Earnest Pugh celebrated the arrival of his latest project, Survive, Wednesday night at The Village of Faith Church of Richmond. The album release party and concert was open to the public and featured live performances by collaborators and friends Nikki Ross, James Johnson, Ruth La’Ontra, Lonnie Hunter, and the Virginia State Mass Choir.
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Pugh plans to donate a portion of the proceeds from the album to the Hurricane Harvey Fund. “As a Houston resident, I feel personally connected to the devastation and feel compelled to do everything I can to help bring restoration to a city and families that have meant so much to me,” says Pugh.
Survive is currently available for purchase.
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