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The Best of the Gospel Sessions

Al Green has sold an astounding 20 million records. He’s been named to the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, the Gospel Music Association Hall of Fame, and to Rolling Stone Magazine’s Top 100 Artists of All Time. In 2008, Green was honored with a Lifetime Achievement Award by BET. That same year, Green’s latest […]

Gospel Sessions The

The Oak Ridge Boys are considered one of the greatest groups in Country Music history. Long before their many hits like Elvira and Bobbie Sue, they dominated the world of Gospel Music. Originally known as The Oak Ridge Quartet, they began performing in the early 1940s and Time Magazine dubbed them one of the “top […]

Florida Boys: Ultimate Collection

With the announcement of their retirement, The Florida Boys end 60 years of an institution loved and revered in the world of Gospel Music. Their legacy, however, lives on. New Haven Record’s latest installment of the Gospel Legacy Series celebrates the contribution of the Florida Boys with “The Ultimate Collection.” The first generation of Southern […]

The Speers: First Family Of Gospel Music

“First Family of Gospel Music” – It’s both a figurative and fairly literal title. On the literal side, The Speer Family was formed in 1921 by G.T. “Dad” Speer and his wife, Lena “Mom” Speer. On the figurative side, for much of the next 80 years, The Speer Family was firmly planted at the top […]

Classic Hits

Make a list of recording artists who defined their era, and the list is deservedly short. Make a list of artists who have defined several eras — well, those artists don’t make lists. They make legacies. When The Imperials hit the music scene more than four decades ago, they had a sound that immediately changed […]

Hinson Hits: Gospel Legacy Series

The Hinsons were one of the most popular groups of all time with their country Southern Gospel style. Over the years The Hinsons made a great impact on gospel music lovers. Winning numerous awards, charting in the top 10 multiple times, including 4 #1’s, fans worldwide agree that they set the pace for other artists […]

Treasury Of Memories

J.D. Sumner and the Stamps Quartet were one of the most historical and influential music pioneers of our time. They were the first to record Southern Gospel music on a major label RCA Records in 1927. They were also the first to have a mainstream hit single with “Give The World A Smile.” J.D. Sumner […]

The Essential Collection

When one first hears the name “Goodman” they immediately think of The Happy Goodmans. From that famous group came one of the greatest singers and songwriters of all time… Rusty Goodman. Starting out in the late 50’s singing baritone for the Plainsmen Quartet, Rusty quickly captured the attention of many fans by being one of […]

A Lifetime Of Fav

Vestal Goodman was a pioneer in gospel music, ministering and performing for more than half a century. Born in Fyffe, Alabama, she began singing in the church. Her original intent was to study for the Metropolitan Opera, but being raised in church she felt compelled to sing Gospel music. And that she did. Vestal became […]