One of the most celebrated artists in Christian music, the legendary Gaither Vocal Band delivers an all-new DVD recording featuring group members Bill Gaither, David Phelps, Wes Hampton, Adam Crabb and Todd Suttles. Produced by Gaither and Phelps, along with Ben Isaacs (Oak Ridge Boys, The Isaacs), the release features the unmistakable harmonies that have garnered the group five GRAMMY nominations, two GRAMMY Awards and 17 GMA DOVE Awards. Recorded in an intimate, rustic setting just south of Nashville, the video includes interview footage with the group as well as guest performances by The Isaacs, Goodman Revival, Charlotte Penhollow Ritchie and The Nelons
1) Church In The Wildwood2) Unclouded Day3) Haven Of Rest4) Old Gospel Ship5) I Will Sing Of My Redeemer6) Love Of God7) Well Understand It Better By And By8) It Is Well With My Soul9) Love Lifted Me10) Just A Closer Walk With Thee11) Leaning On The Everlasting Arms12) There Is A Fountain13) Get Away Jordan14) Were Marching To Zion15) Little Is Much When God Is In It16) Redeemed17) Rock Of Ages18) Lead Me To That Rock19) Precious Memories20) This World Is Not My Home21) He Leadeth Me22) When The Saints Go Marching In23) His Eye Is On The Sparrow24) Leave It There25) There Is Power In The Blood26) In The Garden27) Highway To Heaven28) What A Friend We Have In Jesus29) Joy In My Heart30) Pass Me Not O Gentle Savior
A stellar collection of 12 favorites from the Gaither Homecoming Series,In The Gardentells the story of Easter through song. Featuring a power packed lineup of some of gospel musics most-loved artists, this recording includes Easter hymns There Is Power In The Blood and Burdens Are Lifted At Calvary in addition to contemporary favorites such as Hes Alive, sung by David Phelps, and Ive Just Seen Jesus, performed by Sandi Patty and Larnelle Harris. These handpicked selections are sure to enrich your celebration of this special season.
Just in time to celebrate the gospel music legend's 103rd birthday, this album features 20 of Shea's most beloved songs - and features guest performances by Amy Grant, the Bill Gaither Trio, and Reverend Billy Graham. Includes "Let Us Break Bread Together," "Victory in Jesus," "The Old Rugged Cross," "Amazing Grace," "I'd Rather Have Jesus," "At Calvary," and many more.
Bishop Leonard Scott has recorded Hymns & Church Songs "Live" from Alabama his second "Live" CD/DVD hymns project and follow-up to the successful Hymns for the Nation. Hymns & Church Songs "Live" from Alabama features Lillian Lilly, lead vocalist of the famed Mississippi Mass Choir, on the hit "Near the Cross". As a result of Bishop Scott's extensive tour schedule consumers recognize Bishop Scott as the leader in the hymns market making this new release an instant seller.
One of Gospel's most beloved choirs, The Tri-City Singers formed in the Carolina's (Spartanburg, SC, Gastonia, NC & Charlotte, NC) in 1993. They've topped the Gospel charts repeatedly since then with one radio hit after another. In 2006 the group retired but not without going out with a Grand Finale.
Track Listing 01. Livin (Live) 02. Blessed And Highly Favored (Live) 03. Instrument (Live) 04. Holy Will (Live) 05. Looking To Get There (Heaven) [Live] 06. God Understands All (Live) 07. My Redeemer Liveth (Live) 08. World (Live) 09. Pray For The USA (Live) 10. Jesus Is A Love Song (Live) 11. You Brought The Sunshine (Live)
Ronnie Milsap ranks as the pre-eminent country soul singer of his generation. He also represents much more than any two-word definition can convey: a humble, overtly friendly fellow with a talent as vast and multi-dimensional as the American South. Milsap provided country music with one of its most important voices as the genre was moving beyond its rural roots into the mainstream of modern entertainment.
His track record speaks loud and clear: 40 # 1 hits, Over 25 million records sold, seven Grammy Awards, four Academy of Country Music Awards, and eight Country Music Association Awards. Together, they underscore Milsap's position as one of the best-loved and most enduring artists in country music history. Th ... more