Christina Bell

JGM Music Hour: Episode 158

2021-11-05T01:55:36-05:00November 5th, 2021|

Stream by clicking on the image. Episode 158 Playlist: Weeping may endure – Ruth Black & the Harmonettes Trouble in my way – Johnny Ruffin Jr. You fight on – James Pinckney Jr. & the Voices of Faith Jesus Christ is Lord – Carmella Green More than enough [...]

Christina Bell – Still Faithful

2021-10-16T01:51:19-05:00October 16th, 2021|

Christina Bell Still Faithful Malaco Music Group (release date: July 30, 2021) By Robert M. Marovich There's no place like home. So that's just where Christina Bell went, to her hometown of Shreveport, Louisiana, to record a live worship service and package it as Still Faithful. Bell’s star has [...]

JGM Music Hour – Episode 156

2021-08-18T01:53:33-05:00August 18th, 2021|

Click on the image to begin streaming the program Episode 156 Playlist America bless God – Bonita Burney Simmons It’s time – Mary Glover Jesus cares – Leporia “Hollywood” Logan I’d rather have Jesus – True Believers Be with me – Pastor Darren A. Farmer Sr. Thank you [...]

JGM Pick of the Week: August 2, 2021

2021-08-03T01:39:58-05:00August 3rd, 2021|

“Still Faithful” Christina Bell feat. Fred Hammond From the Malaco Music Group CD Still Faithful (release date: July 30, 2021) By Robert M. Marovich With or without assistance from gospel legend Fred Hammond, “Still Faithful” is former Z'iel member Christina Bell’s best solo single yet. To a lilting melody, [...]

“Bow Down” – Christina Bell

2020-09-11T02:26:44-05:00September 11th, 2020|

“Bow Down” Christina Bell From the Malaco CD For His Glory By Bob Marovich It’s not easy being the psalm to follow the popular Psalm 23 (“The Lord is My Shepherd”). Nevertheless, Psalm 24 has plenty of wonderful imagery to offer and Christina Bell must agree. The former Z’iel [...]

Donald Lawrence Recreates the Clark Sisters Sound for Lifetime Biopic

2020-04-11T01:59:49-05:00April 11th, 2020|

By Bob Marovich Like Beatles and Bob Dylan purists, fans of gospel’s celebrated Clark Sisters know every harmony, every vocal ornamentation, and every nuance of every singer on every song by heart—almost better than the artists themselves. No pressure on Donald Lawrence, musical director of The Clark Sisters: First Ladies [...]

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