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It's that time of the week. Here's some #UKGospel news to warm your soul on a cold autumn's night… 👇 pic.twitter.com/IbECt6cMw2 — UKGospel.com (@UKGospel) November 1, 2019 Continue reading New Music Friday – 1 November 2019
So: it’s that time of the year again…
3-4 layers of insulated clothing is the norm (my default is 4). The dark days are longer, and my wearing a hoodie to bed isn’t a strange sight to my family.
The warm orange glow around the country (not to mention the heady, feel-good summer vibe of the Olympics) is a distant, taunting memory as we go about cold life in winter-grey UK.
2011 had already threatened what has now become known as the ‘Afrobeats’ movement, but 2012 was when the music actually broke into the mainstream. Inevitably, a lot of that is represented here.
For one last time before 2012 is over, break out your (real or imagined) sunglasses, winter barbecue, ice cream and sunscreen and enjoy some of the best UK Gospel Tropical tunes to bring the heat back into your life…
Continue reading “Top UK Gospel Sunshine Tunes to Warm Your Winter (Part 1)”