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Tommy Walker – Generation Hymns 3

Tommy Walker Generation Hymns 3 (release date: March 18, 2022) By Robert M. Marovich On Generation Hymns 3, worship leader, singer, and songwriter Tommy Walker teams with the Bethesda Community Church Choir and several featured vocalists to bind the hymnbook in a new cover. The Bethesda choir has a smiley Jesus People vibe. Indeed, the choir, Walker, the featured vocalists, and the robust rhythm section are uniformly upbeat, even on the album’s more sensitive selections like “He Leadeth Me” and “At the Cross.” For his part, Walker possesses a warm, friendly baritone voice that conjures Michael Buble and Harry Connick ...

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JGM Music Hour – Episode 155

Episode 155 Playlist: Lift every voice and sing – Brandon Camphor & One Way New Orleans medley – Jerard & Jovaun The sound of revival – Edwrin Sutton In Jesus’ name – BeBe Winans Heavenly – TaMyya J. You are – Byron Cage Thank you – Rufus Johnson All I am – Taushey Sias Spirit tell me – Cecily God has been so good – MYDASON feat. Bishop Rance Allen With thee I wed – Curtis Fondren feat. Desmond Pringle and Felicia Coleman-Evans Your presence is a gift – E. Dewey Smith Doing it for Jesus – P.U.S.H. Peace, grace, ...

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JGM Pick of the Week: June 8, 2021

“New Orleans Medley” Jerard and Jovaun Independent (release date: December 4, 2020) By Robert M. Marovich Yes, this single came out late last year and yes, whatever vestiges of Mardi Gras that were able to take place this year are but a memory, but nevertheless, the “New Orleans Medley” conjures sufficient joy to be without season. From Jerard and Jovaun Woods, a husband-and-wife duo who perform as Jerard and Jovaun, the medley sets congregational songs and gospels to New Orleans musical sass. The best part is when the couple breaks out into “What He’s Done for Me,” as a clarinet ...

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