Tag Archives: Bob Marovich

Ann Nesby: Straight from the Heart…About the Heart

In an interview with JGM‘s Bob Marovich, two-time Grammy Award winner Ann Nesby (Sounds of Blackness) talks about her musical upbringing, her new album, a persistent rumor that needs cleaning up, and why she is a spokesperson for the American Heart Association. Essential listening for Ann Nesby and Sounds of Blackness fans, as well as for anyone who wants to get and stay healthy.

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Damien Sneed on the Links Between Classical and Gospel Music

JGM‘s Bob Marovich talks with the multi-talented Damien Sneed about his new CD, Broken to Minister – Deluxe Edition (release date: March 3), his appearance with Wynton Marsalis on the PBS program, “Everyone Has a Place,” spotlighting the Abyssinian Mass, his directorial debut at Carnegie Hall, and the relationship of classical and gospel music. Damien provides a music workshop in fifteen minutes!

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JGM’s Bob Marovich Interviewed for Kennedy Center Podcast

JGM Editor-in-Chief Bob Marovich was interviewed for this podcast on gospel music and the Civil Rights movement. Professor Robert Darden of Baylor University, Dwandalyn Reese of the Smithsonian Institution, and Professor Birgitta Johnson of the University of South Carolina School of Music are also interviewed for this podcast, part of the Kennedy Center’s ArtsEdge education program.  Richard Paul produced. Click on the image at left to hear or download a free copy of the audio podcast (episode 3).  

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JGM Music Hour – Episode 89

Click on the photo above for the latest in streaming music from the JGM Archives! Track Listing: Lord, I just wanna thank you – Pastor Tyrone Jefferson Living water – Whosoever South Father these things I pray – Mighty Men of Faith Just say yes – Brian Courtney Wilson You are – Virtue Beyond my reach – J Moss feat. Fred Hammond You’re all I want – Meka King Excellent – Noreen Crayton Amazing – Rev. Julian Turner & Family Your grace is amazing – Ryan D. Rutley feat. Darick Rutley & Darryl Bebee Brand new day – 21:03 Jesus ...

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WYSO: The Musical Legacy of Paul Arnold

WYSO’s Pam Ferris-Olson writes about Paul Arnold, lead singer for the Gospelaires of Dayton, Ohio.  Arnold was honored posthumously with a star on the Dayton Walk of Fame. Read the article by clicking on the link below (JGM‘s Bob Marovich was interviewed for the story): http://wyso.org/post/musical-legacy-paul-arnold

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