Set list from Gaither Vocal Band taping July 21, 2009

I just got off the phone with a friend of mine (special thanks CO) who was at the taping last night at The Majestic Theatre in San Antonio, TX.  He said it was 4 solid hours, no intermission of nothing but The Gaither Vocal Band with the exception of 2 songs from Jason Crabb and 3 by The Isaacs.  David Phelps also performed “Nessum Dorma.”

One of the 2 songs Jason did was “Daystar.”  Two of the 3 done by The Isaacs were “Mama’s Teaching Angels How To Sing” and the hymn “I Will Praise Him.”

Here is a list from memory and in no order of the songs done by the Gaither Vocal Band:

Alpha and Omega

There’s Always A Place at the Table (featuring Wes, Michael, and David)

I am Loved

I Believe in a Hill Called Mt. Calvary

Loving God, Loving Each Other

Better day

Mary Did You Know

He Touched Me

Something About That Name

At the Cross

Hide Thou Me

Low Down the Chariot

Cant Stop Talking About Him (featuring Michael and Wes)

The Love of God

Lord Feed Your Children

Oh Love That Will Not Let Me Go

Worthy the Lamb

Where Could I Go?

I’m Forgiven

Go Ask

God’s Church Triumphant

7 Responses to Set list from Gaither Vocal Band taping July 21, 2009

  1. Josh says:

    Good to hear. I was thinking this concert was with all-new songs. I’m glad I’m wrong! I love hearing the old classics!

  2. Baritone77 says:

    Behind the scenes but no video of the actual group…

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  4. Dave Nuttall says:

    My wife and I celebrated our 36th anniversary in row 10 orchestra pit at the GVB concert and I can confirm that there were no more than 4 songs all night that did NOT get a standing ovation. Many time better show than the Homecoming Concert we saw in Fort Worth in early April 2009.

    Get in line for a great DVD.

  5. Jonathas says:

    Did they sing These are they? Thanks!!!

  6. Willian says:

    Great news!!! But and “These Are They”?

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