If you talk to the average person off the street about gospel music (that is, if you can get somebody off the street to talk about gospel music with you), they'll probably say that listening to gospel is just about as uncool as listening to opera, or 'N Sync. Some people find playing or listening to music about God at full blast on your car stereo somewhat of a turnoff. (Perhaps it's the heathen in them talking.) Never mind the rich history of highly versatile performers, past (Mahalia Jackson) and present (Aretha Franklin), who began their careers -- their legacies -- singing for the Lord. Oh, sure, you have guys like Kirk Franklin and dc Talk trying to inject some new-jack hipness into the fold, but gospel just can't shake off that stigma of being... More >>>