Episode 155 Playlist: Lift every voice and sing – Brandon Camphor & One Way New Orleans medley – Jerard & Jovaun The sound of revival – Edwrin Sutton In Jesus’ name – BeBe Winans Heavenly – TaMyya J. You are – Byron Cage Thank you – Rufus Johnson All I am – Taushey Sias Spirit tell me – Cecily God has been so good – MYDASON feat. Bishop Rance Allen With thee I wed – Curtis Fondren feat. Desmond Pringle and Felicia Coleman-Evans Your presence is a gift – E. Dewey Smith Doing it for Jesus – P.U.S.H. Peace, grace, ...Read More »
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“Doing It For Jesus” P.U.S.H. Independent (release date: May 28, 2021) By Robert M. Marovich The female quartet P.U.S.H. from Alexander City, Alabama, returns with a pleasant mid-tempo song that essentially serves as the ladies’ collective mission statement. Once you move past the nearly thirty-second intro, you get that straightforward hard-driving singing that combines traditional quartet chutzpah with contemporary elements. The harmonized “not gonna change my mind” chorus and vamp make for an effective hook and provide plenty of space for the lead singer to let loose. Written by group member Stephanie Kendrick, the song is the title track of ...Read More »
Episode 148 Playlist: One more time – Cynthia Adams Testimony – Young Men 4 Christ Take your burdens – Shirley McNeil & Singers of Faith Precious Lord, take my hand – Dr. Henry Jackson What a friend – Elder Randall Ogans Sr. Wade in the water – Miss Freddye This little light of mine – David Billingsley Never give up – Tasha Cobbs Leonard Speak to me – Koryn Hawthorne Your love is – People of the Earth Trouble don’t last – P.U.S.H. Glory – Detroit Youth Choir, feat. IndigoYaj Oh Jesus (remix) – Dorothy Norwood feat. Dorinda Clark-ColeRead More »
“Trouble Don’t Last Always”P.U.S.H.Independent (release date: January 1, 2020) By Bob Marovich Little did P.U.S.H. know when they released their single “Trouble Don’t Last Always” back in January that the sentiment would be more prophetic than they could have ever anticipated. This female quartet from Alexander City, Alabama, has a simple but effective message: “Turn it over to Jesus.” The troupe renders their simple but effective directive in call-and-response style and set to a customary modern quartet arrangement. Their singing is strong but the harmonies could use the same robust production elements given to the lead singer’s vocals. P.U.S.H. is ...Read More »