“'It was more than a concert, it was a worship experience"”
"Whether you're watching Chris Golden perform on stage or chatting with him off stage, it's obvious he has a passion for sharing the gospel and encouraging people. Golden is a gifted communicator and nowhere is that more evident than his latest album Less of Me. He lends his warm, evocative voice to such classic tunes as "Life's Railway to Heaven" and "Leaning on the Everlasting Arms," infusing timeless songs of faith with a fresh sense of commitment and enthusiasm. The highlights on this collection are numerous including the Glen Campbell-penned title track and his take on the Oak Ridge Boys hit "Thank God for Kids," which he delivers with his father, the Oaks' William Lee Golden. "What Salvation's Done for Me," co-written by his brother Rusty, is a compelling number with an uplifting message. It's a powerful collection of songs, and a must have record for anyone who loves country gospel music delivered with authority and heart."
“On Sunday Shoes, Golden makes a full-circle return to gospel music, the sound that remains his home base. The two-tone leather soles and shoeshine service on the album jacket say it all: He’s mining the genre in style with music that’s sure-footed, sturdy and built for the long haul. ”
“A skilled multi-instrumentalist with a voice like warm honey, Golden's passion for music shines on every track of his latest project....”
“It’s a perfect journey, a trip in his Sunday Shoes back to the sound that gave Chris Golden his eternal musical grounding. ”
“Chris captured each facet of his musical journey on this recording,”
“For a select few individuals, making music seems as natural as breathing. Chris Golden is one of those gifted souls. Each song on resonates with emotional honesty and a sense of integrity that have always been at the core of Golden's artistry.”
“Golden's new project 'CenterStage' is a powerful collection of country songs that celebrate faith, family, and the things that matter most. 'CenterStage' spotlights an artist at the peak of his creative intensity.”