But she’s an urban gospel music star and most of. In a moment we’ll talk with her more about music and motherhood and she’ll grace us with another song. Please stay with us on TELL ME MORE from NPR.
Anthony Heilbut’s book The Fan Who Knew Too Much: Aretha Franklin, the Rise of the Soap Opera, Children of the Gospel Church, and Other Meditations is that too-rare thing: music writing that lays.
Gospel music impresario Bobby Jones discusses the rise of the gospel. To listen to the show, visit npr.org. NEWS & NOTES was crated by NPR News and the African-American Public Radio Consortium.
Gospel music sounds just as inspiring outside church as it does inside — and don’t we all need to hear that we’ll make it through the tough times on weekdays, too? Making a workout list of praise.
Ramsey Lewis, a composer known for his jazz work, has focused on the gospel sound for a new CD, With One Voice. He tells Ed Gordon about the experience. Pianist and composer Ramsey Lewis has a long.
“They build one of the first great megachurches in America,” Robert Darden, author of “People Get Ready: A New History of Black Gospel Music,” told NPR in 2006, days after the fire. “At one time,
A re-broadcast of an interview from NPR’s Morning Edition about the blending of gospel and Christmas music: Music historian Horace Clarence Boyer talks about the history of the successful merger.
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The roots of gospel music are not well documented. Early recordings were lost. Stories behind the songs weren’t written down. A new book recounts the history of the beloved American art form. Mahalia.
"Gospel music I think is very much alive and well. that people are tired of the ugliness and that they’re embracing something that brings hope." NPR’s Gemma Watters and Martha Wexler produced and.
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In 1970, "Oh Happy Day" won a Grammy for best soul gospel performance. The unusual pop hit was an inspiration to music historian Mitch Myers. He reflected on the song during a segment of All Things.
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The Gospel Music Encyclopedia. I’m Michel Martin and this is TELL ME MORE from NPR News. Coming up, we will talk about living history. We’ll hear why 200 history makers are going back to school.
But it’s distinctive sound became crucial to the development of a new kind of music: gospel. RACHEL MARTIN. there’s always Booker T. For the NPR News, I’m Anne Ford in Chicago.
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"She really was the first person to take secular styles and put words of praise on top of them to make gospel music," he tells NPR’s Cheryl Corley. "It was extremely influential because people like.
But everyone in my community, and especially the consumers, they don’t see it that way.’" NPR Music: Gospel Star Kirk Franklin Wants To Help You Lose Your Religion — "My job on Earth, the reason why.
The new documentary Rejoice and Shout, which opens in select theaters this weekend, celebrates the history of gospel music in America as told through some of its most famous and influential icons.
And all of us being music lovers, we knew good music when we heard it." Winans emphasizes that she didn’t experience her parents’ all-gospel edict as deprivation. For every traditional-sounding mass.
Horace Clarence Boyer had a profound impact on gospel music over the past 50 years. Horace Boyer never stopped researching gospel. In 1999, he told NPR about checking out some new sounds,