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This kind of music really started to become popular around the early 1900s and was vastly all male voices with a tenor, lead, baritone and bass vocal.
If you’ve ever seen Black People comedy, you’ll be familiar with the notion that White People have no rhythm and can’t dance. That’s why they will embrace with both honky arms any song that makes it OK for them to not actually dance during it or that tells them exactly what to do and when to do it.This music originated in the Southern United States and some even called it “white gospel” to distinguish it from “black gospel”.This is one of my personal favorite types of Christian music.Anyone who likes Southern Gospel music loves a great Christian quartet.Actually early in the history of Southern Gospel it was called “quartet music”.A revival to Southern Gospel and Christian quartet music started in 1991 when Bill & Gloria Gaither began producing The Gaither Homecoming tours and videos.
Even today these reunions are broadcast not only to the United States but around the world.
When these songs come on, White People look at each other and say "Awwww yeah" or "Hell yeah" and are compelled to sing along.
Sometimes there’s also a corresponding stupid dance move.
Do you remember how romantic it was to slow dance with your special someone at your high school prom or homecoming dance?
Do you remember how dreamy it was to move to the music, close enough to smell his cologne and feel his heartbeat, at the same time escaping into a world of pure bliss?
It describes the uniqueness of their relationship and the lyrics speak to their souls.