Tag: Booth Brothers

Quick Hits 5

In this Gaither-ized edition of Quick Hits, we’ll examine three albums recently released by artists who have long been a part of the Homecoming roster.  Enjoy!   A Tribute to the Songs of Bill and Gloria Gaither (Booth Brothers) Gaither songs, with their often-intricate melodies, fit the Booth Brothers like a glove, and this release …

Continue reading

NQC 2012: Saturday Showcases

(Sorry this is so late.  I had a nice post all typed out last week, but when I went in later to finalize and publish it, all of it was gone except for two sentences.  If you happen to find the rest of it floating in cyberspace somewhere, let me know.) We had to get …

Continue reading

NQC 2012: Thursday and Friday Showcases

I covered my highlights of the evening concerts from last week, but some of the best music I heard was during the day at various showcases.  Here are some of the highlights of things I saw in the mornings and afternoons!   Gaither Vocal Band Reunion – Thursday Afternoon It was a treat to see …

Continue reading

NQC 2012: Thursday Night

I’m having to do this quickly, since I’m between morning chapel and the Gaither showcase.  Last night went long, and it was a very tiring, but rewarding day.   While there were big moments, the energy in the crowd wasn’t quite as consistent as it was Wednesday night.  This time around I had seats in …

Continue reading

NQC 2012: Anticipation

As of this writing, it’s about 24 hours until I depart for my first National Quartet Convention.  NQC 2012 is already in full swing, and I feel as if I’m arriving late.  But Wednesday night will find me in Freedom Hall, enjoying the greatest music on earth.  Here’s what I’m most looking forward to this …

Continue reading

Album Review: Let It Be Known (Booth Brothers)

On the heels of last year’s critically acclaimed table project Declaration, Let It Be Known is the Booth Brothers’ first Daywind project of new songs in over three years.  There are two things you can count on from the Booth Brothers, particularly the lineup of Michael, Ronnie, and Jim Brady: some of the tightest harmony …

Continue reading