Post Profile






Tye Tribbett Talks Not Wanting to Fill Bobby Jones' Shoes in New Sunday Show, 'Joyful Noise' (Interview)

Tye Tribbett is on a mission. When his new show "Joyful Noise" premieres on BET Sunday morning, the gospel music artist says he won't be trying to fill the shoes of the "Bobby Jones Gospel" program that had the timeslot for over 30 years. Instead, his focus will be on attracting a new generation. "My thing was to really make Jesus, gospel and music as cool and relevant as it really is.
read more

share

Related Posts


Kirk Franklin, James Fortune on Dr. Bobby Jones' Impact After 35-Year Gospel Show Ends

Religion / Christianity : The Christian Post

Now that the very last episode of "Bobby Jones Gospel" has aired after a 35-year run, gospel music artists are speaking up about its impact.

'Bobby Jones Gospel' Series Officially Airing Its Last Season on BET After 35 Years; Show Is the Longest Continuous Running Original Series on Cable

Religion / Christianity : The Christian Post

Dr. Bobby Jones' BET show "Bobby Jones Gospel" is ending it's reign on the network after 35 years and maintaining the title of the longest continuous running original series on cable television.

Bobby Jones on Ending 35-Year BET Gospel Show: 'It's Like Losing a Child'

Religion / Christianity : The Christian Post

Bobby Jones' longstanding BET staple, "Bobby Jones Gospel," is airing its final season, which the music pioneer said is comparable to losing a loved one.

Lecrae, Erica Campbell, Deitrick Haddon Among Christian Performers Vying for BET's Best Gospel Artist Award

Religion / Christianity : The Christian Post

Gospel music has proven to be a staple among the BET network audience with shows like "Bobby Jones Gospel," "Celebration of Gospel" and "Sunday Best," so it's only fitting that big names like Michelle Williams, Erica Campbell, Deitr...

Gospel Artist Tye Tribbett Says Homosexuality May Be 'Natural' But It's Not 'God's Best'

Religion / Christianity : The Christian Post

Tye Tribbett, award-winning gospel recording artist, shared recently that although he agrees that homosexuality may be "natural," he does not believe it is "God's best for our lifestyle, according to the Bible."

Comments


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC