Saturday News Roundup #105
- Mary Tom Speer Reid has been hospitalized for dehydration sickness. Her family requests prayer.
- Fuson’s Findings’ interview with early 1970s Cathedrals tenor Roger Horne.
- SGConcerts’ Gold City concert review (with videos). [EDIT, 3/16/13: Broken link removed.]
- SGConcerts’ Ball Brothers concert review (with videos), introducing their new baritone, Andy Tharp. [EDIT, 3/16/13: Broken link removed.]
- Swain’s Musings’ LeFevre Quartet concert review (with videos), introducing their new tenor, Harold Reed.
- Southern Gospel Chronicles’ Legacy Five/Crist Family/Collingsworth Family concert review.
- Somewhat related and worth watching: Judicial rulings and pending legislation which could put non-American works presently in the public domain here back into copyright. This could impact everything from currently-public domain hymns to the King James Bible (to which the Crown of England still claims copyright).
We love watching Arthur Rice take a note and hold it forever. Watch Kingdom Heirs pianist Andy Stringfield try (and also note Arthur Rice ending on tenor, Andy on lead, and tenor Jerry Martin on baritone!):
Also worth watching: The new Mark Trammell Quartet lineup, with Eric Phillips, singing “Glory Road”:
It’s open thread Saturday—you decide!