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PAMandoMan
Apr-21-2011, 10:09pm
I'm a novice in the world of Bluegrass Gospel music and I've been trying to find a website or something to get music or at least chords for songs. I'm mostly into the Louvin Bros. Stanley Bros. and Jim&Jesse sound and style. Any help you can give me will be appreciated. Thanks!

Marty Henrickson
Apr-21-2011, 11:36pm
Look up the Gospel Music Archive, that should get you started. I have no affiliation, but I have used their site quite a bit.

Marty Henrickson
Apr-22-2011, 10:20am
And here's a link: Gospel Music Archive (http://www.gospelmusic.org.uk/)

PAMandoMan
Apr-22-2011, 3:21pm
Thanks Marty, I'll check that out.

rgray
Apr-22-2011, 4:09pm
Michael Pilgrim posted a collection of classic hymns in tab and standard notation on this thread (http://www.mandolincafe.com/forum/showthread.php?70761-Classic-Hymns-Standard-amp-Tab&highlight=hymns).

Bradley
Apr-28-2011, 6:33pm
And if you want to get some more modern material that hasnt been played to death
there are great gospel groups like Paul Williams, The Rochesters, The Isaacs, and great gospel projects by IIIrd Time out, Doyle, Kenny and Amanda Smith just to name a few.

Denny Gies
Apr-29-2011, 7:10am
The Nashville Bluegrass Band and Doyle Lawson and Quicksilver have recorded some of the best bluegrass gospel music ever.