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Dayna Caddell Keeps On Pushing

By Bob Marovich “Keep pushing and hold on to God, because there’s a way out.” That’s how Grammy and Dove Award nominee Dayna Caddell describes the theme of her first full-length solo album, Push, released July 8 on Forty Entertainment/eOne. The album’s positive disposition and personal testimonies encourage listeners to overcome their own personal and professional struggles. Or as Dayna told JGM, Push is about “my stories, stories I’ve witnessed, and perseverance in knowing there’s a way out.” To say Dayna was brought up in a musical home would be an understatement. She was surrounded by music, largely because her father, Oscar Caddell, was a music ...

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JGM Music Hour – Episode 107

          Click on the image above to begin the streaming Music Hour. Playlist: And we’re going on! – Shonda English So grateful – Dayna Caddell feat. Israel Houghton Your life’s about to change – Canton Spirituals feat. Pastor Tim Rogers Even me – Howard Gospel Choir Arise (you are good) – William Murphy He chose me – Chadwick Your will – Bill Moss Jr feat. J Moss and Demetrius Nabors He’ll do it again – Eloho feat. FLOROCKA I’m good – Ryan Rutley feat. Erica Lancaster and Jason Rutley The master’s calling – Deborah Joy Winans ...

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Dayna Caddell – Push

Dayna Caddell Push Forty Entertainment / eOne www.daynacaddell.com By Bob Marovich Without knowing Dayna Caddell’s story, a listener can pick up some truisms just from listening to her debut full-length album, Push. First, the music has such a sunny, breezy disposition, it must have been crafted in Southern California. Indeed, Push, produced by the talented Warryn Campbell and Vann Clayton, was made and recorded in Los Angeles. The songs ooze with exuberance as they extol the greatness of God from a personal perspective: as friend (“You Got a Friend”), as true love (“Crazy,” “My One”), and as waymaker (“What He’s Done”). Second, ...

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