The Gospel Truth Choir - Deep Fried Gospel

The Gospel Truth Choir - Deep Fried Gospel

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(December 2010) 12 tracks: Mary's Prayer * Here Comes The Rain Again / Small Town Boy * The Saints Are Coming / Chance * Mandela Day * Can't Help Falling In Love / I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles) * Other Side Of The World * Ready Or Not / Caledonia * (When Will You) Make My Telephone Ring * Faith Won't Shake This Mountain * Last Request * Amazing Grace * Ae Fond Kiss / Hi Horo 's Na Horo Eile

A Scottish collective of vocalists who perform music in a Gospel style at events throughout the UK.

Well-known songs by Scottish songwriters, performed in their own inimitable 'tartan Gospel' style.

They are rated by many as the best Gospel choir in Scotland, and have also provided backing vocalist duties in a variety of other styles to a number of top acts. The choir is drawn from many belief systems and faiths, and is inclusive and fun.

Soloists: Tracey Braithwaite, Maria Doherty, Paul Gilbody, Wanduska Jack, Chris Judge, Gerad McArthur and Madaleine Pritchard.

Choristers: Cherie Brown, Mia Browne, Malcolm Button, Alana Carew-Stirrat, Graeme Carswell, Colin Farquhar, Samantha Folcarelli, Beth Frith, Keri Galt, Gill Hunter, Stefanie Lawrence, Bill Matthews, Stewart Matthews, Laura McGinnis, Connie McKay, Alana McLernon, Colin Newbury, Keith Paton, Allan Smith, Tom Urie and Danusia Zaremba.

Guest artists: Horse, Mary Ann Kennedy, InChorus, Lothian And Borders Police Choir, Bruce Watson, Jamie Watson, Walter Anderson and Maeve MacKinnon.

Musicians: Malcolm Button, Graeme Carswell, Paul Gilbody, Stewart Matthews, Bill Matthews, Madaleine Pritchard, Steven Radziwonik, John Milne, Mark Deke McGee and Robert Henderson.

"Faith is taking the first step even when you don't see the whole staircase..." (Martin Luther King Jnr)

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