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Inspired by the Biblical passage "Praise him with stringed instruments" (Psalms 150:4), a number of Pentecostal churches in the '30s in the Keith Dominion and Jewel Dominion denominations (primarily in Florida) who couldn't raise money for expensive church organs during the Depression began using steel guitars to accompany their Sunday services. Over the years a rich tradition of "sacred steel" music grew, which incorporated gospel, blues, and jazz flavors into performances that blazed with the Holy Spirit. The sacred steel style was all but unknown outside the… More

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"The film's insistence he's the Next Big Thing is perhaps a tad too much, too soon."
‑ Dennis Harvey, Variety
"A well made doco with a positive message. But that's all. ...The kind of thing you'd expect to see on VH1."
‑ Oz, eFilmCritic.com
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