Sites related to versatile baritone and songwriter Russ Taff. He joined the Imperials, a southern gospel group, in 1976. After five years with the group, he embarked on a solo career in Contemporary Christian Music, as a rocker. Three-time winner of the Dove for Best Male Vocalist, he later recorded a Christmas album as well as a Grammy-winning tribute to his traditional (Black) gospel influences. In 1995, the album "Winds of Change" was his entry in the country music arena. In 1999, he returned to Christian music, and at the beginning of 2002 he joined the Gaither Vocal Band.

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All Music Guide: Russ Taff
Biographical profile, discography.
Blue Desert: Russ Taff
Discography includes track list for each album.
Christian Guitar Resources: Russ Taff
Lyrics and chords to half a dozen songs, including "I Cry."
CMT: Russ Taff
Biography.
Country Standard Time: Russ Taff
Review of 1995 album "Winds of Change," the singer's entry in the (secular) country music market.
RussTaff.com
Biography, tour schedule, press. Discography includes both his years with the Imperials and solo career. Not viewable in Netscape 3.
Story Behind the Song: We Will Stand
Feature article tells what inspired Russ Taff to write this anthem.
Gaither Vocal Band Loses Russ Taff
Fortunately, it was only temporary. A mishap on tour. [Christian Activities] (March 22, 2002)
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