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JGM Music Hour: Episode 116

          Click on the image above to begin streaming the program. Playlist for Episode 116: It pays to serve Jesus – LaVarnga Hubbard Bigger than me – Le’Andria Serve – Jermaine Dolly Because of you – Sherwin Gardner If it wasn’t for your love – Meg Elliott Simply because – Dana Fields feat. Adam Brock The call – Personal Praise Worth fighting for – CASS I still do – Doc Pearson feat. Al Johnson & Kathy Horry You are holy – William E. Johnson III Wings – Natasha Owens Where are u? – CL Carr I ...

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Jermaine Dolly – The Dolly Express

Jermaine Dolly The Dolly Express DarkChild Gospel / By Any Means Necessary LLC (release date: June 9, 2017)                 By Bob Marovich The Dolly Express, the main conceit of Jermaine Dolly’s debut full-length album of the same name, bears similarity to the storied Gospel Train, the subject of old hymns, with a couple important exceptions. First, while only the saved are welcome on board the Gospel Train, Dolly’s locomotive invites everyone on this free trip. And second, the conductor is not Jesus but Dolly himself. His duty, like a good Christian, is to lead his ...

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Hello, Dolly: Gospel Artist Jermaine Dolly Offers a “Different Dynamic of Being a Christian”

By Bob Marovich In 2012, Jermaine Dolly, a background vocalist for Tye Tribbett, began toying with becoming a solo gospel artist. But he set it aside. Growing up, the southwest Philadelphia native never thought of being an out-front performer. “I was happy singing background,” Dolly told the Journal of Gospel Music. “Happy being a keyboardist at my church. If I’m comfortable somewhere, I don’t move.” But things changed dramatically for him on May 25, 2014. “[That day] I heard the voice of God, that it was time to move on from singing background and pursue my own career. When God ...

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