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  1. With the exception of his protégé, Albert E. Brumley, no other Arkansas figure contributed more to the development of the Southern gospel music genre than singer, songwriter, and publisher Eugene Monroe Bartlett Sr. E. M. Bartlett was born on December 24, 1883, in the small community of Waynesville, Missouri, according to Barlett’s World War I draft card, though historians have variously ...

  2. Aug 29, 2021 · Gospel music icon Jim Hefner passed away on November 20, 2021. Hefner was most notably known for his love for gospel music and worked tirelessly to support it. Former president of the Southern Gospel Music Promoter’s Association, owner of The Southmen out of Alabama, Jim will be remembered for his sense of humor and kind heart when it came to ...

  3. The Gaither Vocal Band is an American southern gospel vocal group, named after its founder and leader Bill Gaither. As of September 2016, it consists of David Phelps, Wes Hampton, Adam Crabb, Todd Suttles, and Bill Gaither. Although the group started out recording contemporary Christian music in the 1980s, it became known for southern gospel after the popularity of the Gaither Homecoming ...

  4. Nov 25, 2020 · The philosophy of contemporary Southern Gospel is the philosophy that music is neutral and the world’s music can be used for the glory of God. During a concert tour in New England in 1986, Bill Gaither admitted that he had changed his musical style due to the influence of the “world’s culture.”

  5. Oct 21, 2021 · The Gospel Coalition’s Collin Hansen, in a tribute to T4G, called it “the visible manifestation of the ‘Young, Restless, Reformed,’” the name of his book about the movement, and ...

  6. Oct 06, 2021 · In 2020, after the George Floyd incident, many Southern Baptist churches began to embrace the Black Lives Matter movement. While most laypeople who went along with the movement were simply uninformed and thought they were doing good, leaders of this movement–for example, a pastor at former Southern Baptist president’s Summit Church, Mike Georges–appeared to know exactly what they were doing.

  7. One of the top gospel quartets of the postwar era, the Harmonizing Four were also a relative anomaly of the period; as their contemporaries raced to modernize their sound, rejecting the traditional jubilee style in favor of the intensity of the burgeoning "hard gospel" movement, the Four remained true to their roots, focusing instead on the spirituals and hymns of a time gone by.

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