If you haven’t heard of Red Simpson, then you probably weren’t around during the heyday of the Bakersfield Sound, when Red was busy defining “the trucker song,” with a Capitol Records contract and a string of hits that began with a bang in the form of a top country hit called “Hello, I’m a Truck.”
The 2012 Christian music festival season offers more live music closer to fans than ever before. Here is a list to get you started.
Winter 2012 and how to relieve winter doldrums, but see what 2011 Academy Award nominations are up for consideration.
Tara-Leigh Cobble has released seven records and published two (soon to be three) books, but what she really loves is to meet the person who comes to her concert in need of a listening ear or an encouraging word.
Photo by Nick Jensen
The state of Gospel, as reflected in the Bobby Jones Gospel Countdown. For a weekly glimpse over the pigmentally darker side of the fence, you probably can't do better than having Jaimie Rake guide you through the numbers of our brothers and sisters in Christ.
- Called to Love Tour with Marc Martel Hits New Jersey
- Christmas 2011 - Our Favorite Songs
- Cobble, Tara-Leigh - Orange Jumpsuit
- Come On in Bryn Haworth's Kitchen
- Derek Webb & Sandra McCracken Interview
- Director Michael Damian on productivity in film
- Discerning the Times:the Need for Spiritual Discernment
- G-rock 30th: Grandfather Rock - 30 Years of Rock & Soul Gospel
- Gourmet Music is on the Menu at Under the Radar
- Greenbelt 2012 - Wet, Wide-ranging and Wonderful
- Iona- Bringing Another Realm into Ours
- Kane, Danen - Love Is Waiting
- Michael Pritzl - Burning with Passion for Beauty and Truth
- Miss Fond du Lac Pageant
- On the line with D.B. Sweeney
- Our Writers Look Back at 2011
- Purple Door - Twelve Hours of Alternative Christian goodness in the heart of Amish country.
- The Vespers Interview