Two recent compilations highlight two vastly different sides of mid-Twentieth Century American Protestant music.
A haunting Appalachian murder ballad from the fine debut album by The Louvin Brothers.
Is this a slow-jam love song about that special someone, or is it a deeply meaningful praise song to God? You decide.
Though he left behind little over a dozen songs, mysterious gospel singer and preacher Washington Phillips’ music lives on today.
A fine live performance from one of the most important–and longest running–gospel quartet of our time.
Start your Sunday off right, with a concert from one of America’s finest Gospel singers.
A fine Gospel number for this Sunday morning courtesy of the Godmother of Rock and Roll. Enjoy it! (i know you will.)
This week we’re examining some of esteemed independent label Sub Pop’s diverse attempts at freeing themselves of the Grunge image they at one time insisted on being. First up: their lone R&B album.
Elbernita “Twinkie” Clark was the second daughter of Gospel legend Mattie Moss Clark, as well as a member of the Clark Singers, the highest-selling female gospel group to date. In 1979, Twinkie took some time off from the band to record her solo debut, Praise Belongs to God, an album of fine, gorgeous, contemporary Gospel… Read More ›
Galatians 3:28: There is neither Jew nor Greek, there is neither slave nor free, there is no male and female, for you are all one in Christ Jesus.