Let us take you back to a time almost forgotten when Christian folks gathered
in white-framed churches and under brush arbors to sing their faith out loud
after enjoying dinner on the grounds!
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Wherever You Go"
Highlights from the 2011 Season
Recorded LIVE at the
(plus $3 shipping/handling)
CD SONG LIST:
The Old Fashioned Singing
This World Is Not My Home
Hide Thou Me
Where Could I Go?
Jesus, Hold My Hand
Bringing in the Sheaves
No One Ever Cared for Me
Singing I Go Medley
Down to the River to Pray
The Old Account Settled
Sweet By and By
Jesus Is All the World to Me
I Will Meet You in the Morning
Tell It Wherever You Go
The staged production of Waxahachie's OLD FASHIONED SINGING will usher you back to the first half of the 20th Century when southern folks gathered to sing together under brush arbors, in white-framed church buildings... and the Chautauqua Auditorium!
With live acoustic instruments, twelve singers present an hour and a half of congregational songs popularized by the Revivalist Movement in the American south.
This is not Southern Gospel Quartet music. These are the songs of the people - the songs which carried them through the Great Depression, the Dust Bowl, and two World Wars.