Jaime Jamgochian hails from Boston, MA, and accepted Christ while attending college at Berklee College of Music, before moving to Seattle, WA, to serve as a worship leader at one of the area churches. It was during this time that Jamgochian moved to Nashville and became the anchor artist for Centricity Music. She released four projects and had several hit singles, including the 12-week No. 1 song “Hear My Worship.” She was with the label for 10 years before striking out on her own as an independent artist. Jamgochian has led worship at churches around the world and has shared the stage with such Christian mainstays as Point Of Grace, Mark Schultz, Francesca Battistelli, and Jason Gray. Jamgochian has become known for performances and support for women’s events, including her own ministry for young girls “Modest Is Hottest.” Jamgochian resides in the Nashville area.
Tyrus Morgan is a Kansas native who had a passion for playing baseball while in high school, but once he inherited his grandfather’s guitar there was no turning back from music. He started playing in local bands while in college and it was after graduation that Morgan made his way to Nashville. He started out the same way several artists and songwriters do in Music City, by holding down two jobs: his day gig of advertising that paid the bills and his passion at night of songwriting. Heeding his faith calling, Morgan began his full-time music ministry 18 months after moving to Nashville, which eventually led to signing with Curb Records and releasing his first radio hit, “Song to the Savior.” Morgan has also written hit singles for other artists that include “Good Fight” by Unspoken and Newsong’s “The Same God.” Morgan is married with two daughters and a son.
Jaime Jamgochian and Tyrus Morgan team up to release a 6-song EP, Christmastime.
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