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This page last updated May 19, 2013
Sinner's Crossroads with Kevin Nutt
Monster gospel record collector (and White Sox fan) Jason Rosenberg spends the hour on Sinner's Crossroads' cushioned pews spinning 45s and 78s from his pile of rare vinyl gospel gems. From April 7, 2011. Listen to the whole show: . See the playlist.
Kevin Nutt hostsThe Sensational Happy Travelers - All the way from somewhere in the US, the Happy Travelers stop by to shout to the faithful to support WFMU, with co-host Monica. From March 12, 2009. Listen to the whole show: RealAudio or .
Jason Rosenberg. Gospel collector, expert, and White Sox fan Jason Rosenberg stops by the Sinner's Crossroads airwave chapel with a bag full of rare gospel 78s and 45s. From October 23, 2008. Listen to the whole show: RealAudio or . See the playlist.
Evening Light Brothers from the 46th Street Church of God in Chicago. They have been singing in the old traditional style for several years now. They stopped by for a live set of fantastic gospel singing. From October 16, 2008. Listen to the whole show: RealAudio or . See the playlist.
African-American Sacred Harp Singing with guest Ethnomusicologist Steve Grauberger of the Alabama Center for Traditional Culture and producer of the Traditional Musics of Alabama CD series. From September 29, 2005. Listen to the whole show: RealAudio. See the playlist.
Elder Billy Hall, host of WMGY-AM's The Plain Truth gospel radio ministry in Montgomery, Alabama delivers a live, exclusive sermon for Sinner's Crossroad's listeners. From November 15, 2003. Listen to the whole show: RealAudio. See the playlist.
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