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Roscoe Robinson: Still Praising and Serving the Lord

Roscoe Robinson's musical career reads like a one-man history of gospel and R&B.

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Cherub: Electric Concoctions

In interview after interview, the guys of Cherub—producer-guitarist-vocalist Jason Huber and singer-songwriter-guitarist Jordan Kelley—disprove any theories of them being anything less than talented musicians.

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Storied Songstress

If a great song tells a story, it naturally follows that a great singer would be skilled at the art of storytelling. Writer, English teacher and jazz vocalist Vanessa Rubin ...

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In His Very Own Kingdom

For former Mount Rushmores lead singer Jeremiah Stricklin, the only way to go was to a solo project, called Oh, Jeremiah.

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American Idle

Sometimes, it seems television has warped some of what we love about the audible art form.

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Holly Williams: A Southern Daughter

With powerful songwriting and catchy guitar rifts, Holly Williams' music is relatable to an array of people.

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A Night of Majestic Music and Worship

Kari Jobe has been ecstatic about releasing her latest project, "Majestic." In support of the album, which hit stores March 25, Jobe is touring across the U.S. and is stopping ...

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Jimbo Mathus: Musical Ambassador

Jimbo Mathus is a living document of our state's rich musical history.

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Broken Bell

Let me allow you a peek inside the mind of a record collector for a moment. Finding an elusive record sitting on a record store shelf is like discovering a ...

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Meet The New South

On the front porch of his home in Hattiesburg, Drew Young invites musicians to join him to talk about and play music. His collaborator and former student, Paul West, directs ...

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Grammy-Worthy Gospel

Although it was Grammy night and Tye Tribbett had been nominated in three categories, he didn't expect to win, especially after being asked to present at the event. But during ...

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For Lou’s Sake

The late New York rocker Lou Reed and his street-wise songs might seem worlds away from music made in Mississippi, but many Jackson musicians cite the musician as an important ...

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Breaking Walls with O’Brother

When it comes to creative output, Atlanta-based O'Brother flies by the seat of its collective pants.

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The Fray’s ‘Helios’ Burns up on Entry

It seems like ages since Colorado piano-pop band The Fray released something new, though it actually hasn't been at all.

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The Art of Tribute

If the Neilsen ratings are to be believed, 13.95 million people watched "The Night That Changed America: A Grammy Salute To The Beatles."

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