They have another album called "Under the Spout Where the Glory Comes Out". This is the only albumn my parents ever bought. The names on this albumn are: Van Wilkes; Hank Alrich; Mary Egan; Tom Reed; Tomas People; Ed Vizard and Kerry (no last namegiven. There is no address or date but I know it had to be late 70's (77 to 79).
On Tuesday, May 21, 2002 9:15:54 AM UTC-7, Jimbo156 wrote:
I am in South Texas. Back in the late 70s or early 80s, there was a
playing in churches in Texas called THE HOPE of GLORY. I recall at
least one album of their music. They had guitars and a drummer, but
it was far from rock...there is really nothing even close to the style
of music that they played. It was not at all raucous, the drums were
very subdued/light, never a heavy beat. Really inspirational. Anyway,
I was trying to find info about them, about name of album released, possible source, etc. but a Google search (as I thought) turned up
nothing on any group by this name. I met them once, but have long
since forgotten all of the members' names. The group may have
disbanded 20 years ago, and they were sure never nationally known.
There is now a group called "Song of Glory" in SOuth Texas....that's
not them! Any ideas?
Bubba chambers, Rick Thigpen, Gary Ingram, Melvin Marr were the main men. I have converted all thier albums over to CD's and mp3 and still enjoy them. Bubba Chambers is on Facebook.
I first saw you in the early-mid 70s at our home church in Columbia, SC. I have 2 or 3 of your albums incl the self-titled one. Were you together in 1973? Did you tour then? The reason I ask is because the first verses I memorized were Col. 1:26-29, w/1:27 being the "foundational" verse of your band. I had an "emotional acceptance encounter" and responded to an altar call at a youth retreat in 1969, but it wasn't until early Feb in 1973 when I completely gave my heart to Jesus. Within 6 weeks I was
I pray thus finds you well and hope to hear more of your journey.Back around 1973 I was in high school and asked to preach at a youth night at a church in Houston. Afterward a band called The Hope of Glory performed in a small house converted to a youth building. Later I went to hear them in concert where it was
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