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Closed Captioned #101 [TV-G]
Well-loved hymns such as "Farther Along" (Ivan Parker), "Rock of Ages" (Vestal Goodman, Reggie Smith, Joy Gardner, Stephen Hill), "In the Garden" (the Mullins), and "What a Friend We Have in Jesus" (Larry Ford) are punctuated with future classics such as "Sweet Beulah Land" (Squire Parsons) and the Bill Gaither-penned "The King Is Coming" (Gaither Vocal Band). Several songs written by master tunesmith Andrae Crouch also take center stage, including "My Tribute" (Russ Taff), "The Blood Will Never Lose Its Power" (CeCe Winans), and "Through It All" (Ben Speer and Jessy Dixon).

Closed Captioned #102 [TV-G]
Spotlights show-stopping numbers from 11 years of Gaither Homecomings, including a Sandi Patty/Larnelle Harris duet of "I've Just Seen Jesus" taped at the Kennedy Center, the Hoppers performing "Shoutin' Time in Heaven" at Atlanta's Georgia Dome, and George Beverly Shea's signature "How Great Thou Art" from the Billy Graham Training Center. In a duet made possible by computer technology, the late Dad Speer and his son, Ben, sing "Where We'll Never Grow Old."

Closed Captioned #103 [TV-G]
Spotlights old-time convention songs such as "Goodbye World, Goodbye" (Homecoming Friends), "Everybody Will Be Happy Over There" (James Blackwood, J.D. Sumner, and Robbie Hiner), and "Give the World a Smile" (Homecoming Friends). Other songs include the Vince Gill composition "Go Rest High on That Mountain" (Cynthia Clawson, Bonnie Keen, Sonya Isaacs, and Candy Christmas), "I'll Fly Away" (Kim Hopper and David Phelps), "He Leadeth Me" (the Martins), and "Precious Memories" (Cynthia Clawson).

Closed Captioned #104 [TV-G]
Spotlights two performances taped at the Billy Graham Training Center—"Where Could I Go" by the Homecoming Friends and "His Eye Is on the Sparrow" by Lynda Randle, Alicia Williamson, Lillie Knauls, and CeCe Winans—along with several numbers by the legendary Cathedrals: "Thanks to Calvary," "O, What a Savior," and "The Haven of Rest." The big-voiced Romance Watson sings "Peace in the Valley."

Closed Captioned #105 [TV-G]
Spotlights songs written by Bill and Gloria Gaither, including "Because He Lives" (Bill Gaither and Guy Penrod), "It Is Finished" (Gaither Vocal Band), and "He Touched Me" (Mark Lowry). Armond Morales performs the poignant "You'll Never Walk Alone" at Carnegie Hall, while Larnelle Harris turns in a spirited version of "Amen." The Martins' "The Lord's Prayer" and Cynthia Clawson's "Turn Your Eyes Upon Jesus" celebrate the beauty of the human voice unaccompanied by instrumentation.

Closed Captioned #106 [TV-G]
The intimate setting of the Billy Graham Training Center in North Carolina makes a fitting backdrop for his long-standing hymn of invitation, "Just As I Am." Other selections include "Majesty" (Homecoming Friends), "Soon and Very Soon" (Andrae Crouch and CeCe Winans), "We Will Stand" (Russ Taff and Alicia Williamson), Paul Simon's "Lean on Me" (Stephen Hill), and the ages-old hymn "Amazing Grace" (Howard Goodman, Squire Parsons, Terry Franklin, and Eldridge Fox).

Closed Captioned #107 [TV-G]
A collection of gospel toe-tappers includes "Searchin'" (Tanya Goodman Sykes, Johnny Minich, Marshall Hall, David Phelps, Alicia Williamson, Sandi Patty, Devin Davidson, and the Voices), "Looking for a City" (Vestal Goodman and Johnny Cook), and "Heaven's Jubilee" (Homecoming Friends). Mark Lowry sings his contemporary Christmas carol "Mary Did You Know" with the Gaither Vocal Band, and the LeFevre standard "Mansion Over the Hilltop" pairs mother and son Eva Mae and Mylon LeFevre with the song's writer, Ira Stanphill.

