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‘I’m Glad About It’: How The Louisville Story Program Is Securing The City’s Legacy of Black Gospel Music Across Decades

By |July 16th, 2024|

The history and influence of Black gospel music is being revitalized in Louisville through a one-of-a-kind cultural preservation initiative known as I'm Glad About It: The Legacy of Gospel Music in Louisville, 1958-1981.

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‘I’m Glad About It’: How The Louisville Story Program Is Securing The City’s Legacy of Black Gospel Music Across Decades

By |July 16th, 2024|

The history and influence of Black gospel music is being revitalized in Louisville through a one-of-a-kind cultural preservation initiative known as I'm Glad About It: The Legacy of Gospel Music in Louisville, 1958-1981.

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LATEST 5 STAR REVIEWS 

  • CeCe Winans More Than This cover

    Fresh off her multi-award-winning debut live project Believe For It, CeCe Winans drops another five-star live project with More Than This.

  • John Paul McGee A Gospejazzical Christmas Jazz Urbane (release date: November 16, 2023) Guest review by David McGee In A Gospejazzical Christmas, the first new recording we’ve heard from Dr. John Paul McGee, Ph.D., since his acclaimed 2022 release, Gospejazzical Vol. 1, the gifted pianist-songwriter-producer-vocal arranger (currently assistant chair of piano at the Berklee College [...]

  • For its sixth album and first in three years, gospel group Anthony Brown and Group TherAPy offers a battery of scripture-based affirmations on its album of the same name.

  • Jekalyn Carr Jekalyn New Day Entertainment (release date: October 20, 2023) By Robert M. Marovich Jekalyn Carr, gospel music’s queen of encouragement, returns with a self-titled album that captures her unconquerable energy even as the lyrics focus less on the power of positive thinking and action, and more on the power of praise, worship, [...]

  • Gaither Tribute is a big bouquet of roses for Bill and Gloria Gaither. 

LATEST PICK OF THE WEEK – SINGLES

  • JDimock Medicine single cover

    Denver, Colorado, singer-songwriter JDimock’s influences include Ed Sheeran and Post Malone, which is why his single “Medicine” moves to a hook-laden hip-hop-meets-rock sensibility.

  • “Jesus Lift Me Up” Jim Vierra feat. Ron Poindexter Fifty Something Records (release date: May 6, 2024) By Robert M. Marovich Grammy-nominated vocalist Ron Poindexter’s melodious lead on “Jesus Lift Me Up” fills the song with the vibrant spirit of Hawkins Family-inspired contemporary gospel. The musicians and background vocalists offer strong assistance, and the [...]

  • Henry Thomas Warrell All Eyes on King Jesus cover

    he incessant and magisterial beat of the CCM-style hymn “All Eyes on King Jesus” by Harry Warrell commands the listener’s attention like a military tattoo.

  • Agree cover James Johnson

    There’s a lot to like about “Agree,” the new single by James Johnson Jr.

  • Eric Lee Brumley Electric Chair album cover

    “Share the Load” Eric Lee Brumley From the Old Bear Records album Electric Chair (single release date: March 1, 2024)

CONVERSATIONS WITH THE GOSPEL LEGENDS

Conversations with the Gospel Legends Special Edition: Eric Clark

December 9th, 2019|

On this episode of Conversations with the Gospel Legends, we talk with Eric Clark, a young man reconnecting with gospel legends to share their stories on a variety of media platforms. He's also a singer and songwriter, and has gospel music history in his own family. Enjoy!Conversations with the Gospel [...]

A City Called Heaven

By Robert Marovich

In A City Called Heaven, gospel announcer and music historian Robert Marovich shines a light on the humble origins of a majestic genre and its indispensable bond to the city where it found its voice: Chicago.

A City Called Heaven

By Robert Marovich

In A City Called Heaven, gospel announcer and music historian Robert Marovich shines a light on the humble origins of a majestic genre and its indispensable bond to the city where it found its voice: Chicago.

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