“None But The Righteous” (1991) Oscar Hayes & Abundant Life Fellowship



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This is track 3 from the 1991 album “Got To Tell It”.
Written by Angela Tarrant, Darius Twyman and Oscar Hayes
Oscar Hayes was born October 12, 1967, in Detroit Michigan to Ms. June Hayes. Oscar grew up on the fast track. Living on the north-end exposed him to the streets at an early age. The tragedy of losing his best friend to gun violence and coming close to death himself slowed him down. Hayes was captivated by Gospel legend, Marvin Winans. One night at a gospel concert, young Hayes gave his life to Christ. Although he had never had any formal training, he asked God for the gift of music, and the world benefited from his entreaty. In 1988, Hayes formed a group comprised of young singers mostly from the ghetto from whence he came: history began. Since that time, Oscar became a driving force in Gospel Music.

In 1990, John P. Kee took note of this young music talent, and demanded a recording contract from Tyscot Records. This recording introduced Hayes to a new world. Hayes’ first recording, “Got 2 Tell It,” placed him immediately among the cream of the crop of Gospel Music. His sophomore project, “Simply Determined” won him the G.M.W.A. Best New Artist of the Year Award, both locally & nationally and again he charted on Billboard for more than thirteen weeks. Oscar then recorded his next project, “Another Level” independently with the Charisma Music Group. The world supported his efforts with great numbers and once again he charted with Billboard. Hayes’ 4th Project, “Live in New Orleans” was recorded with Westbound Records in 2000. Hayes remained on Billboard Charts for 28 weeks and received various awards for his work.

He performed with such notable personalities as: Luther Vandross, Stevie Wonder, Michael Jackson, Benny Hinn Crusades, Shirley Caesar; Aretha Franklin, Kirk Franklin, Donald Lawrence, Hezekiah Walker, Fred Hammond and was a regular guest on the Dr. Bobby Jones B.E.T. gospel television show. Oscar has written songs for the legendary Craig Brothers, Pastor Edgar Vann and Second Ebenezer Mass Choir, the title song for Derrick Milan & Peter’s Rock Mass Choir and was the guest songwriter & director for the National Progressive Baptist Churches of America. Oscar made guest appearances on the following T.V. shows; Singsation, Mo Gospel videos, C.T.N. The Detroit Thanksgiving Day Parade and the prestigious World Fair. Internationally, Oscar toured in the Bahamas, Trinidad, Barbados, Canadian Providences, Prague, Russia and Germany.

He held a Bachelors degree from William Tyndale Christian College, Masters and Th.D, from A.P. Clay Christian Seminary (Baton Rouge, LA.). Hayes pastored Nazarene MBC in Detroit. He was the president and founder of ACCO, a community based company, which feeds clothes and educates more than 100 families weekly. He held two keys from the city of New Orleans and more than fifty social and civic awards from Detroit institutions and houses of worship.

Oscar Hayes died on January 19, 2015.

Change In Me (DVD) – Eternal Light Singers, “Bringing It Home – Live in Marianna, AR”



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New Eternal Light Singers: Bringing It Home – Live in Marianna, AR.
DVD Release Date: Jul 02, 2013

What is known today as the “Eternal Light Singers” originally formed in 1982, under the name of “On Fire For God Ensemble” in Marianna, Arkansas. Founding member include Rev. Ronald Broussard, the vanguard pastor of Mt. Calvary Missionary Baptist Church along with the illustrious Rev. Cecil Coleman of New Bethel Missionary Baptist Church, both located in Marianna. Rev. Cedric Coleman is the principle-centered pastor of Spring Grove Missionary Baptist Church located in Haynes, AR.

In addition to the founders, the group is also comprised of many other talented musicians who ensure the impeccable and spiritual sound of the group. They would include, Minister Barry Phillips, Tobbis Parker, Derrick Reed, Cecil Coleman Jr., Quincy Coleman, and Jesse Johnson. Song writing for the group is handled mostly by Ronald Broussard, Cecil and Cedric Coleman.

During their long career, the Eternal Light Singers have performed in countless venues across the country with numerous distinguished and esteemed artists. They include Lee Williams & The Spiritual QC’s, Doc McKenzie & The Hi-Lites, Harvey Watkins & The Canton Spirituals, Paul Porter and The Christianaires, Rev. Andrew Cheairs & The Songbirds and many, many others. The Eternal Light Singers were nominated at the 2003 Gospel Music Workshop of America’s national conclave, in two categories for the coveted “Excellence Awards”: Quartet Group of the Year and New Artists of the Year. Other notable highlights include receiving the “Key To The City” in Marianna, AR. Along with being recognized as the Quartet of the Year by the Arkansas Heritage Gala Awards.

Eternal Light Singers released their first record project “Come To Jesus” in 1988 on the Soundplex label in Jonesboro, AR. In 1992 Walter Witherspoon of the renowned Racy Brothers produced their project “Vision” for Bepo Records. In 2000 E&J Records of Memphis, TN commissioned a project for the Eternal Light Singers, called “Live in Memphis.” Then, in 2002, The Eternal Light Singers released the CD “New Thang” on the Alleho International Music label. The CD was produced by the legendary Gloster Williams who also wrote the lead song. “New Thang” proved to be the most successful release of their career and brought them further into the spotlight in the gospel world.