Closed Captioned #108 [TV-G]
From a cathedral in Belfast, Russ Taff sings "O, Say But I'm Glad." Romance Watson performs "'Tis the Old Ship of Zion" for 40,000 people at the Georgia Dome. Donnie Sumner offers "Lord, I'm Coming Home" from his place in front of a rock fireplace at the Grove Park Inn, and Janet Paschal sings "Written in Red" from a stage in Texas. Good friends Jake Hess, James Blackwood, and Glen Payne join forces on "Then I Met the Master."

Closed Captioned #109 [TV-G]
Selections include "I Bowed on My Knees" (Terry Blackwood, Ivan Parker, Jonathan Pierce, and Gloria Gaither), "O Come Angel Band" (Candy Christmas, Joel Hemphill, Terry Blackwood, James Blackwood, Wesley Pritchard, and Mary Tom Reid), and "I'll Have a New Body" (Brock Speer, J.D. Sumner, Buddy Lyles, Rex Nelon, and George Younce). Tenor David Phelps shines on "No More Night," and sweet-voiced Danny Gaither takes a rare solo on "We'll Talk It Over."

Closed Captioned #110 [TV-G]
Contemporary Christian band Avalon performs "All Hail the Power of Jesus' Name," David Phelps hits the high notes on "Hide Thou Me," country stalwart Larry Gatlin joins Jim Hill and Gary Korelba on "A Perfect Heart," and the Gaither Vocal Band sings "Had It Not Been for a Hill Called Mt. Calvary." Other songs include the old hymn "Dwelling in Beulah Land," the rousing "Just a Little While To Stay Here," "Jewels (When He Cometh)," and a tribute to the late Grand Ole Opry stalwart Roy Acuff on the Bill Gaither-penned "I Know Where I Am."

Closed Captioned #111 [TV-G]
The scenery competes with the songs as locations such as the beaches of Hawaii, the green valleys of Ireland, the Sydney Opera House, and the Red Rocks of Colorado serve as stages. The Gaither Vocal Band harmonizes on "At the Cross" and "I'm Gonna Sing." The Hoppers sing "The Marriage Supper of the Lamb," the Martins offer "Softly and Tenderly," and the Homecoming Friends declare "I Have Decided To Follow Jesus." Mountain Heart shifts into bluegrass gospel on "John," and the Bishops join voices on "Blind Bartimaeus."

Closed Captioned #112 [TV-G]
New performances of great old songs, including "The Old Rugged Cross" (Jim Hill), "At Calvary" (James Blackwood), "Swing Low, Sweet Chariot" (Jeff and Sheri Easter), and "I Find Jesus" (the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band). Also, heaven-themed numbers: "Beautiful Isle of Somewhere" (Jake Hess), "How Beautiful Heaven Must Be" (the Homecoming Friends), "This Is Like Heaven to Me" (Karen Peck, Dean Hopper, and the Homecoming Friends), "When I Wake Up" (Babbie Mason, Lynda Randle, Alicia Williamson, and Jessy Dixon), and "The Heavenly Parade" and "We Shall See Jesus" (the Cathedrals).

Closed Captioned #113 [TV-G]
John Starnes steps it up with "Let's All Go Down to the River," and Anthony Burger adds dazzling piano to the "Hallelujah Chorus." The famed Blackwood Brothers back family patriarch James on "I Want To Be More Like Jesus" and next-generation star Terry on "So High."

Closed Captioned #201 [TV-G]
Songs about salvation and transformation, including "Bless That Wonderful Name" (Reggie Smith and Jessy Dixon), "Since Jesus Came Into My Heart" (the Homecoming Friends), and "Cleanse Me" (Glen Payne and George Younce). Tanya Goodman Sykes turns in an emotional performance on "Look for Me," a song written by her late father, Rusty Goodman.

