Hymn - Songs of Great faith

by Gulley/Granner

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Music is often our comfort when times are troubled. As operatic tenors, Gulley/Granner's usual response is to pop in an opera recording, turn up the stereo and be awash in the awesome power of vocal splendor and musical genius.

Our first record would logically be just that, Opera.

Yet before we set out on that journey, (Coming Fall 2013) we want to give you a glimpse of our past, how we were raised, yet now with the Gulley/Granner twist, featuring one of the top Jazz pianists in Kansas City, Mark Lowrey.

In America, HYMNs, spirituals and inspirational songs have helped lift our country’s spirit when times are rough. These American songs fueled us to cross the wilderness and vast open prairies, to withstand the Dust Bowl, fight through the Great Depression, march against evil in WW2, and sing with hope through the Civil Rights movement.

Yes, it is a new world today and these songs, both new and old, hearken back to our greatest moments, encouraging us to look toward the future.


released January 13, 2013



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Gulley/Granner Kansas City, Missouri

Gulley/Granner are Metropolitan Opera National Council award-winning and internationally acclaimed operatic tenors and producing artists Ben Gulley and Nathan Granner. They are recognized around the world as two of The American Tenors™ from the Sony Masterworks® label. "delighted audiences across the U.S. and Europe... great voices, humor and choice of material...(Gale Martin, operatoonity.com).” ... more

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Track Name: Amazing Grace
Amazing Grace How Sweet the sound,
That saved a wretch like me.
I once was lost, but now am found,
Was blind, but now I see.
Track Name: Balm in Gilead
There is a balm in Gilead, to make the wounded whole
To heal the sin-sick soul.