The Best Gospel Music Mix of 2015

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Looking for some amazing gospel music to get you through 2015? Look no further! We’ve compiled the best gospel music mix of 2015, featuring some of the genre’s brightest stars.


Gospel music is a genre of Christian music that is characterized by its use of strong vocal harmonies, often with a call and response between the lead vocalist and the choir. It has its roots in the black church tradition, which developed in the American South during the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

Over the last few decades, gospel music has become increasingly popular with mainstream audiences, thanks in large part to the influence of contemporary Christian music. This mix features some of the best gospel songs of 2015, including hits from artists like Tamela Mann, Tasha Cobbs, and Hezekiah Walker. So turn up the volume and enjoy!

Best Gospel Songs of 2015

This year has been an amazing year for gospel music. We’ve seen new artist come onto the scene and veteran artist continue to bless us with their talents. There has been a wide variety of songs released this year, but we’ve compiled the best of the best for you.

“Amazing Grace” by John Newton

“Amazing Grace” is a song by English singer-songwriter John Newton. It was released as a single in December 2001 by Virgin Records and peaked at number four on the UK Singles Chart. The song was written and produced by Newton.

“How Great Thou Art” by Carl Boberg

This hymn, based on a poem by Swedish pastor Carl Boberg, was originally published in a Swedish mission magazine in 1885. English missionary Stuart K. Hine traveled to Sweden in 1929 and heard the hymn sung. He translated the poem into English, and it quickly became popular among English-speaking churches. The hymn has since been translated into many languages and is now a staple in churches around the world.

“In the Garden” by C. Austin Miles

This classic gospel song was written in 1912 by C. Austin Miles, a pharmacist who became known for his religious songs. The song is based on a poem he wrote that was inspired by a biblical passage from John 20:11-18, in which Mary Magdalene visits the tomb of Jesus and discovers that he has risen from the dead.

“In the Garden” has been recorded by many artists over the years, including country music legend Hank Williams and pop singer Whitney Houston. In 2015, the song was performed by singer/songwriter James Taylor at a memorial service for former first lady Nancy Reagan.

“The Old Rugged Cross” by George Bennard

“The Old Rugged Cross” is a song written in 1912 by George Bennard. The best-known version was recorded by Alan Jackson with the Oakland Interfaith Gospel Choir for his 2006 album Precious Memories.

The song is sung from the perspective of a Christian who reflects on the meaning of the crucifixion. The lyrics discuss how the cross was used as a tool of execution, but ultimately became a symbol of hope and redemption for Christians.

The Old Rugged Cross was named one of the 100 Greatest Songs of the Century by both Time and Newsweek magazines, and is considered to be one of the most beloved gospel songs of all time.

“He Touched Me” by Bill Gaither

This song was written by Bill Gaither in 1964, and it has been recorded by a number of different artists over the years. It is based on the true story of a woman named Betty Knox, who was healed of cancer after being prayed for by evangelist Billy Graham. The song has been a staple of Gospel music for decades, and it was named one of the “500 Greatest Songs of All Time” by Rolling Stone magazine in 2004.


After much reflection, we have come to the conclusion that the best gospel music mix of 2015 is none other than the one and only Hezekiah Walker. Walker’s album “Lift Every Voice and Sing” was nothing short of a masterpiece, and it is clear that he is a true talent in the world of gospel music.

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