Closed Captioned #202 [TV-G]
Bluegrass great Ricky Skaggs performs "Hallelujah, I'm Ready," David Phelps sings "The Lifeboat," and Stephen Hill adds a blues interpretation to the classic "When They Ring Those Golden Bells." The heavenly theme continues on "Heaven's Joy Awaits" with Guy Penrod and "What a Meeting in the Air" and "Where the Soul Never Dies" by the Homecoming Friends.

Closed Captioned #203 [TV-G]
A showcase of four-part harmony, featuring "After While" (the Speer Family), "Boundless Love" (the Cathedrals), "On the Authority" (the Gaither Vocal Band), "He Understands My Tears" (the Isaacs), and "The Old Landmark" (Jake Hess and Hovie Lister). Hess also performs a solo medley at the vast Georgia Dome.

Closed Captioned #204 [TV-G]
The legendary Nitty Gritty Dirt Band performs one of country gospel's most enduring songs, "Will the Circle Be Unbroken?" Cynthia Clawson lends her pure, crystalline voice to "Hear the Voice of My Beloved," and contemporary Christian diva Natalie Grant sings "I Am Not Alone" at Carnegie Hall.

Closed Captioned #205 [TV-G]
Variations on the theme of redemption, including the Gaither Vocal Band's a cappella version of "Forgive Me," the Martins' "Grace," "He Saw Me/Jesus Paid It All" by the Talley Trio, "He Looked Beyond My Faults," "Down at the Cross," and "Greater Than He That Is Within Me." Other artists include Sheri Easter, the Cathedrals with Jake Hess, and country/bluegrass favorite Marty Stuart.

Closed Captioned #206 [TV-G]
Bill Gaither's Homecoming Friends speculate on life in heaven with "Hallelujah, We Shall Rise," "When Morning Sweeps the Eastern Sky," "What Are They Doing in Heaven Today," "On Jordan's Stormy Banks I Stand," and "I'll Live Again." Other performers include the Kingsmen, the Cathedrals, the Gaither Vocal Band, Michael W. Smith, Joy Gardner, and Candy Hemphill Christmas.

Closed Captioned #207 [TV-G]
A sampling of the best comedy routines and gospel numbers by Mark Lowry. During his 13 years with the Gaither Vocal Band, Lowry continually poked good-natured fun at Bill Gaither—his "Southern gospel helmet hair," his age, his perpetual taping of Homecoming videos—while also demonstrating fine composing skills and a superb baritone voice. Songs include "Mary, Did You Know?"

Closed Captioned A Tribute to the Cathedrals #208 [TV-G]
Bill Gaither salutes one of the legendary gospel quartets and its beloved frontmen, George Younce and the late Glen Payne. Musical performances from the Cathedrals' 50 years together are interspersed with Younce's reminiscences.

Closed Captioned A Tribute to Jake Hess #209 [TV-G]
Elvis Presley listed Jake Hess, lead singer for both the Statesmen and the Imperials, as his favorite singer. This tribute to Hess's 50-year career and contagious spirit includes memorable performances from the Gaither Homecoming videos as well as remembrances by close friend Bill Gaither.

Closed Captioned #210 [TV-G]
Bill pays tribute to the Happy Goodman Family and matriarch Vestal, whose instantly recognizable voice and trademark white lace hankie made her the queen of gospel music in the 1960s. Whether singing at an old tabernacle or in Carnegie Hall, Vestal and Howard Goodman electrified audiences with songs ranging from their trademark "Wouldn't Take Nothing for My Journey Now" to "God Bless America."

Closed Captioned #211 [TV-G]
The Homecoming Friends sing songs about Heaven.

Closed Captioned #212 [TV-G]
A musical chronicle of the life of Jesus.

Closed Captioned I'll Fly Away #213 [TV-G]
A tribute to some of the most outstanding gospel songwriters of the past century, including Dad Speer, Albert E. Brumley Sr., Dottie Rambo, Andrae Crouch, Ira Stanphill, and Thomas Dorsey.

