”I believe I am an agent for change. The future belongs to those who are open to positive change. People can get stuck in tradition. You got to move on to the next level in life,” said Grammy nominated Bishop Paul S. Mortonduring an interview. The Bishop has a new album release, “Legacy: Live in New Orleans” (Tehillah Music Group/Entertainment One), featuring two different generations of artists. This is his first solo project.
The new album features vocal assistance from Rance Allen, 11-time Grammy winner Shirley Caesar, William Murphy, III, Tasha Cobbs, Lisa Knowles, Zacardi Cortez, DeWayne Woods and his son Grammy Award winning PJ Morton (Maroon5). The Bishop is cofounder of the Greater St. Stephen Full Gospel Baptist Church in New Orleans and is Senior Pastor of the Changing A Generation Full Gospel Church in Atlanta. The live recording has the assistance of 100 members of Greater Change Mass Choir which includes vocalists from both the Greater St. Stephen Full Gospel Baptist Church Choir and the Changing A Generation Full Gospel Baptist Church Choir.
“We bring together Gospel legends that been out for a while that made an impact and the 21st Century artists,” said Bishop Morton about the project. “Rance Allen, I’ve known for years and Shirley Caesar – what can I say… there’s 21st Century artists like Tasha Cobbs…Lisa Knowles, Zacardi Cortez and my son PJ Morton – two Worlds.”
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BISHOP PAUL S. MORTON LEAVES A POWERFUL LEGACY WITH ‘…LIVE IN NEW ORLEANS’ was originally published on praisecleveland.com