The best Southern Gospel radio songs of the 1980’s continue today with the song found at #37.
Gold City had one of the fastest rises to Southern Gospel stardom than any artist in the history of the genre. By April 1985, the group would be celebrating their second #1 hit on the Southern Gospel radio singles chart.
As with the group’s first #1 single, Sandy Knight penned the song ranked 37th among the best radio songs of the 1980’s; “John Saw”.
Continuing the countdown of the best Southern Gospel radio songs of 1980s finds us at #38.
The Hinsons had already established themselves as one of the best groups in the industry, during the 1970’s. Giving listeners classics like “Camp Meeting Days”, “Hallelujah Meetin”, “That I Could Still Go Free”, “Touch Of The Master’s Strong Hand” and “You Can’t Hold Back The Dawning” to name a few.
But the group’s first #1 song on the Southern Gospel radio singles chart wouldn’t come until July 1982 with, “God’s Gonna Do The Same For You And Me”. The song was found on the Hinsons 1981 Calvary Records release, Bubblin’.