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Gaither Vocal Band

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He Touched Me Gaither Vocal Band 03:09
A Few Good Men Gaither Vocal Band 04:07
Chain Breaker Gaither Vocal Band 03:28
Alpha And Omega Gaither Vocal Band 04:34
Hear My Song, Lord Gaither Vocal Band 04:32
I'm Forgiven Gaither Vocal Band 04:00
Sinner Saved By Grace Gaither Vocal Band 05:37
Because He Lives Gaither Vocal Band 03:36
Amazing Grace (My Chains Are Gone) Gaither Vocal Band 04:21
Jesus Messiah Gaither Vocal Band 04:44

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Formed by southern gospel legend Bill Gaither in 1981, the Gaither Vocal Band is a contemporary Christian group with a deep catalog of award-winning religious releases. The ensemble's first full-length album, The New Gaither Vocal Band, was released in 1981 and featured Bill Gaither alongside Gary McSpadden, Lee Young, and Steve Green. Jon Mohr had replaced Lee Young by the time the band returned in 1983 for a second album, Passin' the Faith Along, and The Gaither Vocal Band's lineup continued to evolve frequently throughout the subsequent three decades. 1990's A Few Good Men peaked at Number 23 on the Top Christian Albums Chart and marked the group's first of Billboard-certified success, while 1991's Homecoming became the Gaither Vocal Band's first Grammy-winning release. The group continued to release albums at a near-yearly rate and enjoyed its greatest success during the 2000s, during which time the group regularly cracked the Top 10 of the Billboard Top Christian Albums Chart wit relaxes like 2002's Everything Good, 2006's Give It Away, and 2007's Together. The Gaither Vocal Band also climbed to Number 1 on the Top Christian Albums Chart with 2009's Gaither Vocal Band Reunion (Vol. 1), an album that featured members from throughout the group's long history. The 2010s were similarly successful, with highlights including Hymns (a Number 7 hit in 2014), Sometimes It Takes a Mountain (a Number 6 success 2014), and the concert release Reunion (Live) (a Number 7 hit in 2019).