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  1. Southern gospel music (sometimes marketed as quartet music) is a sub-genre of gospel music. It is composed and performed for many purposes, ranging from aesthetic pleasure, religious or ceremonial purposes, to an entertainment product for the marketplace. A common theme as with most Christian music is praise, worship, or thanks to God. View wiki

  2. Southern Gospel Music || Best Old Time Southern Gospel Songs || Top Old Time Southern Gospel MusicSouthern Gospel Music || Best Old Time Southern Gospel Song...

  3. Come Home to the All-New CBN Southern Gospel station! You’ll hear a sweet southern blend of bluegrass, classic gospel, and southern gospel favorites! Listen now to your favorite southern gospel ...

  4. Gospel music came out of African beginnings in Southern America, and is still mostly made by the black community, despite having widened to be enjoyed by many diverse people throughout the world. Early writers and singers of these hymns after they were termed gospel in the 19th century included Philip Bliss and Ira D Sankey.

  5. Dec 06, 2012 · No doubt Southern Gospel is one of my favorite genres of music. Southern Gospel got its start in what we know as the “Bible belt” in the southeastern United States. It is Christian music with a southern (country) style. This could be music sung by solo artists, family bands and trios and quartets. In this genre, unlike some other Christian music, you will hear styles of jazz, ragtime, pop ...

  6. Southern Raised has the vocal talent and the songs to become a dual-genre success in Southern Gospel. Their live presentations infuse their classical precision with their energy.”-Daniel Mount, Southern Gospel Journal ~ a group of award winning kinfolk, trained in classical music but raised in the bluegrass soaked Ozark Mountains.

  7. Urban Contemporary Gospel Hymns for Funerals. Urban contemporary gospel music is a recent sub-genre of gospel music, though early forms can be dated back to the 1970’s when songs like The Clark Sisters’s “You brought the sunshine,” Edwin Hawkins’s “Oh Happy Day” and Andrae Crouch’s “Take Me Back” became mainstream hits.

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