Closed Captioned Atlanta Homecoming #301 [TV-G]
Songs include "Georgia on My Mind" and "Daddy Sang Bass." Featured performers: Woody Wright, J.D. Sumner, Ann Downing, Sonya Isaacs, Tanya Goodman Sykes, Wesley Pritchard, Sue Dodge, Karen Peck, Buddy Greene, Ladye Love Smith, Doug Young, and Mike Allen.

Closed Captioned Back Home in Indiana #302 [TV-G]
Songs include "John the Revelator" and "When We All Get Together with the Lord."

Closed Captioned Harmony in the Heartland #303 [TV-G]
Songs include "Thanks for the Sunshine" and "Get on the Happy Side of Living."

Closed Captioned Red Rocks Homecoming #304 [TV-G]
Songs include "Then He Said Sing" and "Ridin' Down the Canyon."

Closed Captioned New Orleans Homecoming #305 [TV-G]
Songs include "When the Saints Go Marching In" and "On the Authority."

Closed Captioned Memphis Homecoming #306 [TV-G]
Songs include "Come to the River" and "God Is Good All the Time."

Closed Captioned Homecoming Texas Style #307 [TV-G]
Songs include "Everybody Will Be Happy Over There" and "I'm Saved and I Know That I Am."

Closed Captioned Let Freedom Ring (New York City) #308 [TV-G]
Songs include "This Land Is Your Land," "New York City," and "We've Got a Song for You."

Closed Captioned Kennedy Center Homecoming #309 [TV-G]
Songs include "Old Friends" and "Promises One by One."

Closed Captioned A Gospel Bluegrass Homecoming (Nashville, TN) #310 [TV-G]
Songs include "This Little Light of Mine" and "Swing Low, Sweet Chariot."

Closed Captioned Mountain Homecoming #311 [TV-G]
Songs include "It's Gonna Be a Good Day" and "Faith Like That."

Closed Captioned Ryman Gospel Reunion #312 [TV-G]
Songs include "Turn Your Radio On" and "The Unclouded Day."

Closed Captioned Down by the Tabernacle #313 [TV-G]
Songs include "Old Camp Meeting Days" and "The Old Country."

Closed Captioned Canadian Homecoming #401 [TV-G]
Join Bill and Gloria Gaither and the Homecoming Friends as the Gaither Homecoming Tour rolls to stop in Toronto, Canada at the Air Canada Centre.

Closed Captioned Gaither Homecoming Tour: Live from Toronto #402 [TV-G]
Bill and Gloria Gaither host a fun-filled musical celebration before a sold-out crowd at Toronto's Air Canada Centre.

Closed Captioned Israel Homecoming #403 [TV-G]
Bill and Gloria Gaither and the Homecoming Friends travel to Jerusalem for an intimate concert at David's Citadel.

Closed Captioned Jerusalem #404 [TV-G]
Bill and Gloria Gaither and the Homecoming Friends host a live concert event at David's Citadel in the heart of Jerusalem.

Closed Captioned Australian Homecoming #405 [TV-G]
Venture "Down Under" with Bill and Gloria Gaither, The Gaither Vocal Band, Mark Lowry, Janet Paschal, Jeff and Sheri Easter, Anthony Burger, and Taylor Mason for this Homecoming concert in Australia.

Closed Captioned London Homecoming #406 [TV-G]
Bill and Gloria Gaither travel to Westminster Central Hall in the heart of London for this special concert event featuring the Homecoming Friends.

Closed Captioned Irish Homecoming #407 [TV-G]
Bill and Gloria Gaither travel to the Whitewell Metropolitan Tabernacle in Belfast, Northern Ireland to bring you this special concert event featuring their Homecoming Friends singing some of your favorite gospel songs.

Closed Captioned Whispering Hope #408 [TV-G]
The Gaither Homecoming tour travels to the Whitewell Metropolitan Tabernacle in Belfast, Northern Ireland for this live concert event featuring some of your favorite gospel music artists.

Closed Captioned South African Homecoming #409 [TV-G]
Bill and Gloria Gaither and the Homecoming Friends host a live concert event in Johannesburg, South Africa. This unique musical celebration features time-honored gospel favorites blended with a taste of South African culture.

