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Pulse of Entertainment: Patrick Lundy & Ministers of Music's ‘Way-Maker' Releases ‘He's Still the Light'
by Eunice Moseley
26, 2021) - "Over 200 singers were invited," said Patrick Lundy, choir director and founder
of the Ministers of Music (Ebenezer AME Church), about the "Way-Maker" album.
They are currently promoting the newest single, "He's Still the Light," off the project.
Their eighth album marks the 25th anniversary of the choir.
"We're celebrating our 25th anniversary, which
is a milestone, and I wanted all the Ministers of Music to be a part of it...our Georgia ministers, our alumni in D.C. and
current ministers," he added about the invite to participate on the "Way-Maker" project.
of Georgia, Patrick graduated from Howard (University), in Washington, DC, with a Bachelor in Music Business. He formed the
Ministers of Music (MOM) in 1994 at Ebenezer AME Church in Ft. Washington, MD. In 1995 MOM released their debut album "We
Sing the Power;" followed by their sophomore album "Carried Me" in 1998; then "Standin'" (Allen &
Allen Music Group) in 2003, which was produced by Dorothy Norwood, and then "The Fellowship" (Meridian) in 2005.
It was "The Fellowship" album that garnered Patrick Lundy and the Ministers of Music (PL&MOM)
their first position on Billboard's Gospel Albums Chart at #29. Their fifth album was "Determined" (Central South)
in 2007, followed by their sixth album "Majesty" in 2014, and "By Faith" (Daywind Records) was their seventh
and latest released in 2017 before the "Way-Maker" project - which peaked at #15 on the BDS Gospel Airplay Chart
upon its released.
"We rehearsed them independently," Patrick explained to me. "I
fitted them to a particular song. They are all...talented singers...God gave to me. My first choir I hand picked from those
that worked with in the DMV area. When I write songs it's more inspiration. We (songwriters) write off of our experiences."
Based in Washington, DC, PG&MOM has performed at the annual PBS "A Capital Fourth," for the White House
with the World's Fair Tour representing the United States in Portugal, Spain and Italy, and at The Kennedy Center for the
Performing Arts. The newest single "He is Still the Light" features the vocals of Beverly Askia, is written by Lundy
and produced by Cedric Thompson (Donald Lawrence, Bishop TD Jakes).
"We have a Grammy Award winning producer
from North Carolina," Patrick added. "...It's important to find someone you can trust with your music." www.PLundyMOM.org