"Cancelled" before "cancelling" was a thing, the CCM architect is reclaiming her place in the narrative
5 great moments from the producer/arranger/musician's body of work.
Reexamining the unprecedented album that put Amy Grant alongside Madonna, Huey Lewis, and Duran Duran in the pop zeitgeist
The highly sought-after vocalist opens up about his evolution from PTL Singer to solo artist and his 1983 Grammy and Dove nominated solo album I'm…
Maria Muldaur's road to transcendental Christianity
How 'The Queen of Christian Rock' broke free from the world of Contemporary Christian Music
This choir's gospel of inclusion caused an uproar when they took their message beyond the church and into the discos.
Reclaiming Tramaine Hawkins’ Mainstreamed Gospel
30 years later, McElroy reflects on an album that attempted conversations about the things that divide and (could) unite humanity.
A few thoughts about the transformational experience of music and why conversations about it matter.  
The story of Johnny Whittaker and the Twenty-First Century Singers, foundational players in the construction of Nashville's contemporary Gospel Sound.
Two years ago this week, this co-founder of the New York Community Choir died. Soul music historian David Nathan & I discuss his life and music.