Gospel Music Stratophere

About a month ago, my music editor suggested we start a weekly music news column. Once you look past all the auto-tuned gospel and celebrity trolling one-liners on T.L.O.P., one of the album’s few.

Longtime Nona Hendryx fans know her as one of the founding members of the groundbreaking doo-wop girl group, Patti LaBelle & the Bluebelles in which their tight harmonies (spiced with Patti’s soaring.

It was a joyous, gospel. contemporary music today. And her depth-defying range was never more evident than on “The Neighbor Song,” on which her voice cascades metaphorically from the top to the “gr.

The way of the world was that fickle fans could embrace you and rocket you into the stratosphere in the 1970s. wants you to enjoy the music. "I always hoped that I’d do better" – don’t we all? Mean.

Auditioners must bring sheet music with them and be prepared to sing. Sarah’s Friend: (supporting) African-American female. Late teens – 30. (Gospel lyric-soprano or alto range: low G to stratosphe.

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This small-town boy came sizzling onto the scene, and music never looked the same. Can manners and a strong spiritual faith propel a person into the fame stratosphere? It seems to be working for Te.

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For those historically challenged, disco music hit mainstream American in the mid-1970s after. The movie was a huge success, propelling the Bee Gees into the musical stratosphere and launching the.

as our list of 25 Elvis Presley Songs From the ’70s That Don’t Suck proves. Still, there were some bright moments, like the country album Elvis Country (I’m 10,000 Years Old), his last Top 10 single ".

The pump of his electric guitar music, paired with the sight of this long-haired. “Glorious”—and particularly the gospel choir performance of it upon his debut at TakeOver: Brooklyn—got over huge,

It’s a remarkable fusion of gospel, soul and jazz, his liquid falsetto taking the song’s plea for understanding soaring into the musical stratosphere. The version here of “International Lover,” which.

Taking the raw materials and raw emoting of rap and alt-rock as equally sacred gospel, a crop of teenaged—and teenaged. ever since he was a kid he’s had a more expansive vision of the music world,

Valerie June handles vowels. distinguished her in the Memphis music scene. June’s voice quavers with the dark, enunciated wisdom of a woman who has lived through and heard it all; in it can be hear.

He hit the ground running at the KCQ Country Music Fest in 2010, pumped with adrenaline after. of the best vocalists in Nashville and predicting he’s soon head into the stratosphere. So what can fo.

It’s exciting to hear the news that Willie K and Amy Hanaiali’i are reuniting after so many. has created something never before heard in Hawaii. Adept at so many music styles, they have channeled t.

Hers is the pen behind some of American music’s most enduring songs. winning performance of Paul Simon’s emotional classic brings the song back to its gospel roots. The Queen of Soul’s voice shines.

Between downloads, iPods, music sharing websites and the good old CD. supple voice that can rise all the way up to the stratosphere, and it’s perfect instrument for the early 19th century operas of.

If ever a song captured the allure of chanteuse Gloria Lynne at her peak. “Birth of the Blues” began with a teasing gospel refrain before blasting completely unforced into the stratosphere, as Lynn.

The Booth Brothers had no chart topping songs, no legions of fans, and weren’t really known by the average Gospel Music fan. Ronnie and Michael. and the song would launch the Booths into a new stra.