Here’s what’s coming up next:
For the week of November 11th: It’s a flashback interview with Legacy Five, before the death of co–founder Roger Bennett. Legacy Five carries on a legacy the spans generations. You have the invitation to hear their music and share stories of their individual lives coming up. It was recorded in September 2006, quite possibly Roger’s last recorded interview. In addition to the special hour-long highlight on Legacy Five, Daniel begins the program with a tribute to Roger Bennett.
This is certainly a program worth holding out for and it’s coming this week on Daniel Britt & Friends.
For more information about Daniel, his activities and to hear the full interviews which are included on his program, visit www.danielbritt.com.
On the weekend of November 9th … Paul’s Featured Artists will be one of the best-known of all long-time Southern Gospel quartets, the Inspirations. They’ve been in the forefront of Southern Gospel music for nearly half-a-century. He’ll visit with this group’s current members and hear songs from their “No Two Ways About It” CD, including their recent hit song, I’ll Never Get Over. Find out why Martin Cook believes Gospel music should be in every home in America.
And, his Artist Spotlight guests on this segment are the Booth Brothers, with songs from their current best-selling CD, The Booth Brothers & Gene McDonald – Quartet Style. You’ll find out why singing as a quartet rather than as a trio was a special challenge for the Booth Brothers. Ronnie Booth will explain why they “weren’t the Booth Brothers” on this recording. And Jim Brady will tell you why doing this quartet recording was something brand new for him..
Throughout the broadcast you’ll also hear from Brian Free, Mark Lowry, Devin McGlammery, Gus Gaches and Scott Fowler.
Finally, his Headline Update segment will report on changes for the Gaither Vocal Band, Phil Cross requesting prayer and more.
The Gospel Greats web address is www.thegospelgreats.com.
On the edition for the weekend of November 16th … leading off, you’ll be uplifted and entertained by the Kingsmen Quartet for a full hour, as the clock is turned back to 1992 as they are Singing In the Sun in Orlando, Florida. At this time, the group consisted of Gary Sheppard, Jim Hamill, Tim Surrett, Parker Jonathan, Eldridge Fox, Ray Reese, Anthony Burger and Greg Fox.
Next, it’s the best of the best from the year of 2008 … as heard on the stage of Freedom Hall in Louisville during the National Quartet Convention. This weekend, you’ll hear 30 minutes of these performances … with the balance to lead off next weekend’s Jubilee. From Gold City to the Booth Brothers and the Hoppers to Brian Free & Assurance … you’ll hear them all over these two weekends … as they sounded in 2008!
In preparation for worship and a new week, enLighten presents a collection of hymns and praise melodies in a traditional setting.
Bil Gaither’s Homecoming Radio is on enLighten!
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