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100 Huntley Street - August 12, 2022
Dove Award-winning Gospel singer/songwriter Lynda Randle recently released her highly anticipated new recording, Pilgrim Journey. Produced by GRAMMY®-nominated, multi-Dove Award-winning singer/songwriter Cindy Morgan, the Gaither Music Group (Capitol Christian Music Group/Universal Music) release marries Gospel, soul, blues and Americana soundscapes with Randle’s signature warm, rich vocals on new arrangements of popular Inspirational classics and spirituals, as well as original selections. Highlights of the project include an impassioned new rendition of the beloved American spiritual “Give Me Jesus,” a duet with Kimberly Schlapman of country supergroup Little Big Town; “I Want Jesus To Walk With Me,” featuring GRAMMY® Award-winning multi-instrumentalist, vocalist and producer Tommy Sims (Eric Clapton, Sting); the debut single “Plenty Good Room,” which has landed on Spotify’s New Music Friday Christian and Healin Blues playlists, among others; and the stirring “Motherless Child Medley,” a fan-favorite from Randle’s repertoire. Seamlessly traversing a range of genres, singer/songwriter, author, speaker and television personality Lynda Randle is one of Christian music’s most distinct voices. Garnering a Dove Award for her 2004 recording A Tribute To Mahalia Jackson, Randle has performed at a Billy Graham Crusade; was among the official entertainers for the 98th National Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony in 2020; and she made her Grand Ole Opry debut earlier this year. Randle and her brother, GRAMMY®-winning dc Talk founding member and Newsboys frontman Michael Tait, headline the popular “Together For Christmas Tour” each year, and Randle is the creator and host of the annual “A Woman After God’s Own Heart” conference. http://lyndarandle.com
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