Isha Love | Jars of Waters
by Peggy Oliver
The main attraction for me when artists piece together impactful music is how they pour their genuine heart out for their craft, especially for the independent musician. Before diving into those independent waters, Isha Love began playing the piano at an early age before she realized her career in high school as a musician in the jazz market, along with an extensive discipline in classical music.
Grace and Mercy
by Darnell Meyers-Johnson
Jonathan Butler signed his first recording contract at twelve years old. By the time he was fifteen, he was already an established recording artist in his native South Africa. By his own admission, he was also a drug addict whose soul was seeking salvation. Guidance would come through a friendship with a fan who introduced him to the Christian faith. That fan would later become his brother in law.
Hart Ramsey | My Next Heartbeat
by Brent Faulkner
Producer, jazz pianist, and pastor Hart Ramsey returns with his
sophomore smooth jazz effort, My Next Heartbeat. On Heartbeat, Hart
Ramsey assembles a cast of talented musicians to support him. Having had
the opportunity of reflecting on Ramsey’s debut effort, my enthusiasm
to reflect upon his sophomore effort was high.