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JGM Music Hour – Episode 128

              Playlist for Episode 128: I’ll make it – Alfonzo Udell & Chosen Chorale feat. Lorraine Anderson Put your trust – Apostle James Alston & Fellowship Laughter (just like medicine) – BeBe Winans feat. KS He’s never failed me yet – St. Mark Sanctuary Choir Unto the lamb – Kim Stratton He won’t leave me alone – Shunice Hill-Sullivan Changed me – Vonnie Blackshear We made it through – Dave Bass & the DBGs Holy medley – Cameron Ross Right now’s the right time for Jesus – Steve Cermele Please don’t forgive me – ...

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“Right Now’s the Right Time for Jesus” – Steven Cermele

“Right Now’s the Right Time for Jesus” Steven Cermele From the SLC Records album HealThy Heart Available from Amazon.com By Bob Marovich Culled from his HealThy Heart album, Steve Cermele’s single, “Right Now’s the Right Time for Jesus,” is a southern gospel track that, as I mentioned in my album review, “is ideal for congregational singing and, of all the songs on the album, wins Most Likely to Be Placed in a Hymnbook.” The hymn confirms the veteran singer and musician’s decision a decade ago to focus on Christian music. He should write more songs in this vein.  I could hear them ...

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Steven Cermele – HealThy Heart

Steven Cermele HealThy Heart SLC Records (release date: December 8, 2017) Available from Amazon.com By Bob Marovich Although a professional singer and drummer in secular music for more than 25 years, Steven Cermele has spent the past decade focused exclusively on singing and playing in church. In other words, he’s “divinely rearranged,” as he sings on the title track of his new album, HealThy Heart. Eleven self-penned selections combine the simplicity of southern gospel with the electric drive of country rock. Cermele’s best offerings on HealThy Heart are straight-ahead, no-nonsense southern gospel selections such as “If I Don’t Have Jesus.” The melody, ...

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