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Riverside SDA Church: The Riverside Project – Music & Devotion

Riverside SDA Church The Riverside Project – Music & Devotion G.Favored Entertainment Group/DREAM Gospel/ Capitol Christian Distribution www.RiversideNashville.org By Bob Marovich While gospel music is most often associated with Baptist and Pentecostal/Holiness churches, the Black Seventh Day Adventist Church, as just about all African American denominations by this point, has embraced the rhythm of gospel music. Riverside SDA in Nashville is no different. Founded in 1945, the church has grown from 26 members to a congregation that fills a sizable sanctuary on the banks of the Cumberland River. The Riverside Project – Music & Devotion is a two-CD set that offers a hefty ...

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JGM Music Hour – Episode 109

          Click on the image above to begin streaming Episode 109: Playlist: Rock steady – Angela Bennett Devotion – Nate Bean & 4Given Give thanks – Doe Jones Be still – Riverside SDA Choir feat. Lecresia Campbell Hallelujah – The Stand Campaign feat. Joann Rosario-Condrey King of the broken – Rick Stephenson Escaped to tell – Blanche McAllister I’ve come too far – Faithful Connection I’m a winner – Tonya Lewis-Taylor Give me Jesus – Dawn Turner In due season – Jennifer Myles You are – Half Mile Home Sing Hallelujah to the king – Belle ...

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JGM Pick of the Week: October 24, 2016

“Be Still” Riverside SDA Choir feat. Lecresia Campbell From The Riverside Project: Music & Devotion (2016) www.RiversideNashville.org “Declare Your Name” is the initial single from Riverside Seventh Day Adventist Nashville’s The Riverside Project, a two-CD music and spoken word release. But another selection, “Be Still,” is significant because it may be the final recorded performance by gospel singer Lecresia Campbell. Campbell, who passed away on September 29 of this year, shines on this slow burner, which puts the language of Psalms 46:10 in the vernacular (“stop worrying and struggling, questioning and fretting” instead of “cease striving”). She moans, shouts, flips ...

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Gospel Vocalist Lecresia Campbell Passes Away

By Bob Marovich JGM learned today that powerhouse gospel vocalist Lecresia Campbell passed away on September 29. Born in Chicago, Campbell was the lead singer on Walt Whitman & the Soul Children of Chicago’s 1990 gospel smash, “Perfect Praise (How Excellent).” She earned a bachelor’s degree in Applied Voice at Tougaloo College and went on to teach elementary school for eight years. She also was background vocalist for Vanessa Bell Armstrong and sang alongside many others in the gospel industry. In 2008, Campbell recorded a solo album, Even Me, which earned her a Stellar Award nomination for Best Female Vocalist ...

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Simply Amazing – The Shalom Church City of Peace Mass Choir

Sponsored Post The Shalom Church City Of Peace Mass Choir under the pastoral leadership of Dr. F. James Clark release their debut CD SIMPLY AMAZING. SIMPLY AMAZING, directed by Dello Thedford and produced by Oscar Williams, Jr., features guest performances by powerhouse vocalist Lecresia Campbell (“When I See The Blood”), Gospel music’s leading man Earnest Pugh (“Trust Me”), and songwriter and singer Rev. Quincy Fielding, Jr (“The Lord Is Blessing Me”). #SIMPLYAMAZING http://www.shalomccopchoir.com/ https://twitter.com/sccopchoir https://instagram.com/sccopchoir/

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