Haaseluiah?

I’ve seen a lot of things in my monitoring of Southern Gospel coverage, but this Spartanburg Herald-Journal sure stands out as unique.

Haaseluiah!

Concertgoers can catch the spirit in stirring fashion tonight at Spartanburg Memorial Auditorium as Southern gospel group Ernie Haase and Signature Sound fuels the faithful and those who love music with uplifting and energetic songs of praise and spiritual devotion….

A forming four-piece gospel vocal ensemble with a substantial instrumental back-up group and a sound filled with rocking country soul, the group’s members come from former quartets and various places.

Check out the rest of the article on this “whirlwind touring and recording act” here.


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  1. Defending the free press, I would have to say folks should care what they say about them just as long they spell their name right.
    It is for that reason of spelling Ernie Haase and Signature Sound correctly I would give the press A+ for effort.

  2. Nice write-up! I did have a chuckle over “a sound filled with rocking country soul” though. I’ve been to plenty of rockin’ EHSS concerts, but I can’t think of a single song that could be described as country soul! 🙂