The Origins of “Come and Go With Me to My Father’s House”

2022-09-22T01:44:25-05:00September 22nd, 2022|

Chris Fenner, Digital Archivist in the Archives & Special Collections department of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky, explores the origins of some of the most beloved hymns of the church. His latest article chronicles "Come and Go With Me to My Father's House." It's a fascinating study [...]

Hymn History: “The Blood Will Never Lose its Power”

2022-08-24T01:51:59-05:00August 24th, 2022|

Chris Fenner, editor of Hymnology Archive, does a deep dive on "The Blood Will Never Lose Its Power," exploring the 1912 hymn as well as Andrae' Crouch's breakout composition and whether there are connections between the two songs. Read the article here at:

Charles Fold Singers of Cincinnati Celebrate 50 Years

2021-11-14T20:40:01-06:00November 14th, 2021|

By Robert M. Marovich On Saturday, November 13, 2021, the Grammy Award-winning Charles Fold Singers of Cincinnati celebrated their 50th Anniversary with a program at Lincoln Heights Missionary Baptist Church, where Dr. Fold had been minister of music. Maryanne Zeleznik on Cincinnati Public Radio's "Cincinnati Edition" conducted an interview with [...]

The Robert Broussard Story

2021-09-01T02:01:19-05:00September 1st, 2021|

Partly based on telephone interviews with Robert Broussard in 2005 By Opal Louis Nations Robert Broussard is sadly one of the unheralded baritone shout leads from gospel quartet’s Golden Age. He led the jubilee-rooted Ever Ready Gospel Singers of Shreveport in 1953-1954, then switched to Nashville’s famous Skylarks Quartet near [...]

Who was Harvey?

2019-02-04T21:57:27-06:00February 3rd, 2019|

The Dali-esque artist who painted nearly 200 Savoy Records album covers during the 1960s--the majority for the label's gospel series--and signed his work "Harvey" with no surname, has been somewhat of a mystery to record collectors. On David Peterkofsky's For Keeps podcast, Robbie Rogers shines a light on who Harvey [...]

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