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Sonya McGuire - Recording Artist

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Sonya McGuire is a Preachers' daughter who learned to sing, act, and appreciate music at a very early age. With music playing such a dominant role in the home, Sonya felt there was no other path for her, than to follow the unofficial “family business.” Initially, Sonya chose drums to express her musical creativity and talent. Later, she developed a love for singing as well as directing; quickly becoming the obvious choice for Music Director at her Father’s church where her musical direction was inspiring and dynamic. If describing Sonya McGuire in one word, it would be anointed.Sonya is truly a multi-gifted individual. She is a Gospel singer, recording artist, songwriter, musician, and Radio Personality for Freedom Radio.com. Sonya truly has ministry at the heart of all she does. Sonya's unique ministry and style of Praise & Worship, has electrified audiences, offering them an original and blessed Praise & Worship experience. With vocal ability that is comparable to none and marveled by many, Sonya incorporates thought- provoking lyrics with unmistakable Jazz overtones into her music. Her organic songwriting abilities blend Soul, traditional Gospel, Jazz, Funk, and Praise & Worship. Her gift has made room for her to share the stage with artists such as Mariah Carey, Kirk Franklin, Tye Tribett, Donnie McClurkin, Dorinda Clark-Cole, Fred Hammond, Kim Burrell, Marvin Sapp, Natalie Wilson and S.O.P., Israel Houghton, Karen Clark –Sheard, Rizen, Youthful Praise, Mary Mary, the Georgia Mass Choir and many more. Her most recent collaboration with Corey “Coco Brother” Condrey’s (DJ personality from Atlanta’s biggest Gospel station) Stand Project introduced her most popular single “Should’ve Thought About It” to audiences across all 50 states. 

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