Mid February Southern Gospel Chart

Here are the Texas Gospel Canada Top 20 Southern Gospel Songs for Mid February 2020:

1 Going There – Triumphant Quartet

2 The People that God Gives You – Bowling Family

3 Come Sunday Morning – The Old Paths

4 Come to the Well – Kingdom Heirs

5 God Says You Can – Hyssongs

6 What Only God Can Do – Michael Booth

7 Go Ask Moses – Mark Trammel Quartet

8 The Power Of An Empty Tomb – The Erwins

9 A Lot With A Little – 11th Hour

10 Hallelujah March – Heart 2 Heart

11 Can I Get A Witness – The Sound

12 Be That Kind – Zane & Donna King

13 Days Like This – Martins

14 Glorious God – Lauren Talley

15 This Is The Place – Gaither Vocal Band

16 You Are Loved – Jeff & Sheri Easter

17 Keep Me Close – The Whisnants

18 This Storm – Brian Free & Assurance

19 When The Answer is No – The Talleys

20 When God Says Wait – The Browders

Taylors release first song from their Salvation’s Song project

The TaylorsTexas Gospel Canada added a new song from The Taylors to our Southern Gospel Music channel this evening. House of God is the first single from The group’s new project Salvation’s Song.

In this song, The Taylors remind us of the purpose of the church: a place where saints and sinners alike can find rest for their souls. Ernie Haase of StowTown records said he hopes the song will encourage listeners to be true to the character of Christ to everyone who comes through the doors.

“This song might also bring hope to the backslidden or non-believer that their local church could be a place for them to find refuge and hope in Jesus for this life,” said Haase

The Taylors are in their 13th year in Southern Gospel. The brother-sister trio, made up of Jonathan, Suzanne, and Chris Taylor, is based in North Carolina. Listen for their new song House of God on Texas Gospel Canada!

Gaither Music Group Congratulates Gloria Gaynor on GRAMMY Win

From the Gaither Music Group

Gaither Music Group is proud to congratulate legendary songstress Gloria Gaynor her GRAMMY® Award win on Sunday night.

Gaynor received a Best Roots Gospel Album GRAMMY for Testimony, her powerful new gospel album, as well as a Best Gospel Performance/Song Nomination for “Talkin’ ‘Bout Jesus,” a stirring gospel track featuring Yolanda Adams.

Since its release last summer, Testimony has been drawing praise for its collection of original inspirational songs and soulful hymns – from Gaynor’s powerful take on “Amazing Grace” to “Man of Peace,” her cover of the Bob Dylan classic. Recorded in Nashville’s iconic former RCA Studio A and released by Gaither Music, the album features a sensational lineup of talent alongside Gaynor, including special guests Jason Crabb, Mike Farris, and Bart Millard (MercyMe), as well as backup vocals from Latrese Bush, Melinda Doolittle, Jason Eskridge, and Emoni Wilkins.

“I am ecstatic and truly grateful to God for gifts and favor, to the Academy for this recognition and honor and to the Gaithers, Primary Wave and ‘Team Gaynor’ for their love, support, and expertise,” said Gaynor.

“We are honored to represent this gospel release from Gloria,” stated Paul Sizelove, president of the label. “Not only did she make a stellar recording, she created a work of art that celebrated her journey of faith through trials and triumphs. It has been a joy to partner with her and her team to share these songs with the world.”

Long known as the Queen of Disco, Gaynor won the only GRAMMY Award ever presented for Best Disco Recording for her 1978 song “I Will Survive.” In 2015, she was nominated for a Best Spoken Word Album Award for the audio recording of her motivational book We Will Survive: True Stories of Encouragement.

New Taylor on the way!

The TaylorsCongratulations are in order for Chris Taylor of the Taylors.  He and his wife are expecting the arrival of their son, soon….VERY SOON!

The Taylors are made up of Jonathan, Suzanne, and Chris.  The North Carolina trio has been together as a group for 12 years.

The Taylors’ current single is Love Still Flows and is #39 on the Singing News Top 80, up from #60 last month.

Do you remember…

daywindGreg Goodman, Daywind Music Group

Staff/Volunteer

From the resources at the SGMA Research Library, we have a look at the Singing News chart from this month, January, 1983….37 years ago!

We always think of the #1 song, but what was the #2 song that month? Well, from the vinyl collection at the SGMA Research Library, we bring you the song that was number 2 that month…and the month before that. It was the Insprirations with “Thery’re Holding Up The Ladder!” The song comes from the Canaan Records LP, “Someday.”

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From Singing News-January 1983

The Inspirations is based in Bryson City, NC. The quartet began in 1964 when Martin Cook, a teacher at Swain County High School, invited several young men to his home for evenings of singing. The group began traveling to gospel singings. Decades later they continue to make albums with a traditional gospel sound.

This quick journey down memory lane, is thanks to the Southern Gospel Music Association.  The organization works tirelessly to preserve the heritage and history of southern gospel music.

Want to learn more?  Visit http://www.sgma.com.

 

Classic song from The Greenes remastered and released

Greenes - HallelujahTexas Gospel Canada tonight added a new release from the Greenes to our music rotation. The song is actually a remastered classic from the group.

The Greenes were a highly sought-after, full-time touring group that regularly appeared at NQC and on Gaither Homecoming videos until Tony’s unexpected death in 2010.

“Heaven In The House” is from Hallelujah – the last project the group ever recorded and produced by the late Lari Goss. The song was personally chosen for radio by TaRanda’s husband, StowTown Records co-owner Landon Beene, because of its fun, upbeat nature and its classic “Greene’s sound.”

We hope you enjoy this glimpse from our genre’s heritage. We also hope you are encouraged by its timeless message about what happens when we choose to praise the Lord!

Listen for “Heaven in the House” on Texas Gospel Canada.

The Steeles release first song from upcoming CD

The Steeles imageThe artwork for The Steeles new CD has not yet been created, but they have already sent Texas Gospel Canada a cut for airplay. “A Song To Remind You” debuted this evening as The Steele’s first release of 2020.

God has great plans for each of us in 2020, though our faith may be tested through trials and hardships. Some people begin the year still walking through difficulties that began last year or even years ago. Others will encounter new challenges this year.

“A Song To Remind You” is just what the title says, an upbeat, positive tune that reminds us Jesus will keep us from walking through any adversity on our own.

Just as we need to start the year with the knowledge that He has already accepted us, we also need to begin the year shored up with an awareness that Christ will be actively present in our lives, no matter what happens.

Listen for “A Song to Remind You” on Texas Gospel Canada.