15 Songs, 1 Hour 22 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

A live release bursting with gospel energy, Everyday Jesus is far from commonplace. “I Am (Miracle)” is a fun, fast-talking celebration of answered prayer, while the title track genre-hops effortlessly from jazz to pop to R&B, thanks to the versatility and talent of group therAPy. A big choir sound and a long list of guest stars—from Da’ T.R.U.T.H. and Darrel Walls to Maurette Brown Clark and Doretha “Dodi” Sampson—make this a stirring example of how diverse and beautiful modern gospel can be.

EDITORS’ NOTES

A live release bursting with gospel energy, Everyday Jesus is far from commonplace. “I Am (Miracle)” is a fun, fast-talking celebration of answered prayer, while the title track genre-hops effortlessly from jazz to pop to R&B, thanks to the versatility and talent of group therAPy. A big choir sound and a long list of guest stars—from Da’ T.R.U.T.H. and Darrel Walls to Maurette Brown Clark and Doretha “Dodi” Sampson—make this a stirring example of how diverse and beautiful modern gospel can be.

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About Anthony Brown & group therAPy

After spending some fruitful years in the background, songwriter, arranger, and background vocalist Anthony Brown stepped forward in 2012 with Anthony Brown & group therAPy. The strange capitalization refers to the group's beginnings in 2000, when the Maryland native launched the group Answered Prayers to showcase his songwriting. As Brown's work played a role in hit gospel albums like Maurette Brown-Clark's The Dream (2007) and Stephen A. Hurd's Times of Refreshing (2009), Answered Prayers evolved into group therAPy. Performances on three of BET's annual Celebration of Gospel specials -- in 2006, 2007, and 2012 -- preceded their self-titled 2012 debut. Released by Tyscot Records, the album featured guest appearances from Maurette Brown Clark and VaShawn Mitchell. In 2015 they returned with Everyday Jesus. It topped Billboard's gospel albums chart, while the single "Worth" reached the top of the gospel songs chart. A Long Way from Sunday followed in 2017 and became Brown and the group's second number one full-length. ~ David Jeffries

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