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The Gaither Homecoming videos, now numbering more than three dozen, are credited (along with Veggie Tales) in a 68 percent rise in the sale of Christian videos and have revived an entire genre of music.
In addition to the producers who will be providing song annotations to their respective sets, a host of world-renowned music writers, journalists and historians have been commissioned to deliver authoritative essays for every genre of music.
The majority of young people surveyed (40%) said that Rock and Roll will be the genre of music people remember best 100 years from now followed by Hip Hop (16%), Jazz (11%), Classical (9%), Rap (5%), Punk (5%), and Techno (5%).
In a market where rhythmic music has influenced every genre of music, we are excited by the opportunity to continue building upon our success as we take our family of labels to the next level," said Louis K.
Bill Gaither is credited with single-handedly reviving gospel music from a dying genre of music.
Sprint Music Store customers can browse, preview and purchase more than 300,000 songs from virtually every genre of music from EMI Music, SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT, Warner Music Group and Universal Music Group.
Sprint Music Store customers can browse, preview and purchase hundreds of thousands of songs from virtually every genre of music from EMI Music, SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT, Warner Music Group and Universal Music Group.
Each community is deeply vertical, integrating previously disparate music industry and lifestyle businesses, including publication, distribution, retail, broadcast, licensing, merchandising, and live events, and targets impassioned fans and musicians whose lifestyle is defined by a particular genre of music.
This seems unusual for a genre of music which has unflinchingly stood up to social injustice in the past," he wrote.
The cover boy may have been baby boomer snoozer Sting, but much of the magazine's meat was dedicated to a loose genre of music that is as increasingly popular as it is hard to name: "alt country," "roots rock," "Americana.