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Belmont graduate forges funky gospel music path

The Herald-Dispatch of Huntingdon, W. Va., profiles recent Belmont University graduate Jason Johnson:

Since his graduation, he has been actively touring the eastern United States leading praise and worship and playing his original compositions. He found time in this schedule to compile his first album, called ‘Never-ever Land,’ which features 10 of those compositions. Johnson draws musical inspiration from varied artists such as Stevie Wonder, Stevie Ray Vaughn and Donny Hathaway. Influences that diverse make the genre of his album difficult to classify.

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