Jay Caldwell, Lead Singer for the Gospel Ambassadors will be on the Linwood Jackson Radio Show, Sept. 21 join us live 2-3 @ http://www.wfai1510.com/programs/20
Jay Caldwell began his singing ministry at the age of five singing with his church choir. Jay Caldwell and The Gospel Ambassadors recorded their first nationally known album in 1979 entitled “One Day At A Time”. The group has been together for over 40 years and continues to give the world a sound that is unique to all who listen to them. The group has recorded twelve albums to date, with such songs as “Take It Away”, “Grand mama’s Hands”, “Soul Look Back”, “I Don’t Mind”, I Got “Something You Can’t Take It Away”, “Leaving On My Mind” and “Take Off Your Shoes” just to name a few. Jay has traveled to various countries such as Russia, Brazil and Canada with the cast of “Gospel At Colonial”, And with the Gospel Ambassadors has shared the stage with music legends such as Shirley Caesar, The Mighty Clouds of Joy, Swanee Quintet, Lumzy Sisters, and the Dixie Hummingbirds. The group has toured several states throughout the United States and continues to spread the gospel through music wherever they go. I am looking forward to speaking with the gospel legend, Jay Caldwell. http://gospelambassadors.com/
Linwood Jackson Host of “The Linwood Jackson Radio Show” & “The Matador on the dance floor” is committed to giving good information and inspirational content each and every Sun. 2-3pm. on Delaware’s exclusive urban contemporary station, WFAI 1510am. We have a great show in store for you join us live here; http://www.wfai1510.com/programs/20
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