That was perhaps the most intriguing part of it. Music like Love Song was playing had formerly been reserved for the pop airwaves; it had, at that time, no place in the Christian scheme of things. But here was this group, weaving a tapestry of close harmonies, pulsating rhythms and intricate guitar patterns, all tied together with an undeniably clear gospel message.
The audience felt something vibrant, something fresh, something uniquely positive about this music. For the moment, it was beautiful praise music befitting the atmosphere; beyond that moment, the newly conceived sound was to become the forerunner in contemporary gospel music.
That's quite a statement, but consider the facts: two years later Love Song's first album would be released. Sales would catapult the record to the top, where it would remain for more than a year as the best-selling gospel album in the nation. Today the album, along with Love Song's second release, "Final Touch," is still a best seller. And between the albums, hundreds of thousands of people around the world have witnessed the group's dynamic live performances