Gospel music icon, CeCe Winans‘ new book “Believe for It: Passing On Faith to the Next Generation” is finally out and available now in stores today. This marks CeCe’s first book in over 10 years, and It explores what it means to pass along wisdom and faith to generations to come. Believe for It: Passing
Powerhouse gospel songstress and Grammy winner, Tasha Cobbs Leonard has unwrapped the official performance video for yet another track off of her new live album, HYMNS. The new song/visuals titled “Counting My Blessings” features Grammy award-winning gospel duo Mary Mary who brought the extra sauce to the flavorsome track. “Counting My Blessings” is a song
Ardent worshipper Victoria Orenze premieres the live video for “The Weapon” off of her new album “Truth in Sounds”. The powerful song is #3 on the live project which houses thirteen (13) powerful tracks. “This is a song for Spiritual Battle,” Victoria Orenze shares, “The Scriptures say The Weapons of our warfare are not carnal
Transformation Worship debuted with “Eagle,” their first single featuring Christian Hip-Hop sensation, KB. A music video has also been released for the Hip-Hop/Soul fusion that’s quite making a splash. The song expresses heart-cry for an outpouring of the Holy Spirit and God’s presence, even in these times. Quotable Lyrics “Holy Spirit come down Lord, we
Singer Claudia Campagnol has released her latest project, Right Now. It is a ten track effort, which expertly mixes Jazz, RnB, and Pop styles, which give the listener some great tracks to add to their favorite playlists. The production is strong, and the instrumentation is stellar. We also love her background vocal layering. Here are
“WHAT WOULD A CHRISTMAS BE” was written by Tanya Nolan and Keyiara Sallie and produced by Cory Mo. “For many of us it’s the most wonderful time of the year. It’s the feeling of joy, warmth and nostalgia I feel when I’m putting up the Christmas tree and listening to Christmas music with my love ones. It’s a real mood
Lucía Gutiérrez Rebolloso, a 21-year-old vocalist born and raised in Veracruz, Mexico, took first place in the 11th Annual Sarah Vaughan International Jazz Vocal Competition, which was held yesterday … Read More “Sarah Vaughan International Jazz Vocal Competition Announces 2023 Winners” The post Sarah Vaughan International Jazz Vocal Competition Announces 2023 Winners appeared first on JazzTimes.
There are certain works of art with which I wish I could have a conversation, so that I might express my gratitude for them. I … Read More “Sun Ra and the Cornucopia House Band” The post Sun Ra and the Cornucopia House Band appeared first on JazzTimes.
Before we enter the current world of drummer, producer, and curator Denardo Coleman, a funny story from the past. In 1996, the year after the … Read More “Denardo Coleman: Like Father, Like Son” The post Denardo Coleman: Like Father, Like Son appeared first on JazzTimes.
Forever known as a cross-pollinator, moving with a free spirit from one hive (psychedelia, world music) to another (Bartók, Ornette Coleman), saxophone/flutist Charles Lloyd seems … Read More “Charles Lloyd: Trio of Trios: Chapel, Ocean, Sacred Thread (Blue Note)” The post Charles Lloyd: Trio of Trios: Chapel, Ocean, Sacred Thread (Blue Note) appeared first on