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July 28, 2016

Gospel music popularity’s still growing

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  • sverige1 posted at 7:24 am on Thu, May 1, 2014.

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    While gospel is beautiful and uplifiting, I certainly don't have the vocal style for it. However, it is a joy to hear.

    Have I missed a column write-up regarding contemporary praise music, similar to what is heard on KSBJ? I've attended churches (some rather small) that use that kind of style, yet it seems as though only the band and vocalists in the band have the toehold on participation. That is, there's usually only one "frontperson" vocalist.

    So, is there such venue that exists, but they encourage more of the congregants' participation? I would certainly be interested in joining.