In contemporary Gospel music, people like Israel Houghton are making amazing music with the best studio and stage musicians around. Consider this: most popular artists in soul music honed their craft in the Black church. Perhaps the question, then, is why do Catholic churches not produce artists of this calibre in any popular medium? Read the rest of my interview with Sam Rocha at the Register.
Sam Rocha sings . . . Augustinian Soul? (an interview with Sam)
Simcha Fisher - published on 09/11/14
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