Closed Captioned Love Can Turn the World #410 [TV-G]
The Gaither Homecoming tour travels to Johannesburg, South Africa in this unique musical celebration.

Closed Captioned The Isaacs: Live From Norway #411 [TV-G]
The award-winning Bluegrass family group, The Isaacs, travels to Norway for a special concert event.

Closed Captioned Oh My Glory! #412 [TV-G]
Bill and Gloria Gaither bring their Gaither Homecoming tour to the place where some of the best world-class music was born: Memphis, Tenn. During this live concert event, they are joined by some of gospel music's finest artists such as Mark Lowry, the Gaither Vocal Band, Ivan Parker, Jake Hess, Janet Paschal, and the Blackwood Brothers.

Closed Captioned I'll Fly Away #413 [TV-G]
The Gaither Homecoming Tour travels back to the U.S. to The Saenger Theatre in New Orleans for this live concert event. They are joined by their Homecoming Friends including Mark Lowry, the Gaither Vocal Band, Jessy Dixon, Dottie Rambo, Lynda Randle, and many others!

Closed Captioned Hymns #501 [TV-G]
Bill and Gloria Gaither step back in time to present a program of timeless music, Hymns.

Closed Captioned The Gospel Music of Johnny Cash #502 [TV-G]
Johnny Cash's lifelong love of gospel music is told in a music documentary that features great musical performances punctuated by remembrances from Cash's son and close friends.

Closed Captioned The Gospel Music of the Statler Brothers Volume 1 #503 [TV-G]
The Statler Brothers share stories, reflections and lots of laughs together while offering an unprecedented glimpse into what gospel music meant to them not only professionally, but personally.

Closed Captioned The Gospel Music of the Statler Brothers Volume 2 #504 [TV-G]
The Statler Brothers share stories, reflections, and lots of laughs together while offering an unprecedented glimpse into what gospel music meant to them not only professionally, but personally.

Closed Captioned The Best of the Cathedrals #505 [TV-G]
For 50 years, the Cathedrals and their legendary founders, Glen Payne and George Younce, were beloved the world over.

Closed Captioned Church in the Wildwood #506 [TV-G]
Follow Bill and Gloria Gaither and the Homecoming choir to a little church in the wildwood of North Carolina where they sing beloved inspirational favorites including "Farther Along," "The Church In The Wildwood," "Just A Closer Walk With Thee," and many more.

Closed Captioned A Gospel Bluegrass Homecoming Volume 1 #507 [TV-G]
Bill Gaither and country/bluegrass artist Marty Stuart trace the history of mountain and country music with the help of the Homecoming Friends and legendary artists from the bluegrass field.

Closed Captioned A Gospel Bluegrass Homecoming Volume 2 #508 [TV-G]
Bill Gaither and country/bluegrass artist Marty Stuart trace the history of mountain and country music with the help of the Homecoming Friends and legendary artists from the bluegrass field.

Closed Captioned The Best of the Isaacs #509 [TV-G]
The Isaacs family "was bluegrass before bluegrass was cool." Now, they've won the hearts of audiences all across the U.S. and Canada. Their performances are fast becoming one of the most anticipated portions of the Gaither Homecoming events.

Closed Captioned A Billy Graham Music Homecoming Volume 1 #510 [TV-G]
Artists who have appeared on Billy Graham Crusades come together to sing and share incredible stories. Songs include "How Great Thou Art," "His Eye Is On The Sparrow," and "The Wonder of It All."

Closed Captioned A Billy Graham Music Homecoming Volume 2 #511 [TV-G]
The artists of the Billy Graham Crusades come together to sing the music and share incredible stories. Songs include "It Is Well With My Soul," and three Gaither-penned classics, "He Touched Me," "There's Something About That Name," and "Because He Lives."

Closed Captioned A Tribute to George Younce #512 [TV-G]
For more than 50 years George Younce was one of the most beloved singers in gospel music. His friend of 45 years, Bill Gaither, contends that George was more than a great bass singer; he was a fantastic singer with a melodic voice who happened to have some incredible low notes.

