Posts Tagged ‘Sheri Jones Moffet’

Chad Brawley Sings of Greater

Wednesday, September 3rd, 2014

BrawleyHouston based music minister Chad Brawley wants the world to be reminded that we serve a God of greater and that in him all of our needs are met and we are free to live our best lives.  Greater is a sampling of the music from The WeWorship Experience, recorded live and produced by Brawley and Grammy nominated producers Terence Vaughn and Cedric Smith.  The full length project scheduled for release in early 2015 also features some stand out guest performances from Gene Moore, Cheryl Fortune, Sheri Jones Moffett and Daniel Johnson.

 

November Birthdays – Darwin Hobbs and Sheri Jones Moffet

Friday, November 30th, 2012

Sharing birthdays with Richard Smallwood today are Sheri Jones Moffet (Encourage Yourself) and Darwin Hobbs.  Gospelflava send birthday greetings to all (even those that we missed).

Gospel 411: Williams Brothers, Ted Winn, Hez, Harvey Watkins, Clark Sisters, Paul Morton and more

Tuesday, November 13th, 2012

 

Tuesday saw the release of the new project from Bishop Paul Morton.  Ted Winn composed 2 songs for the project; Living In His Favor (the Curse is Broken) and The Best Is Yet to Come.  Many will remember The Best Is Yet to Come from Ted and Sheri’s The Healing Starts Here 2001 CD.  Karen Clark Sheard joins Bishop Morton on a revamped remake of the Thomas Whitfield classic, The Grass Withereth. There is also a nice family track featuring Bishop Morton, son PJ and daughter Jasmine. Jasmine’s husband and film producer Elvin Ross is generating buzz around his documentary that continues the story of the descendants of Kunta Kinteh, popularized in the Alex Haley Roots miniseries of the 1970s. You can view the trailer and website here: http://www.kuntakintehislandmovie.com/

 

In Clark Sisters news, congratulations goes out to Bishop J. Drew Sheard (husband of Karen, father of Kierra and J Drew III and Karew Record Label co founder) on his election to the 12 member General Board for the 6 million member Church of God in Christ denomination.  Sheard received over 2,600 votes during the elections held in St. Louis at the Holy Convocation.

Producer Stan Jones tweeted about studio time with Harvey Watkins Jr. (of the Canton Spirituals) and The Williams Brothers and Lee Williams.  Projects are scheduled for release sometime in 2013

When does Donald Lawrence sleep? Following his performance on the weekend at the COGIC confab in St. Louis, Lawrence alloted time for studio work on a new Hezekiah Walker project.  Lawrence also noted that  Love Fellowship alum Timiney Figueroa – Caton (who is currently featured on the new single from the Kurt Carr Singers) is featured on a new Hez track.  Donald Lawrence and Company will celebrate New Years in London, England.

 

Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir records a new project this weekend.  Plans are underway for BTC to be a part of the Obama Inauguration festivities.

Chrystal Rucker Giving Thanks And Sharing The Harvest

Sunday, November 11th, 2012

Chrystal Rucker has much to be thankful for.  Her CD  You Deserve debuted at #10 on the Billboard Gospel Charts this summer and the single is amongst the top 30 at radio. Chrystal has traveled throughout the United States sharing the gospel in song and was blessed to include the United Kingdom as part of her travel itinerary.

On Thanksgiving Friday, November 23rd, Chrystal Rucker Ministries will present its annual Sharing the Harvest Concert with the proceeds going to assist local area charities.  This year joining Rucker in giving thanks are VaShawn Mitchell, Sheri Jones Moffet, Anita Wilson, Tobbi and Tommi, Julian Vaughn and Na’Ron Wilson.

Have You Heard? New Music from Lowell Pye – Alright

Wednesday, April 25th, 2012

 

Is this is where I declare that I am a dyed-in-the-wool Lowell Pye fan (as in fanatic)?????? (more…)

Thursday Thoughts: Lowell Pye

Thursday, June 2nd, 2011

Allow me to say that 2010 was a year of exciting releases.  Some we heard, some we missed, some we liked and plainly some we didn’t want to hear.  The Lowell Pye “Finally” project was one of the exceptions, it was good and memorable (although I am not sure if it got its just recognition). So, let me point you to a few words of commentary……   (album review)

….and because I knew there would be people who didn’t believe me, I brought a clip.