The Japan Mass Choir 1,000 Voices Coming To America! U.S. Southern Tour July 10-20, 2015
(Charlotte, NC) – The Japan Mass Choir is coming to America from July 10 – 20. Kicking off in Kings Mountain, NC followed by performances in Charlotte, South Carolina, Atlanta, GA, and other cities to be announced.
The producer, Jett Edwards and co-producer Jenna are making history, as this is the first time in the history of Japan or Asia, that a record and producing team has manage to produce a thousand-voice choir record release and U.S. Tour.
The Japan Mass Choir’s CD entitled “Powerful” (Living In His Body As One) will be released in the U.S. and other countries in July on Lifeline Records.
Edwards, CEO, is a Tokyo based producer and Gospel Artist has worked with the Five Blind Boys of Mississippi & Alabama, Janet Jackson, George Benson, among others. Edwards has partnered with Japanese Gospel entrepreneur Jenna, who runs the largest Gospel music school franchise in Japan with approximately 2000 members nationwide.
“I started my Gospel Music journey here in Japan using music to encourage people who were impacted by the 2011 Tsunami,” says Edwards, “and through our charity Believers Today, we would visit the devastated areas like Tohoku Ishinomaki and encourage them with songs.”
Powerful explains the message taken from 1Corinthians 1:12 and the rich cutting edge sound of the music. Feel like you need a little Power in your life, here’s where you get it. The CD is available through all the usual digital media outlets as well as the Believers Today and Japan Mass Choir websites.
Look forward to the release of the Japan Mass Choir documentary DVD soon.
About Jett Edwards
Jett was born in North Carolina, grew up in a household of Professional Entertainers. His father, Hiawatha Edwards, was a renowned Gospel Singer. Jett learned how to play multiple instruments from him. He recorded his first record as a Bassist on one of his father’s CD as writer for his first recording at the age of 14, entitled Lonely Man recorded on Philly Sounds. Jett later became one of the first African-Native Americans to perform at the Grand Ole Opry, in Tennessee with The Five Blind Boys of Mississippi. The group won a Grammy Award the following year with Jett Edwards was Bassist for the Group. Jett has Produced – Executive Producer, Managed, written for or performed with: Dionne Warwick, George Benson, Janet Jackson, Dianna Ross, Isley Brothers, K C & The Sunshine Band, Crusaders, Chaka Khan, Gap Band, Edgar Winter, Temptations, Latoya Jackson, and others. For booking contact: Lorrin Bates: 818.322.4760 ~ firstname.lastname@example.org