined -- "I have heard people lament that the black ‘Gospel’ music industry has gone downhill."
- The joy of singing Sacred Harp -- "It's a beautiful place for anyone to come."
Thursday, November 03, 2016
A tradition in song, and other music links
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