Tag Archive: Interviews

Feb 25

“Preacher, Tell Me Like It Is”: Behind the Song with Rodney Griffin

Even during my first listens to Greater Vision’s most recent recording, For All He’s Done, one song began to stand out among the others.  “Preacher, Tell Me Like It Is” is a fun listen musically, and also contains a forthright lyric pointed right at the preacher man.  Even though it’s sung “to” the preacher, its message …

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Feb 11

An Interview With David Ragan

David Ragan has been a familiar face in gospel music for several years, as lead singer for the Inspirations, one of the greatest quartets in gospel music history.  Now he has found a new home with one of gospel music’s greatest mixed groups, the Perrys.  With the Perrys, David has had the opportunity to showcase …

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Jan 20

Your Walk Talks Blog Tour – Stop #2

Southern Gospel Critique is honored to host the second stop on the Mark Trammell Quartet’s Your Walk Talks Blog Tour!  The Mark Trammell Quartet is one of my personal favorite groups on the road today.  They consistently apply their top-notch vocal ability to great songs with a traditional quartet style, which is on display throughout their brand-new …

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Dec 18

“I’ll Know I’m Home”: Behind the Song with Jeff Crews and Dianne Wilkinson

The first time I listened to the Kingdom Heirs’ Redeeming the Time project in May, I was blown away by how many great, utempo quartet songs it contained.  But as I continued to listen to it (repeatedly), one song began to stand out over the others, and it wasn’t one of the convention numbers.  It is …

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