Art and Culture

Art and culture

Gothic-like tale of a shabby apartment building and the residents struggling to survive.

 


As you might imagine, Washington D.C. is and has been home to some great gospel talent. One group you might not know is the Southern Gospel Singers of Washington D.C. 


Suspenseful story of a divorce, a book club, and a mysterious bookstore in Paris

 


Shout! Black Gospel Music Moments: Song Sermons

Oct 29, 2017

The great hymn of the church, "How Great Thou Art," gets the half preached, half sung treatment by Sammie Graham and the Gospel Revelators


First in series of all the novels by the Brontë sisters beginning with Anne


You've never heard a rendition of "Just a Closer Walk with Thee" like this one by Juliet Powell and the Combine Choir of Chicago. 


You've never heard a rendition of "Just a Closer Walk with Thee" like this one by Juliet Powell and the Combine Choir of Chicago. 


Delightful story of a curmudgeon and a persistent cat

 


The Might Wonders of Aquasco, Maryland lend their melodious voices to a lovely rendition of the old labor movement song, "I Shall Not be Moved"


A recently assembled collection of short stories by novelist Margaret Drabble.


The legendary O'Neal Twins were gospel traditionalists,  always preferring to sing in the classic old-time gospel music style. 


Mythical love story set in Brittany by the talented writer, Nina George.


A little known gem from the Black Gospel Music Restoration Project is a bright and sassy 45 by the C&H Community Singers and produced by Mr. Henry Rush Jr. 


Tragic tale of animal experimentation gone awry.


Shout! Black Gospel Music Moments: Inez Andrews

Sep 24, 2017

Inez Andrews was one of the last of the legends of gospel music's golden age when she passed at 83 in 2012.


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