Monday, October 17, 2011
Washington, DC – Fans say that Music Producer Deborah E. Bradley combines the spiritual intimacy of Mahalia Jackson with the jazzy gospel infusion of Dottie Peoples in a contemporary and nostalgic way. By day she serves as a special education teacher for DC schools. By nights and weekends she can be found producing Christian music or ministering at hospitals, nursing homes, and shelters. Her newest CD release, TIS THE SEASON, celebrates the gift of Jesus Christ and reminds us of whom we belong to, while we celebrate.
This year there is a want for nostalgia. By the television shows we’re watching, the clothes we are wearing, we want to remember the great things about being American. Classic Christmas and Gospel songs include: “Go Tell it On the Mountain” and “The Old Rugged Cross.”
“TIS THE SEASON reminds us of the greatness of God. There is at least one or two songs that every listener will love dearly and may choose to listen year round, because these are classic Christmas songs. Songs we can hear over and over again,” Bradley states.
Bradley has appeared at Seaton Memorial AME Church of Lanham, MD and Montplier Arts Center in Laurel, MD. As a gift to the community that has supported her, Bradley is offering a free concert to local non-profits, which service the needy during the 2011 holiday season
Visit her at www.deborahedwardsbradley.com. To book her to appear at your holiday event, please contact Dee Stewart at firstname.lastname@example.org. She is offering free concerts to churches and charities for the holidays.