Closed Captioned Christmas in the Country #513 [TV-G]
The Homecoming Friends recall Christmases long, long ago, while showcasing familiar Christmas carols and new Gaither-penned songs like "Come and See What's Happened."

A Gospel Journey - The Oak Ridge Boys #601 [TV-G]
For over half a century, The Oak Ridge Boys have created an American music legacy all their own.

Gaither Vocal Band Reunion, Volume 1 #602 [TV-G]
Past and present group members celebrate a quarter-century of songs documenting their rich legacy.

Amazing Grace #603 [TV-G]
This powerful Homecoming gathering offers a timeless treasury of the great hymns of the church.

How Great Thou Art #604 [TV-G]
Rediscover the majesty of classic favorites through great old songs, sung by more than 200 of gospel music's finest voices.

Gaither Vocal Band Reunion, Volume 2 #605 [TV-G]
Offers a rare look at the group's journey as you've never heard it before.

Country Bluegrass Homecoming, Volume 1 #606 [TV-G]
A star-studded celebration of faith featuring the very best of gospel, bluegrass, and country music.

Country Bluegrass Homecoming, Volume 2 #607 [TV-G]
The very best of country, bluegrass, and gospel music come together in an unforgettable celebration of faith.

Giving Thanks #608 [TV-G]
The Homecoming family, comprised of gospel music's most legendary and beloved voices, gather at a cozy log cabin in the hills of Tennessee to express their gratitude!

Count Your Blessings #609 [TV-G]
The Homecoming family is still counting their blessings in this 2nd soul-stirring musical feast.

Ernie Haase & Signature Sound - A Tribute to The Cathedral Quartet #610 [TV-G]
Ernie Haase & Signature Sound celebrate their musical roots in this very special tribute to the Cathedrals.

Rock of Ages #611 [TV-G]
A rich treasury of the great hymns of the church are sung by gospel music's most influential voices.

Nashville Homecoming #612 [TV-G]
More than 250 of gospel music's finest voices perform favorites on the stage of the Grand Ole Opry.

Gaither Vocal Band Reunited #613 [TV-G]
This live musical event celebrates the beginning of a new era for the Gaither Vocal Band, who recently reunited former members with current members to create an unprecedented all-star line-up of voices.

Gaither Homecoming Celebration #701 [TV-G]
This joyful evening of music from 1998 features Howard and Vestal Goodman, Jake Hess, and more!

Bev Shea: Then Sings My Soul #702 [TV-G]
George Beverly Shea's deep resonant voice has sung hope into the lives of millions of people. He has been a permanent fixture at Billy Graham Crusades throughout his 65-year career.

Tent Revival Homecoming #703 [TV-G]
This quintessential Tent Revival Homecoming features 140 of gospel music's most beloved artists.

Tent Revival - Old Rugged Cross #704 [TV-G]
A continuation of the "Tent Revival Homecoming" features more beloved gospel songs. On the grounds of the Billy Graham Library, this event celebrates a time-honored tradition that has impacted countless lives for eternity.

Best of David Phelps #705 [TV-G]
Highlights the extraordinary tenor's most awe-inspiring moments from the Gaither Homecoming stage.

Best of Lynda Randle #706 [TV-G]
Lynda Randle's deep, rich voice is showcased with "God on the Mountain," "I'm Free," and "One Day."

Sweet Sweet Spirit #707 [TV-G]

Because He Lives #708 [TV-G]

Best of the Crabb Family #709 [TV-G]

Best of Guy Penrod #710 [TV-G]

Gaither Vocal Band: I Do Believe #711 [TV-G]

Alaskan Homecoming #712 [TV-G]

Campfire Homecoming #713 [TV-G]

Gaither Classics #1 #801 [TV-G]
Favorite songs and performances include "Farther Along," Squire Parsons," and "Sweet Beulah Land."

