12 Days of Christmas, #11: Peace on Earth (part 2)

Since this is somewhat connected to the last idea, I’ll post it on the same day.

If I had the power to give anyone any Christmas gift, I would make peace between Bill Gaither and the National Quartet Convention board.  It seems there are as many stories about what went wrong as there are insiders telling the story, but those often malicious rumors have no place in this blog. Whatever the cause, we do know that something has come between them, and I for one would like to see this breach healed to the point where the Gaither artists, and especially Signature Sound, feel free to return to the main stage.


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  1. I agree that I would like to see Gaither and NQC come together. I miss Signature Sound at the Convention and I would like to see the Vocal Band there too. It is just not the same without them.

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