Last Chance to vote in Fan Awards

This post is for the procrastinators. The voting in the second round of the 2008 Singing News Fan Awards closes in two days, on May 9. If you are a Singing News subscriber and have not yet voted, click here to view and cast your ballot. If you are not a Singing News subscriber, click here to subscribe. [EDIT, 11/6/10: Regrettably, the link seems to be broken, so it has been removed.] (Hat tip: I was reminded by an email that the Old Paths sent out.)

Out of curiosity, I went back to see which of the top 10 Albums of the Year I’d reviewed. It looks like I reviewed five. (I was thinking I had done a sixth, the Kingdom Heirs’ True to the Call, but it seems I didn’t review it.)

Now is also a good time to remind you to post your top 5 guesses, if you have not done so yet.

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  1. My Top 5 Picks:

    Once Upon A Cross – Mark Trammell Trio
    Look No Further – The Perrys
    You Gotta Love It – Triumphant Quartet
    Know So Salvation – Legacy Five
    Everyday People – Greater Vision

    This may experience some shake-up, because Greater Vision’s might go all the way based solely on the fact of Waldroup’s ever-nearing departure (I didn’t particularly care for the album, myself; I only liked one or two songs on it.)
    Legacy Five’s album might not make it simply because it wasn’t a “major” project. I thought it was a great project, nonetheless.