In 2009 The Eternal Light Singers came to the attention of Ecko Records in Memphis, TN where they were signed to a multi album deal. Their first release on Ecko Records is their best CD to date entitled “Simply Outstanding”. With their current CD already a success the releationship with Ecko promises great things for this group in the future.

The Eternal Light Singers are indeed one the nation’s most prolific and spirited gospel groups, with an awe-inspiring ability to sing traditional (Quartet-style), and contemporary gospel music. Members are steadfast to their art form and most importantly to their music ministry.

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Pray On (DVD) – Rev. Walter Ellis & The Country Boys



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Rev. Walter Ellis & The Country Boys – Live At the Rest
Recorded Oct 9 2005 at Pilgrim Rest Baptist Church, Montgomery, AL

Originally founded by the late David L. Dickerson in 1959, The Country Boys were originally known as The Sensational Gospelaires of Deatsville, Al. After the departure of original frontman (Dickerson’s brother), Rev. Mack H. Parker, the (then teenage) Rev. Ellis assumed lead duties with complimentary tenor (the late) G.G. Bowen. As the group continued to evolve, the name change to The Country Boys of Alabama eventually occurred. Today, Rev. Ellis and his brother, Greg, sing the majority of the lead vocals. Currently, Rev. Ellis pastors the Pilgrim Rest Missionary Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. The Group is especially known for its outstanding harmonization and for its riveting live performances. Rev. Ellis and the Country Boys have performed and recorded with the likes of Harvey Watkins, Jr, the Williams Brothers, and the Five Blind Boys of Alabama. The group’s hits include “In Times Like These”, “Glad I Learned How to Lean”, “Give God a Chance”,”They Call Him Jesus”, and “Lord You’ve Been Good to Me”.
Track Listing:
1. I’ve Been Touched
2. He’s The One
3. Pray On
4. Bright Side
5. Won’t It Be Grand
6. Holy Spirit (Move Right Now)
7. If It Had Not Been For The Lord
8. They Call Him Jesus
9. Grace Brought Us Through
10. Miracle
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Apostle Cleveland Smith “In the Morning” Praise Break at EBC 2012



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Apostle Cleveland Smith strikes a Praise song “In the Morning (when I rise)” during his exaltation and prophecy and everyone began to sing, dance and bless God.

Apostle Smith is the honorable pastor of St. John Deliverance Temple Mobile, AL . Ebenezer is pastored by the anointed Rev. Jermaine Landrum.

Ebenezer/ St. John Fellowship 2012

Joe Pace Medley // Royalwood Church // 2015 Houston South Texas Camp Meeting



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Pastor Tyrone Jefferson & Abundant Life Tabernacle Singing at Jazz Fest



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Pastor Tyrone Jefferson and the Abundant Life Tabernacle Full Gospel Baptist Church New Orleans, Louisiana Churching at The New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival.

The Late Apostle Robert Evans, Jr. “Dance David Dance” (1995)



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here are clips from a 1995 throwback service of the Late Apostle Robert Evans Jr at the Bethel Temple Church in Baltimore Maryland preaching “Dance David Dance”..ENJOY!!

Miracle (DVD) – Rev. Walter Ellis & The Country Boys



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Rev. Walter Ellis & The Country Boys – Live At the Rest
Recorded Oct 9 2005 at Pilgrim Rest Baptist Church, Montgomery, AL

Originally founded by the late David L. Dickerson in 1959, The Country Boys were originally known as The Sensational Gospelaires of Deatsville, Al. After the departure of original frontman (Dickerson’s brother), Rev. Mack H. Parker, the (then teenage) Rev. Ellis assumed lead duties with complimentary tenor (the late) G.G. Bowen. As the group continued to evolve, the name change to The Country Boys of Alabama eventually occurred. Today, Rev. Ellis and his brother, Greg, sing the majority of the lead vocals. Currently, Rev. Ellis pastors the Pilgrim Rest Missionary Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. The Group is especially known for its outstanding harmonization and for its riveting live performances. Rev. Ellis and the Country Boys have performed and recorded with the likes of Harvey Watkins, Jr, the Williams Brothers, and the Five Blind Boys of Alabama. The group’s hits include “In Times Like These”, “Glad I Learned How to Lean”, “Give God a Chance”,”They Call Him Jesus”, and “Lord You’ve Been Good to Me”.
Track Listing:
1. I’ve Been Touched
2. He’s The One
3. Pray On
4. Bright Side
5. Won’t It Be Grand
6. Holy Spirit (Move Right Now)
7. If It Had Not Been For The Lord
8. They Call Him Jesus
9. Grace Brought Us Through
10. Miracle
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Mike Manuel – Got My Name in the Big Book



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Cross Creek Cowboy Church Dothan AL

Alvin Darling sings “Lord Do It” LIVE in Baton Rouge, LA



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Alvin Darling sings “Lord Do It” LIVE in Baton Rouge, LA at the Heaven 1460 “WXOK-AM” 57th Anniversary Celebration.