Tag Archives: Ronica Bowers

JGM Music Hour: Episode 114

              Episode 114 Playlist: Lord, you’ve been good to me – Tim Woodson & Heirs of Harmony Drive ole Satan away – BJ McKenzie Put your trust in Jesus – God’s Posse Release – The Church Choir feat. Pastor John P. Kee and Maranda Curtis O my soul – Southeastern Gospel Music Workshop Choir Forevermore – Sue Neil Everybody ought to know – D. Corey Shipley feat. Estee Bullock You can call on Jesus – Donnie, Darryl and the JoyBoyz Keep on movin’ – Mr. Del Can’t leave – Williams Singers Do – Pastor ...

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JGM Pick of the Week: April 17, 2017

“Touch Me” Ronica & the Blazing Stars MoDa Records (2017) RonicaTheBlazingStars@gmail.com By Bob Marovich “Touch Me” by Ronica & the Blazing Stars has the relentless up-tempo quartet backbeat and chugging guitars that recall the days when standard musical accompaniment and Holy Ghost-inspired singing were all you needed to move a congregation and shout the glory down. From Mooresville, North Carolina, lead singer Ronica Bowers evokes gospel stompers Evelyn Turrentine-Agee and Dottie Peoples. During the vamp, she cries out for anointing “in this mean old world” so she is healed and can sing and shout right (she does a pretty good ...

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