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JGM Music Hour – Episode 106

          Click on the image above to start the Music Hour…where you can listen to the music you read about here! Episode 106 Playlist: What you know about Jesus – Greg Delaine & Brother 2 Brother Don’t knock – Eagle Rock Gospel Singers Zion praise – Clareta Haddon Testimony – Monica Lisa Stevenson We adore you – Anthony Nelson & Overcomers You covered me – Pastor Marlon Lock Author – Latice Crawford Jericho – Livre’ Christian Walk – Darren Deac Closer to you – Carrington Gaines Holy Spirit – Nia Allen Imperfect me – Smokie Norful ...

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Carrington Gaines: “My Music Changed When My Life Changed”

By Bob Marovich “I didn’t know I could sing until I was about fifteen,” Carrington Gaines told the Journal of Gospel Music, “which is pretty late for most gospel artists. Some of them have been singing since they were three!” But as a youngster, Gaines embraced R&B, not gospel, as his music of choice. He also spent a good part of his early life in a spiritual tug-of-war. During his late teens, he said, he could be found partying on Fridays and Saturdays and working in the church’s music department on Sundays. Today, Gaines has embraced ministry and gospel music. His ...

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JGM Pick of the Week: July 5, 2016

“Closer to You” Carrington Gaines From the EP The Process (released November, 2015) www.cdbaby.com/cd/carringtongaines Cut from the same musical mold as current gospel vocalists Jonathan McReynolds and Travis Greene, Carrington Gaines offers “Closer to You.” It’s an introspective ballad led by acoustic guitar and propelled by a delicate finger-popping beat. At one point, the song possesses the lyrical and melodic gravitas of a hymn.  At other times, it unfolds like an informal prayer closet conversation. Throughout, Gaines declares that he will seek restoration of his connection with God after a past marked by separation. A native of Buffalo, New York, ...

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