January 18

Hear The Lord by Listening to Bill Monroe’s “A Voice from On High”

In 1969, the known “Father of Bluegrass,” Bill Monroe, went on to release his hit gospel song “A Voice from On High” under his album titled “Gospel Spirit” together with his music band, The Bluegrass Boys. 

Among the 16 tracks in the album, the song “A Voice from On High” has undeniably become one of the most popular ones to listeners. Although there were no reports of the song landing any music charts, it is nonetheless considered one of Bill Monroe’s greatest hits

Some of the songs he has worked on are “Blue Moon of Kentucky,” “Wheel Hoss,” “Footprints in the Snow,” and “A Voice from On High.”

The song “A Voice from On High” was covered by countless talented musicians like Joel Val & the New England Bluegrass Boys, the Haden Triplets, and Tumbling Bones.

Aside from the song’s catchy beat, its message has undeniably struck many listeners. So, if you want to know its meaning, scroll down as we have everything covered for you!

Meaning Behind the Song

Written by Bessie Maudlin and Bill Monroe, “A Voice from On High” is a gospel song that reminds listeners of God’s existence. 

The song delves into the idea that God is always up there, listening to all of our prayers anytime we are in need. Aside from that, it serves as a strong reminder for us to repent before judgment day because the price we will pay for our misdeeds will be far too high by that time. 

So, if you’d want to be reminded of God’s true existence and sacrifice, listen to Bill Monroe’s “A Voice from On High” below.


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