“MUSIC” – intro to the radio interview with John Henry Harvey

Music. God’s rhythmic blessing that deposits courage, faith & spirituality into the heart and soul. It is a quintessential element composed of thought, feeling, and emotion, interpreted by the performance artist who delivers the powerful message from the most sincere and honest place within the heart.

Music is our confidant during times of mourning and sorrow, and our radiant light during moments of joy and celebration. It is our connection to meaning and purpose that transports us via melodic revelry, towards a higher plain of spirituality and existence, taking us closer to the divine, to the holy.
There in that space of hope we are consoled and find reason and purposeful understanding, as we behold a vast love from an insurmountable power by the touching words and music that fill the corridors of our belief, and what lingers on afterwards is the word.

The chosen are touched by the very breath of God, vulnerable without fear, for in their honesty lies the perfect key that links us together and makes us human. When he reached out to me and asked to be on the show it was a no brainer, for behind that inquiry was God’s whisper which reminded me of the platform for which I have been given.

John Henry Harvey Tate Music 7-2014 pic2

LINK TO INTERVIEW WITH TATE MUSIC GROUP ARTIST:

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/authorgdgrace/2014/07/26/tate-music-groups-christian-performing-aritst-john-henry-harvey

BLOG TALK RADIO PRODUCER AND HOST: GD GraceGD Grace 2014

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