Tag Archives: Ken Heath

JGM Music Hour – Episode 145

Episode 145 Playlist He made a way for me – New Christianaires Better days – Joe Daccache Stand on His promises – Tameka Patton feat. Pastor Korey Mickie I’ll serve Him – Ken Heath and the True Disciples Everything will be alright – Geneatha Wright Everyday – K-Anthony Follow – Marshalee Meet me where I’m at – Trampolines Things unseen – Frye Family Band Jesus Christ is the way – Dawn Thomas Wallace More abundantly medley – Ricky Dillard & New G Lift the savior – AJ Collier & the Band of Believers A change – Desmond Roberson & the ...

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JGM Pick of the Week: May 25, 2020

“I’ll Serve Him” Ken Heath & the True Disciples Keep Hope Music (release date: March 20, 2020) By Bob Marovich The latest single by the Richmond, Virginia-based quartet Ken Heath & the True Disciples rolls along on a simple message about discipleship and the blood of Jesus that has kept him and his family safe. Like 2019’s “Moving Forward,” the group’s new song has that quintessential quartet strut rhythm and a classic call-and-response vamp. “I’ll Serve Him” is a sure-enough hand clapper that the group no doubt extends on live programs for maximum spiritual impact.

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JGM Music Hour – Episode 133

Episode 133 Playlist: Moving forward – Ken Heath and the True Disciples I’ll do it for you – Fantastic Bibletones The selfie song – Jada Redmond I’ve got that fiya – Sanctified Soul What a beautiful name – The Recording Collective Strong name – Darius Paulk You deserve my praise – M’Renee Freedom – Quamid feat. Christina Prophet Shorter Haven’t seen it yet – Danny Gokey I need you – Jermane C. Milton Strength – Brieaunna Ling Love never fails – William Murphy Reach – DOE

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JGM Pick of the Week: March 26, 2019

“Moving Forward” Ken Heath & the True Disciples Keep Hope Music (release date: March 29, 2019) By Bob Marovich I’ll admit it: when I first heard Ken Heath shout “Move! Get up out of your seat!” on “Moving Forward,” I did immediately as commanded. The optimistic song about the joy that comes with forsaking the past and embracing a future made brighter by salvation moves with a righteous strut that transitions effortlessly into an extended vamp that sells the song. It’s during the vamp that Heath directs listeners to get up out of their seats and turn their life around ...

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