Adam Edwards

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Steve French Passes Away

Today is a tough day.  It’s tough because the news broke that one of the greatest influences in my music ministry is gone.  The news of Steve’s passing broke yesterday (June 28, 2016), and I’m just in shock. I first heard of Steve and the Kingdom Heirs back in 1995 and it was the music of …

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Album Review: Miles Pike – Candid

I’ll be honest with you….over the past couple of years or so I’ve became disenchanted with Southern Gospel music as a whole.  Not sure the exact reason of this, perhaps it’s just a season of life to go through.  During this time I’ve been on a hiatus from listening to anything other than some old …

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‘Happy Rhythm’ from The Ball Brothers featuring new bass vocalist, Jon Epley

I am looking forward to hearing all of the new project from the Ball Brothers. This clip from the recent tour in Ireland gives us a small taste of good things to come. These guys have a great sound! Be happy today! Here's a clip from Belfast, Northern Ireland. Featuring our newest member Jon Epley …

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The Inspirations – First Look At New Vocal Lineup

Here’s an extended video of the new lineup for the Inspirations Quartet.  The Inspirations welcome Harold Reed as their new tenor and Joe Brown singing Bass.  They join Melton Campbell and Matt Dibler, their baritone and lead singer respectively.

“I’m Praying For You” – concept video from the Troy Burns Family

Take a few moments and watch this video from Inspirations’ alumni, Troy Burns, and his precious family.  What a message!

Really Southern Gospel Music (featuring Quarteto Gileade)

These guys are good….thankful for my four years of Spanish in college now 😉 disfrutar de la música ;

Norman Wilson (Primitive Quartet) passes away

It’s been a sad day for me since learning about the passing of one of my friends and heroes in Gospel music.  Norman Wilson, the original and only tenor for the Primitive Quartet, went home to Heaven yesterday while on a hunting trip. I became acquainted with Norman in the 1980’s, but it wasn’t until …

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