Posted by: coomercove | March 28, 2008

Gold City on TBN (with video of Bruce Taliaferro)

Gold City was on TBN‘s Praise The Lord program tonight. They did the following set:

  • “God’s Still Good”
  • “Mercy Came Running”
  • “That’s What I’m Talking About”
  • “Preach The Word”

Of course, what most people were interested in, myself included, was their new lead singer, Bruce Taliaferro. I was pleasantly surprised. On his feature, I thought he may have been a bit… stiff. He sounded good. Different, but good. A video of Bruce singing “That’s What I’m Talking About” is below.

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Responses

  1. Thanks so much for posting this! I’ve been wanting to hear Bruce. I’m going to like Gold City with him even though I’ll miss Jon.

  2. I think Bruce will loosen up over time. Can’t wait to hear the new project. Bruce has the type of voice to do justice to Jonathan Wilburn’s songs, while still carving a good niche for himself. Excited for the future for Bruce and Gold City!

  3. Thanks for posting the clip from the show. I think Revival had a more progressive sound than previous GC CD’s. If this one song is any indication of Bruce’s ability, then I think that progressive sound is really going to work well for GC. Jonathan Wilburn’s voice is great, but doesn’t fit the edgier sound that I think they were going for.

  4. i watched the whole show on tbn’s site, and even though the crabbs were on, plus a couple of other groups, gold city was definitely the best part of the show. bruce has a different sound, but he’s good. really good. i loved it!!

  5. Hi. If it wouldn’t take too much time, is there any way you could post that link without imbedding it, or could you email it to me? I am blind, and my screen-reading software is not liking the imbedded link for some reason. Thanks for considering this.

  6. Hi, disregard the last comment. I found it. Thanks.

  7. I agree, Jonathon didn’t fit at all with the “new” sound. Hope Bruce works for them


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