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Eddie Robinson Records In Florida

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"I STILL REMEMBER"
Live Recording...

Ft. Lauderdale, FL - February 8, 2003 - Songwriter, recording artist, and workshop clinician, Minister Eddie A. Robinson, records live again March 1, 2003 at 7:00 p.m. in Fort Lauderdale, Fl at the New Mount Olive Baptist Church, 400 NW 9th Avenue. The public is welcome to attend this free event!

This project features "The Voices of South Florida", a newly formed choral aggregation in the South Florida community. The choir has an astounding amount of gospel recording talent. Some members have recorded with the former Florida Mass Choir and other gospel artists and choirs. This group performs at various events throughout the South Florida area.

Eddie Robinson is no stranger to gospel music as he has written for artists such as Dottie Peoples (Happy in Jesus, He Meant It For My Good, Pray Until Something Happens, First Class Physician, All My Help, Begin Again; co-writer of the 1996 Stellar Award Song of the Year, "On Time God".) He has also written for the Gospel Music Workshop of America Mass Choir (What He's Done, Jesus Is His Name and Changed) and other artists as well. He travels the U.S. conducting workshops for church choirs, facilitating classes at various conventions, and ministering. Minister Robinson is a member of the Thomas A. Dorsey National Convention of Gospel Choirs and Choruses. He is the President of the South Florida Choral Chapter, national organist, and serves in many other capacities throughout the convention. He is also a member of the Gospel Music Workshop of America, where he has written and recorded several of his songs and a member the Florida GMWA Gospel Announcers Guild.

His success as a songwriter, workshop clinician, and choir director clearly displays the anointing of the Holy Spirit in his life. Best known for his "let's have church" flavor, Minister Eddie A. Robinson is ready to follow up on his sophomore project "Singing Hallelujah All Day" with more powerful gospel compositions with that same "church flavor". "Singing Hallelujah All Day" vaulted him further into the gospel arena as he and his church choir, The Voices of Mount Olive, have had great success with airplay throughout the country.



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