Dallas, TX — Gaye Arbuckle is an anointed Gospel artist and songwriter from Dallas, TX with an enriched style and talent that leaves you spiritually touched as she ministers in song. Gaye is currently the minister of music of Concord Church in Dallas where she recorded her live CD with her church choir, The United Voices of Concord. This live CD, HOLY is available now in stores via Central South Distribution.
Founder and president of the GMWA, the late Reverend James Cleveland presented Gaye to the gospel world at a very young age. Since then, she has been a featured soloist on two GMWA albums, featured on a Mississippi Mass Choir album with the late Rev. James Moore, on “Have Faith in God” and with Pastor Clay Evans project HE’S A BATTLE AXE on “Oh How Much He Cares”. Gaye also featured on CLICHÉS (Greg O’Quin) singing “Unh-Unh”, and has appeared at the Take It To The Bridge Conference, The National Baptist Convention, and on TBN.
2. This Is The Day <<Radio Single>>
4. The Blood
5. He Can
7. Totally Committed
8. Come In
9. I Surrender All
10. Waiting Right Here
11. Jesus Is My Rock
Gaye’s fervent passion for worship and pristine vocal adeptness is now being heard across the airwaves. The first single from HOLY is “This Is The Day” which is impacting Gospel radio now.
Gaye Arbuckle radiates the heart of a worshiper and is a woman in love with God. The gifted musician, songwriter and psalmist is also a noted vocal coach and enjoys functioning as a workshop clinician. She is an artist who brings a flare of style to the music industry and continues walking in divine order.
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