Posts Tagged ‘Samuel R Blakes’

Bishop Samuel Blakes Keeps Us Connected

Tuesday, February 17th, 2015

What can be said about Samuel R. Blakes? To his credit, he is an “of note with no doubt” gospel preacher.  He serves as Senior Pastor of  New Home Ministries, a multi-location ministry in Baton SBlakesRouge and New Orleans Louisiana and he inspires the masses via his weekly telecast on the Word Network.  Most important, Bishop Blakes knows the importance of close connection with God through prayer as expressed in God Wants To Hear From You, the new single from his debut CD, I Survived.  As he sings from personal experience, he is able to convey a message of hope and inspire and uplift people from all walks of life.  The single is available on iTunes and has connected with audiences reaching well into the top 50 on the radio charts.  Look for the full project featuring guest appearances from Bishop Paul S. Morton and David Hollister with production assistance from master producer Pharis Evans, Jr.  later this year.

Pharis Evans Jr Takes Us To The Fountain Of Life

Tuesday, July 29th, 2014

Grammy, Stellar and Dove award nominated singer/songwPEJ1riter/producer Pharis Evans, Jr. has greatly impacted the landscape of Gospel music writing and producing chart topping hits for The Williams Brothers, Stevie Wonder, DJ Rogers, Kelly Price, Bobby Jones and NSC, Stephanie Mills,  Yolanda Adams, Bishop Paul Morton, the Canton Spirituals, Bishop Neal Roberson and the list goes on.  Evans’ lineage consists of great preachers and minstrels as he is the son of a preacher and the nephew of the legendary iconic gospel preacher and singer, Reverend Clay Evans.

Evans fulfills a God ordained assignment with the formation of Fountain of Life Records.  The label aims to provide music that both revitalizes and refreshes the spirit much like water quenches the natural thirst.   Scheduled releases include Due Season,  a 2 disc set from Pharis Evans, Jr and Loved Ones, the long awaited follow up disc from Saints with a Vision as well as music from newcomers Romandis Moore, Davie Moore, DeWayne Strong and noted pastor Samuel R. Blakes.