Southern gospel fans who love to hear southern gospel quartets can listen to these quartets 24/7 on their computer in stereo. I have listened to the station for just a few minutes have already heard such well known southern gospel favorites as Till the Storm Passes By, Turn Your Radio On and The Old Country Church.
The aptly named Beyond the Ashes southern gospel trio were in concert in Chillicothe, Ohio earlier this month and had just left the stage when they noticed the stage curtains were on fire.
One of the members of Beyond the Ashes was taken to the hospital for smoke inhalation and Kelly Nelon Clark of the Nelons was also taken to the hospital with stomach pain along with her daughter Amber who was coughing.
No plans for a name change for Beyond the Ashes at the time this article was written.
This website is one of the best for bringing back the old time radio shows and the music of the past. It is worth going into the archives to see what treasures are in those archives that will remind us of the past. There is a lot of old time radio shows and music from yesteryear to keep a listener enthralled for hours and maybe days.
Peggy Lee and Judy Garland talking and singing in this video from an undated television show. Peggy Lee fans can look forward to an upcoming biopic of her life starring Reese Witherspoon.
The great Ray Price singing a medley of hits by himself and others. I consider Ray Price and Jim Reeves as the two smoothest sounding country music singers ever to take a concert stage.
Ina Ray Hutton singing I’m a Hundred Percent With You with the backing of The Melodears her all girl orchestra.
For more information about the life and career of Ina Ray Hutton:
This video starts with some politicking by Huey P. Long who served as governor of Louisiana and United States Senator for only a total of seven years. His short speech is followed by female bandleader Ina Ray Hutton singing Every Man a King accompanied by her band the Melodears.