Weekend round-up

  • Kyle Boreing has joined David Bruce Murray’s (mostly silent) group of blogging partners. Good luck, KB.
  • I’ve failed to mention this for a while but you may (or, more likely, may not) have noticed that the never quite comprehensible sgblognews  appears finally to have bit the dust.
  • Gerald Wolfe still thinks piracy will be the end of the music as we know it (judging by the three blog posts he’s managed to crank out over the past five months or so, Wolfe has pretty much one setting as a blogger: Chicken Little). Over at musicscribe, DBM responds, and Mickey Gamble, from Crossroads Music, posts a comment that contextualizes the question more fully within the dynamics of the southern gospel industry. For all you inside baseball industry junkies, these are all worth your time, esp the latter two.
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  1. Grave Digger wrote:

    The “Chicken Little” comment cracked me up! Again, avery hit the nail on the head.

  2. RF wrote:

    Loved the “Chicken Little” comment too. As if the rest of the industry doesn’t have the same problem. A lot of it is access to the music. This genre does so much to hide their “treasures.” It’s unintentional, of course, but those table projects are sometimes better than the major releases and yet they are not available unless you can go to see the group. Sounds like faulty marketing to me, but I’ll leave that up to the geniuses that run things in sg.

    I was fascinated by the two man quartet. Lee Roy was a pioneer of the different. We have one more example. Thanks, Mr. Avery!

  3. cdguy wrote:

    RF — Not all table projects are unavailable. You might want to have your local Christian retailer look into ordering some of them from their distributor. Not all, but quite a few are available.

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  5. Wade wrote:

    The BEST line in this thread by Dr. DH is…

    “Kyle Boreing has joined David Bruce Murray’s (mostly silent) group of blogging partners. Good luck…”


    Means we wish dr. joe blow and SGFan should go over there and preach a while and then it might not be SOOOO silent!!

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