Videos of the Day: PGMA Concert
Ellen Gerig, West Coast videographer extraordinaire, has posted quite a few videos from last Friday’s Pacific Gospel Music Association concert. A list of all the videos is here.
Of particular note, former Blackwood Brothers bass Ken Turner did a solo set, from which this was a highlight:
He also rattled the subwoofers in a scrap-iron quartet:
Frequent Franklin Graham song leader Dennas Agajanian also did a solo set, with some guitar picking that rivals the speed of a Southern Gospel piano solo:
And finally, Liberty Quartet was a (/the?) featured artist. They featured their baritone, Jordan Cragun (Kim Collingsworth’s nephew), on “Light at the End of Darkness”:
And if you thought the Hoppers were the only ones who could hit a home run with “Yes, I Am,” wait till you see a male quartet take it on.