“Addressing one another in psalms and hymns and spiritual songs, singing and making melody to the Lord with your heart,” - Ephesians 5:19
Do you love Southern Gospel music? If so, then you’re in luck, because September is the month to celebrate it! Southern Gospel music has been popular in America for a very long time. In the early days, it was sung by traveling quartets. Over the years it has evolved and many new styles of it have formed. And today, it is still a genre that is listened to and enjoyed frequently by many Americans. Southern Gospel Music has grown into an industry that has its very own music awards as well as its own guild and association.
It even has its own Hall of Fame and museum, located in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee.
Here are some popular southern gospel songs that you may enjoy:
- “What the Blood is For” – Jason Crabb
- “Sweeter As The Days Go By” – Canton Junction
- “Glorious Freedom” – Gather Vocal Band
- “Grace” – Tasha Cobbs
- “Walking with Jesus” – Undivided
- “In Jesus’ Name” – Hope’s Call
- “Mighty Big God” – Karen Peck & New River
Southern Gospel Music is an amazing way to praise and worship God while also enjoying good quality music. The lyrics and message are deep and meaningful, but it’s put to a beat that people find enticing and want to listen to.
It’s a genre that is bound to only continue growing and evolving for years to come.
What's your favorite Southern Gospel Music song?