“Somewhere Listening” – The Wardlaw Brothers

“Somewhere Listening”
The Wardlaw Brothers

From the forthcoming album God’s Been There (due out Fall 2012)
Dubbed the “Boyz II Men of gospel” for their smooth, youthful harmonies and heartthrob leads, the five Wardlaw Brothers offer “Somewhere Listening,” a breezy, finger-popping song about the importance of preparing for the Rapture.  
Reworking the old spiritual with soft chords and pleading vocals, the group states it plainly: they don’t know when Jesus is coming back again, but “when the first trumpet sounds, I want to be somewhere around, listening for my name.”
The quintet’s forthcoming CD is produced by Grammy™ Award winning producer Cedric Thompson, Dove Award winning producer Antonio Neal, and Martin Luther Wardlaw.

About Bob Marovich

Bob Marovich is a gospel music historian, author, and radio host. Founder of Journal of Gospel Music blog (formally The Black Gospel Blog) and producer of the Gospel Memories Radio Show.

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