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  1. Michael Howard Steps Down From Soul'd Out Quartet

    Michael Howard just played his final concert with Soul’d Out Quartet on November 22nd, 2015. Michael has been the piano player for 7 1/2 years.
  2. Brenda Smith, Wife Of Well-Known Southern Gospel Pastor, Passes Away

    There is hardly a group that hasn't been to the Boynton Church of God in Ringgold, GA, where the Pastor for years has been Rev. Steve Smith. His wife, Brenda, passed away on Saturday.
  3. Chapel Valley Welcomes The Hoskins Family

    Chapel Valley has announced the addition of multi-award-winning group, The Hoskins Family, to their roster of artists.
  4. Great Is Thy Faithfulness

    In the latest entry in "Lyrically Speaking", Lindsay Terry takes a look at the story behind the classic hymn, "Great Is Thy Faithfulness", recently sung by The Talleys.
  5. 2016 Brumley Gospel Sing To Take Place In Tulsa, OK

    On Singing News Radio today, Bob Brumley announced that one of Gospel music's largest events is making the move to the Mabee Center in Tulsa, OK
  6. Gus Gaches- On The Couch With Fouch

    Gus Gaches sits down with co-Legacy Five member to say goodbye and look back on his time with the group as he prepares to step down.
  7. Jerrel Don Brashear Passes Away At 74

    Jerrel Don Brashear, age 74, of The Brashears, passed into glory on Thursday, November 5, 2015, in Russellville.
  8. Bloom Where You’re Planted

    Learning to let yourself be used in your current place in life isn't easy, but Billy Blackwood explains how important it is to 'bloom' wherever God has placed you.
  9. Paul Roark Passes Away At 75

    Paul served the Lord his entire life, singing Gospel music for 42 years. He began his ministry with the Maranatha Singers and later formed his family group, The Roarks.
  10. Savana Catoe Foust, Southern Gospel Songwriter, Has Passed Away

    Savana Foust, who wrote more than 400 Gospel songs for artists from the Cathedrals to the Singing Americans, passed away on October 31st.