American article highlights Southern gospel's new wave of young groups.

AMERICA's influential Charisma magazine ran a story on "new faces" in Southern gospel music with the subhead "If you think Southern gospel is an outdated genre, you haven't noticed these young emerging artists." The article name checked The McRaes (two young sisters from Waynesboro, Mississippi), Mercy's Mark (four young men who were named Southern Gospel Music Guild's New Artist Of The Year 2005), Second Mile (a trio based in Spring Hill, Tennessee), Lauren Talley (a 21 year old singer who rose to prominence with the popular family The Talley Trio), First Love (a group from Hendersonville, Tennessee described by Southern Gospel News as a "young and exciting new trio") and Crystal River Quartet (a male group in their early 20s from Knoxville, Tennessee).  CR

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