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Greater Vision - Hymns of the Ages
Hymns for the Ages combines the trio's dynamic vocal stylings with full orchestral accompaniment on a selection of cherished hymns. Includes "The Stranger of Galilee," "Christ the Lord is Risen Today," "A Mighty Fortress is Our God," and more.
- All Creatures Of Our God And King
- Come Thou Long Expected Jesus
- Tell Me The Story Of Jesus
- The Stranger Of Galilee
- The Lily Of The Valley
- The Wondrous Cross Medley
- Christ The Lord Is Risen Today
- Redeemed Medley
- I Know He Heard My Prayer
- A Mighty Fortress Is Our God
- Jesus Is Coming Again Medley
The Hoppers Hymns - Classic Collection
The Hoppers - November 7, 2011
Hymns - they are timeless. They are a foundation of the church. They are snippets of theology that music lovers return to again and again to find comfort and promise. And now, some of the most respected hymns are available on this new collection featuring the bellowing, unmistakable harmonies of the legendary Hoppers. This family group, recently honored for 50 years of singing Gospel music, presents these household staples performed with their unique blend and moving arrangements.
The Hoppers are one of the most awarded names in Gospel music for several decades and are featured on the Gaither Homecoming video series.
- Down by the Riverside (Ain't Gonna Study War No More)
- Come Thou Fount of Every Blessing
- I Sing the Mighty Power of God
- Until Then
- The Love of God
- Oh Come Angel Band
- The Solid Rock
- Land Where Living Waters Flow
- Going Home
- Rock of Ages
- Zion's Hill
- All Hail the Power of Jesus' Name
- It Is Well with My Soul
- Just As I Am/Coming Home
Gold City - Hymn Revival
For 37 years, gospel music fans world-wide have been in love with the trend-setting style of Gold City. This Dove Award-winning quartet from Gadsden, AL quickly began achieving success shortly after forming in 1980, and they have remained atop the gospel charts consistently in each of the past four decades. Their music has spanned generations, crossed continents, and continues to be relevant and current even after nearly 40 years of full-time touring.
Gold City has received a prestigious 65 Singing News Fan Awards. They won the1993 Dove Award for Song of The Year, There Rose A Lamb. They have 10 Number-One Songs to their credit as calculated by Singing News Magazine as well as over 60 top 10 songs. They’ve received numerous other awards from organizations throughout the Southern Gospel Music community, and continue to annually be ranked among the Top Ten Male Quartets of Gospel Music. They have garnered number one songs in each of the past four decades. In 2017, Gold City was inducted into the Gospel Music Association Hall Of Fame.
Current touring members of Gold City under the leadership of baritone Daniel Riley are tenor Thomas Nalley, lead Scott Brand, bass Chris West, and pianist Bryan Elliott. Together, they continue to make the great standard-setting music for which this group has always been known. They continue to perform from the vast musical treasury that is the group’s song repertoire while making new music of their own. Fans everywhere continue to demand they honor the heritage of great music that their predecessors created.
What began as a quartet assembled to make great music for the glory of God has remained just that. The success, awards, accolades and honors have not changed the mission or the message. The Gold City of today continues to have a passion to make great standard-setting music for many years to come. This is the calling, purpose and goal of this quartet. This is Gold City.
- Nothing but the Blood
- Power of the Cross
- I Must Tell Jesus
- Part the Waters/I Need Thee Every Hour
- He Hideth My Soul
- Farther Along
- Power in the Blood
- In Christ Alone/The Solid Rock
- Victory in Jesus
- Great is Thy Faithfulness
Gordon Mote - Hymns & Songs of Inspiration
Blind since birth, Mote’s faith provides the foundation for his life and constantly fuels his creative spirit. When he was just three, Gordon surprised his family on Thanksgiving by sitting down at the piano and miraculously playing “Jesus Loves Me” with both hands. “I was just passionate about music,” states the Attalla, Alabama native. “My music is so eclectic today because I listened to every album I could get my hands on growing up. As kids, my brother (who is also blind) and I traveled and sang in churches of all sizes and denominations.”
As a young man, Gordon became one of the first blind students in the country to be mainstreamed into the public school system and later received a full scholarship to Jacksonville State University in Jacksonville, Alabama. After three years at JSU, he transferred to Nashville’s Belmont University and graduated with honors. Two days after graduation, Country music legend Lee Greenwood asked Mote to join his band. Since then, he’s toured with Trisha Yearwood, Tanya Tucker, Porter Wagoner, the Gaither Vocal Band, and the long-running Gaither Homecoming Tour.
As a studio musician, Mote’s big break came when Country Music Hall of Fame keyboardist Pig Robbins (who is also blind) was unable to make a session and recommended that Gordon fill in. That particular day, Alan Jackson cut the poignant 9/11 tribute, “Where Were You When the World Stopped Turning?”—the first number one single on which Gordon performed.
Since that time, he has played for music’s biggest names, including Brad Paisley, Blake Shelton, Martina McBride, Bob Seger, Alan Jackson, Rascal Flatts, Carrie Underwood, Lionel Richie, Josh Turner, Darius Rucker, and Alison Krauss—to name a few. His unmatched studio prowess has earned him two Academy of Country Music Awards for top piano/keyboard player as well as two Music Row Magazine Instrumentalist of the Year Awards (2009, 2011) for playing on the most top ten albums. Gordon is honored and humbled by the artists and producers who place their trust in him, “I always try to bring my creativity and do the very best I can.”
Since stepping into the spotlight as a solo artist, Mote has recorded an impressive body of work—three instrumental and seven vocal albums—including the Dove Award-nominated If You Could Hear What I See (2004), Don’t Let Me Miss the Glory (2007), and his acclaimed Christmas collection, The Star Still Shines (2012).
Ironically, part of Mote’s appeal is related to something he can’t fully experience: videos. In addition to his presence on the wildly popular Gaither Homecoming Video Series, Gordon has more than 200 individual video performances that have been viewed more than 3.3 million times on YouTube, the world’s largest music and video platform with over one billion registered users. Several lyric videos from Gordon Mote Sings Hymns and Songs of Inspiration are being released to his growing global fan-base.
What’s old is new again, and both can be found in inspiring abundance in the musical repertoire of Gordon Mote.
- Holy Spirit
- Amazing Grace
- O, The Blood
- 'Tis So Sweet
- When We All Get To Heaven
- I Surrender All
- Precious Lord, Take My Hand
- Because He Lives (Amen)
- Great Is Thy Faithfulness
- Just A Closer Walk With Thee
- Power In The Blood
- Only Jesus Can Heal This Hurting World
- Just As I Am