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The Master’s Four

Recently, I was privileged to attend a service at Elim Lodge near Peterborough, Ontario. The guest musicians that day were the Master’s Four Quartet.  I attended that service purposely to…

A Gospel Music Giant: Gordon Jensen

Recently I had the good fortune of contacting Gordon Jensen. Back in my early years, the songs of Gord Jenson, along with other Gospel artists, lifted me out of many…

Henry and Hazel Slaughter

Since Jesus came and found me, and put His arms around me and all my binding fetters took away, although I’ve loved Him dearly and trusted Him sincerely, I’ve never…

Ernie Couch and Revival Celebrating Twentieth Anniversary– With Year-Long 20 Tour

The year was 1993.  On March 28th, Ernie Couch and Revival (EC&R) stepped onto the stage of a packed Nashville auditorium filled to capacity. The attendance was, according to one…

Canadian Talent: The Proverbs

I have known Dave Daw and the Proverbs for a great number of years. Dave is a stickler for excellence both in his role with the group and in his…

Naomi Sego: Portrait of a Legend

Those of us who have been around Southern Gospel Music for any length of time know who Naomi Sego is. I think I have mentioned before how I bumped into…

What Does Christmas Mean To You?

I asked a few Gospel Music artists and friends to share some words about what Christmas means to them. Mark Lanier has long been considered among Gospel Music’s favorite artists.…

The Kingsway Quartet: Canadian Gospel

Please let me introduce to you my friends The Kingsway Quartet, based out of London, Ontario, Canada. I have known Mark McLellan, manager of the Quartet, for several years now…

My Southern Gospel Experience: A Canadian’s Journey Into An American Tradition

Roy Tremble If I were to say the name Roy Tremble, just about everyone associated with Southern Gospel music would think of the Cathedral Quartet. Roy joined the Cathedral Quartet…

My Southern Gospel Experience: A Canadian’s Journey Into An American Tradition – Big John Hall

Anyone who has been associated with Southern Gospel Music for any length of time will know the name “Big John Hall”.   This great baritone/bass singer has been around the Gospel…