Posted by: coomercove | November 30, 2009 launches

I’m excited to announce the launch of the Gold City Tribute site at  I’d been planning the site mentally for several years, but I began putting the site together a couple of months ago.  Finally, I think it is ready for everyone to see.

The website includes a full Gold City discography with credits and cover photos, a detailed group history, a song list that includes every song that I know of that Gold City has recorded, and more.

Please take a look at the site and let me know what you think!


  1. Absolutely wonderful. Fantastic amount of detail, especially on the discography. It’s the best discography I’ve ever seen online for anyone.

  2. […] He gives details of the launch here: […]

  3. I really enjoyed the site, Brandon, and will be checking back often to see what pictures you load and what else you do with the site. It must have taken a whole lot of work and time and I appreciate your doing it.

  4. […] It looks like an incredibly useful site; more info about the launch is at his blog, here. var addthis_pub = 'danielmount'; var addthis_language = 'en';var addthis_options = 'email, […]

  5. Great site. By the way, Dallas Gilliand also sang bass for the Heisman Quartet.

    • Aachen1720, could you tell me if that was before or after Gold City?

  6. Awesome work !!! Great discography !!! Thanks..

  7. Before

  8. I really like it and will add it to favorites on my computer. Also I will mention it on my blog Gospel Music And Me at
    I’m anxious to see how this evolves.

  9. I saw it after you announced it and it looked nice, but it seems like there is a lot more there now unless I never looked thoroughly before. It looks sharp and has tons of useful information. I can’t wait to see what else might end up there.

    I still don’t have time to delve into it deeply, but intend to. However, I did see a couple of things you should fix on the discography. You have a typo on the We DO Believe album ( a case of lysdexia? 😉 )
    and you have Bob Oliver as tenor on the first Live lp. Wasn’t it Brian Free?

    For well over a decade I wanted to do a site that covered six groups at least and include full discographies. Two of those groups were Cathedrals and Gold City. Mine certainly wouldn’t have looked as good or been as complete as yours is since I don’t have all the recordings or the knowledge of them all like you do. Great job.

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