Tribute to The Goodmans #802 [TV-G]
Bill Gaither celebrates the music and the legacy of unquenchable spirits Howard and Vestal Goodman and the lasting contribution they have made to the world of gospel music.

Cathedrals Farewell Celebration #803 [TV-G]
The Statler Brothers, the Oak Ridge Boys, and Sandi Patty are among the friends paying tribute to the venerable Cathedrals Quartet as they retired after 50 years singing gospel music.

New Orleans Homecoming #804 [TV-G]
The New Orleans funeral favorite "When the Saints Go Marching In" is performed and former Imperials member Sherman Andrus provides a show-stopping "Precious Lord, Take My Hand."

Ryman Gospel Reunion #805 [TV-G]
"Sweet Beulah Land" and "The Lighthouse" are performed in Nashville's historic Ryman Auditorium.

Down by the Tabernacle #806 [TV-G]
"Rock of Ages," "There Is Power in the Blood," and "I Saw the Light" are performed in an old camp meeting tabernacle in Indiana.

Atlanta Homecoming #807 [TV-G]
The largest Homecoming concert ever features "What a Meeting in the Air" and "Peace in the Valley."

Homecoming Texas Style #808 [TV-G]
"Give the World a Smile," "Just a Little While," and more songs are performed in Fort Worth, Texas.

Mountain Homecoming #809 [TV-G]
"There's Something about a Mountain," "Go Rest High on That Mountain," and more songs are performed.

Israel Homecoming #810 [TV-G]
The Homecoming Family performs "I Have Returned," "Because He Lives," and "The Holy City" in Israel.

Rocky Mountain Homecoming #811 [TV-G]
"Colorado," "Back Home Again," and "America the Beautiful" are performed at Red Rocks Amphitheatre.

Best of Anthony Burger #812 [TV-G]
The pianist's most cherished performances including "The Hallelujah Chorus," "Exodus," "We Shall Behold Him," and more are showcased.

Gaither Vocal Band/EHSS Together #813 [TV-G]
Two great quartets, the Gaither Vocal Band and Ernie Haase and Signature Sound, perform together.

George Younce #901 [TV-G]
The life and legacy of George Younce, one the most beloved singers in gospel music, is celebrated.

Joey & Rory #902 [TV-G]
Tried-and-true gospel favorites, combined with newer songs written fresh from their own experiences, comprise this down-to-earth country gospel treasure from Joey & Rory.

Isaacs: Up Close & Personal #903 [TV-G]
The Isaacs offer a cappella and acoustic arrangements of songs about faith and family, performed with the precision and breathtaking blends that have defined the group for years.

Church in the Wildwood #904 [TV-G]
The choir perform cherished hymns about heavenly sunlight in a little church in the wildwood.

Women of Homecoming, Part 1 #905 [TV-G]
Women who are making an eternal difference perform powerful music and share soul-stirring stories.

Women of Homecoming, Part 2 #906 [TV-G]
A power-packed music celebration features Christian music's most-loved female artists.

Mountain Homecoming #907 [TV-G]
The Homecoming Friends perform "There's Something About a Mountain" in the Blue Ridge Mountains.

Down by the Tabernacle #908 [TV-G]
"I Saw the Light" and more songs are performed at a 100-year-old camp meeting tabernacle in Indiana.

Tribute to The Goodmans #909 [TV-G]
Interviews and rare footage pay tribute to the music and legacy of Howard and Vestal Goodman.

Hymns #910 [TV-G]
Bill and Gloria Gaither share some beloved inspirational songs of the past two centuries.

Pure & Simple, Part 1 #911 [TV-G]
The Gaither Vocal Band carries on their legacy with their signature harmonies and great songs.

Pure & Simple, Part 2 #912 [TV-G]
A reunion of the Gaither Vocal Band offers a rare look at the group's journey, featuring historic moments and performances.

Gaither Homecoming Classics #913 [TV-G]
Bill gathers some of his favorite songs and performances from the first decade of his Homecoming concerts including "To God Be the Glory," "What a Friend We Have in Jesus," and more.

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