Saturday News Roundup #35

In the News:

  • Hissong is releasing a project with Christian Davis singing bass; though he’s not being billed as a full member of the group, he is expected to do at least one concert per month with them. (Hat tip, Adam.)
  • Ernie Haase has postponed the Cathedrals Tribute taping from June to an indefinite future date. (EDIT 8/6/11: Broken link removed).
  • The Talley Trio launched a new website design. It looks great, definitely a step up from their last one (though the black and white version of their current album’s cover photos seems a little odd to me).

Upcoming Reviews:

  • 2/6/09: Sunday Morning Ivories (Kim Collingsworth)
  • 2/13/09: Bill Gaither’s 12 All-Time Favorite Homecoming Hymns (Cracker Barrel)
  • 2/20/09: DVD: Why? (Aaron Wilburn)

Housekeeping announcement:

I’m in the process of a server migration right now. Right now, I’m transferring domains; I’ll transfer hosting some time tonight or next week. The site may be down for a few hours at points. If you think of it, I’d appreciate prayers that everything goes smoothly!

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  1. Daniel, we are praying that every goes smoothly with the process of transferring domains and migrating the servers.

  2. You might interested in this news story comparing the old and the new of Top 40 in southern gospel music

  3. George Beverly Shea turns 100 tomorrow. He may not be considered Southern but he was a great gospel singer.

  4. I already have a post drafted for tomorrow recognizing and honoring his life. 😉