The Music

The Music on WEMM FMThere is a certain sound that defines the ambiance of Today’s Gospel Music. Once a person has been exposed to Todays Gospel Music they normally end up coming back for more and more.

Travel anywhere in the Midwest.  Ask anyone that listens to Christian Radio and more than likely they have heard of the Legendary Gospel 107.9FM WEMM. Why?

Not only does WEMM offer America’s leading Ministries and Bible Teachers,  WEMM is world reknown for its introduction of Country Flavored Gospel Music to the Tri-State and Kanawha Valley.

When you listen to Gospel 107.9FM WEMM,  you’ll hear the sounds of many of the artists you will see on the popular Gaither Homecoming Series on television. The unmistakable tight harmonies and inspirational lyrics are sure to keep you coming back for more.

Who listens to Today’s Gospel Music? For decades, listeners in the Tri-State and Kanawha Valley have preferred the southern sounds of Gospel Music compared to other Christian Genres. When you attend a Gospel Concert venue in the Tri-State it’s not uncommon to have standing-room only.

While Today’s Gospel Music has evolved into a pop based contemporary country style like that of Country Music,  you’ll still hear those tight harmonies and sounds that only Today’s Gospel Music Artists can deliver.

Here’s an example of the artists you will hear on Gospel 107.9FM WEMM:

  • The Gaither Vocal Band
  • Jeff and Sheri Easter
  • Karen Peck & New River
  • Brian Free & Assurance
  • The Browders
  • The Perrys
  • Mark Trammell Quartet
  • The Kingsmen
  • Greater Vision
  • Ernie Haas & Signature Sound
  • The Nelons
  • Tribute Quartet
  • Mercy’s Well
  • Primitive Quartet

What People Are Saying:

“I’ve been listening to WEMM since it signed on over 40 years ago.  I still keep my radio turned up so I can listen to gospel music before I watch the news.” -Pat,  Teays Valley, WV

“More music!  I love the preaching but would love it if you were all music all the time!” – Doug, Portsmouth, OH

“I love the new sounds of Gospel Music, but don’t quit playing the quartets.” -Mike, Lesage, WV