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Derek Dunn – I Will Sing

Derek Dunn I Will Sing In Season Music Group (release date: October 13, 2017) www.inseasonmusicgroup.com By Bob Marovich From the Tidewater area of Virginia comes Derek Dunn, whose latest CD, I Will Sing, is notable for offering more than the usual number of high-potential songs expected from an album of new compositions. Dunn’s muscular voice is reminiscent of Isaac Carree who, it turns out, is one of his influences. So is Fred Hammond, all of which explains why the single, “If It Had Not Been,” as well as “Got to Make It,” featuring Emory Diggs, bear more than passing resemblances to Commissioned and Men ...

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JGM Music Hour: Episode 102

Click on the image above to start program. Playlist: Think of His goodness – Dr. Karry D. Wesley Presents the Antioch Fellowship Church Voices of Praise Breakthrough – Bonita Burney Simmons Jesus – Rodriquez Linson & Ministry Call Him – Min. Earl Bynum feat. Andra Cross My all and all – Derrell Thomas Wait for you – Ragu Suguturaga Better than gold – Holly Ann By myself – Deon Kipping Upraised – Kassandra McGhee Bless up – Jor’Dan Armstrong Come 2 me – Spirit 2 Spirit Give it all – Jae Jerome

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JGM Pick of the Week: January 25, 2016

“Call Him” Earl Bynum feat. Andra Cross Mann-Up Muzik (2015) www.earlbynummusic.com Minister Earl Bynum is known throughout the gospel music industry for his award-winning work with large choirs, but make no mistake: he is also a solo singer. His 2009 Open My Heart album garnered two Stellar Award nominations: Contemporary Male Vocalist of the Year and Contemporary Choir of the Year. Bynum does some of his most soulful singing on “Call Him,” the debut single from his forthcoming solo album. During what might be described as a sacred slow jam, he encourages—nay, pleads with—the listener to call on Jesus because He answers prayer ...

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Earl Bynum & the Mount Unity Choir – Live

Bishop K.W. Brown Presents Earl Bynum & the Mount Unity Choir Live Habakkuk Music (2013) www.TheMountUnityChoir.com By Bob Marovich for The Black Gospel Blog   The Mount Unity Choir of Virginia’s Mount Lebanon, or “The Mount,” is an archetypal example of the modern church choir.  It combines the looseness and swagger of the gospel chorus with the austerity of an old landmark senior choir.  The ensemble demonstrates its ease in singing P&W, contemporary and traditional gospel, and high anthems on Live, its CD/DVD release. Directed by the talented singer-songwriter Earl Bynum, who writes several of the album’s songs and also leads a few, ...

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