Saturday News Roundup #27

In the news:

  • Tribute Quartet’s Josh Singletary started a monthly column for SGM Radio’s website. [EDIT, 11/8/10: The link is broken and has been removed.]
  • Cybergrass featured Fred Daniels, Sunshine Boys / Blue Ridge Quartet tenor and recent inductee into the Southern Gospel Hall of Fame. [EDIT, 6/18/12: Broken link removed.]
  • The Quicks announced this week that group member Sally Quick’s mother Ann Abbott passed away this Monday at age 67. She was a friend of many Gospel singers, known for fixing them meals when they came through Bradford, Tennessee. Even in the late stages of Alzheimer’s disease, she would still respond to the family singing Gospel songs to her. The Quick family requests prayers.

Upcoming Reviews:

  • October 28: Heaven’s Headlines (Keetons)
  • October 31: DVD – Personal (Kim Collingsworth)
  • November 4: Until Now (Gerald Wolfe) (and yes, that’s Election Day)
  • November 7: Reminiscing (Chuck Wagon Gang)
  • November 7: DVD – Live in Concert Kings Mountain, NC (Chuck Wagon Gang)
  • November 11: A New Day (The Browns)
  • November 14: DVD – Caribbean Live (Tribute Quartet)
  • November 21: DVD – Hymn Sing 1 and 2 (Liberty Quartet)
  • November 28: DVD – Live (Mike LeFevre Quartet)
  • December 5: A Classic Canaan Christmas (Various Artists)
  • December 12: December (Mercy’s Well)
  • December 19: Destination Heaven (Melody Boys Quartet)
  • December 26: Ain’t Nobody (Soul’d Out Quartet)
  • January 2: Easier to Live (Voices Won)

As before, consider the comments section this week’s open thread. The readers of this blog—i.e., you—are pretty good about keeping threads on topic, but just in case someone has something to say that doesn’t fit on a recent thread, here’s your opening.

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