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Rejoice With Me!

Rejoice With Me!

Artist: Bobby Jones

MP3 Album: $9.99 Download


Format: CD
Catalog: 7005027
Rel. Date: 03/25/2014
UPC: 852687005027

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12th studio album from the legendary Dr. Bobby Jones, host of BET's 'Bobby Jones Gospel,' the longest running program in cable TV history and #1 most watched show on BET!


This soul-stirring, ten track-set is comprised of all original music and also features backing vocals by the NSC (Nashville Super Choir) that regularly performs on Jones' TV show. R&B star Faith Evans leads the rousing CD title track 'Rejoice with Me' that's currently racing up the Billboard airplay charts. Jones says 'But everyone on the project was outstanding so I'm proud that this will be part of my legacy.' Former Sounds of Blackness vocalist Ann Nesby joins Dr. Jones for the inspiring ballad 'Praise the Lord' and members of NSC take turns joining Dr. Jones for a triumphant celebration of faith. Produced by Professor James Roberson (Beverly Crawford, UCLA Gospel Choir) and Michael Bereal (Earnest Pugh, Dave Hollister), the project is arguably the best album of Jones' career.