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#UKGospelLegacy – Faith Child: Illumination 10th Year

Exactly 10 years ago (4th December 2009) Faith Child released ‘Illumination’, a shop 🔥 bestseller (back when I was running a store) Congrats Michael!👏 Some more memories ‘First Place’ live at the IndigO2 #T3M (The Three Musketeers  – Guvna B, Victizzle, Faith Child) Faith Child 10 year recap Today, the 4th December, marks 10 years since the release of Illumination! I used my student … Continue reading #UKGospelLegacy – Faith Child: Illumination 10th Year

5 Inspirational UK ‘Gospel’ Tracks You Have to Check Out (Part 2)

You Can Do it

This series celebrates a sometimes contentious area of Christian music: the ‘non-evangelical’ output.

Over the years we’ve sadly lost far too many hugely talented creatives to the wrong side of the unwritten (but oddly pervasive) law that suggests every sphere of Christian creative activity has to have an evangelical aspect to it.

I’m sure you know the one: it postulates all Christian songs need ‘Jesus in every line’.

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UK Gospel Forward-Look: Exciting Trends for 2016


The UK Gospel scene frequently has to endure unhelpful comments about the state of its health, typically in the shape of (mainly uninformed) comparisons between it and the more mature US market: nothing ever happens here. Apparently.

Yinka Awojobi makes the case for exciting developments and continued optimism in 2016.

Good Thing

I haven’t done one of these annual forward-looks in so long it’s actually taking serious effort to get back into the swing of things.

The main reason? I hadn’t felt much of a need.  And that’s a good thing, trust me.

Let me explain: these days, getting your UK Gospel music industry news is nowhere near as challenging as it used to be. There are lots of good places to get it from.

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