Blue Gate Theatre and the National Quartet Convention have joined forces to present the Shipshewana Amish Country Jubilee, to be held October 13-15, 2022, featuring some of Gospel music’s most beloved artists.
The Gospel Music Association (GMA) announced the final round of performers and presenters for the 50th Annual GMA Dove Awards.
The Gospel Music Association (GMA) announced another round of performances for the 50th Annual GMA Dove Awards, including a tribute celebrating Bill and Gloria Gaither.
Television series and audio podcast Dinner Conversations with Mark Lowry and Andrew Greer launched in 2017 as one of the only episodic faith-based video podcasts.
Gospel and Christian Music’s Biggest Night Shines the Light With Groundbreaking Performances and an Array of Winners Live From Allen Arena on the Lipscomb University Campus
GRAMMY® and Dove Award-winning vocalist Russ Taff returned to the Grand Ole Opry® stage last weekend, as the new documentary, Russ Taff: I Still Believe, prepares to hit more than 700 theaters across the country October 30.
“I am so grateful to have had the opportunity of working with some of the greatest male vocalists ever in the field of gospel music,” stated group founder and vocalist Bill Gaither. “I take a lot of pride when I look at the pictures and see all of that talent. What can I say? I am blessed!”
Film series and podcast Dinner Conversations with Mark Lowry and Andrew Greer airs its midseason premiere tonight with the series’ most poignant and timely episode to date, “Race and the Church,” featuring Dove Award-winning singer-songwriter Nicole C. Mullen.
In early November, GRAMMY®-winning singer/songwriter/comedian and GMA Hall of Fame member Mark Lowry and singer/songwriter/author and GMA DOVE Award nominee Andrew Greer launched a film series podcast, sharing enlightening and entertaining conversations with a variety of guests.
GRAMMY-winning Singer/Songwriter/Comedian Mark Lowry and DOVE-nominated Songwriter/Author Andrew Greer Launch All-New Film Series Podcast.
Platinum-selling recording artist, Mark Lowry, has once again made waves across social media with his brand new music video, “What’s Not To Love?” The fun, upbeat video, featuring the GRAMMY®-Award winning Gaither Vocal Band, made its Facebook debut on July 24th and reached over a million views just a week later. “What’s Not To Love?” is the title cut on Lowry’s new Daywind Records project, available August 18th, as well as his current radio single.
Daywind Records is pleased to announce the addition of Gospel Music Hall of Fame member, Mark Lowry. In a video released on social media earlier today, Mark Lowry shared his excitement about his upcoming project, entitled What’s Not To Love, and his new partnership with the award-winning record label.
Cana’s Voice remains a busy touring act and will start off the New Year with a live concert videotaping at Champion Forest Baptist Church, Houston, Texas on Jan. 22. Mark Lowry will be the special guest on the program, and the church’s choir will join Cana’s Voice on several songs. This will be a free concert, with an open invitation for anyone to attend and be a part of the live taping. Doors will open at 6 pm CST and the concert will begin at 7 pm CST. Cana’s Voice will perform songs from their highly acclaimed 2016 project, This Changes Everything, and will also spotlight solo performances from Jody McBrayer, TaRanda Greene and Doug Anderson.
Those who know Mark Lowry best will attest that the comedic genius is a rather complex individual. As Kevin Williams, his long-time friend and the producer of Lowry’s latest recording has stated, “Mark is funny, serious, simple, complex, in the moment and in the future, all at the same time.” Mark would attribute this complexity to his ADHD diagnosis, but those who know him well simply attest that Mark just loves life and all the complexities that come with living life to the fullest and making each day count.
At an award ceremony held Monday evening at Rocketown in Downtown Nashville, platinum-selling singer, songwriter and humorist Mark Lowry was named the 2016 recipient of ASCAP’s prestigious Golden Note Award.