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Todd Dulaney – Your Great Name

Todd Dulaney Your Great Name Entertainment One Music (release date: January 19, 2018) www.eonemusic.com By Bob Marovich Todd Dulaney was nervous the evening of his live recording at Calvary Church of Naperville, Illinois, that produced Your Great Name. He had been struggling with an illness that was threatening his voice. He kept on praying, he told the audience, that this, too, shall pass. It did pass. Dulaney suddenly and dramatically retained the full range of his voice. He went on to finish the recorded worship experience. Like all worship experiences, the whole is greater than the sum of its parts, and that’s mostly the ...

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Higher Vision – For Your Kingdom

Higher Vision For Your Kingdom Syntax Distribution (release date: October 6, 2017) www.highervisionworship.com By Bob Marovich For Your Kingdom is the debut offering from the worship team of the 3,000+ member multigenerational Higher Vision Church, located in California’s Santa Clarita Valley. The album is an hour-plus of high energy stadium-sized performances of praise songs wrapped in Christian rock and electronic pop music. As with many live P&W projects, the whole is greater than the sum of its parts. For Your Kingdom’s anthemic songs float along on melodies and themes that blend together, creating not an album of individually distinctive tracks ...

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Australian Choir Debuts Journal of Gospel Music in Print Form

Many thanks to Mrs. Jade-Lori Crompton Haggis  and the Joyful Noise Choir, Inc. of Western Australia for converting some of the Journal of Gospel Music’s most popular artist interviews of the past several years into a stunning print souvenir magazine. This combined magazine and program will be available for attendees of a forthcoming gospel music festival in Perth, Western Australia. Entirely Jade-Lori’s vision and her handiwork, along with some ninja superstar designers, this Aussie Exclusive represents the first time in JGM‘s 12-year history that it has been transformed from digital to  print. Looks mighty nice, too! Featured inside are our interviews with ...

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