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Andrea Dumas Recording Gospel Artist

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Whether singing in a church choir or sharing the stage with some of gospel music’s top recording artists, Andrea Dumas is a vessel for God’s song. Called to inspire and encourage through the vehicle of music, Andrea has been blessed to lend her voice to household names in the genre of sacred music. Now the gifted psalmist is stepping from the shadows into the spotlight with her brand new solo debut called Celebrate. With one listen to Dumas’ new release, it’s apparent that standing behind artists such as Yolanda Adams, Donnie McClurkin and Richard Smallwood has served her well. Taking the listener from the excitement of praise to the passion of worship, Andrea Dumas provides an incredible experience for the Gospel music lover.

Hailing from Morristown, New Jersey, Andrea grew up in the church and in
a home that was full of music. Her mother, a church pianist, instilled a love for gospel music in her. When she was a child, her parents took her to hear college choirs and other artists when they were in town. The first time she heard a gospel choir sing “God Is”, she was hooked. A seed was planted which would ultimately change her life. When Andrea went to college in
the Washington, DC area, she realized just how much she loved to sing and joined the gospel choir. Being a member of the University of Maryland’s gospel choir was instrumental in cultivating her singing as well as drawing her closer to God.For Andrea Dumas, it all comes down to sharing the message of Christ. She says, “I believe that music can go places where sometimes words may not. As a background singer, I have seen the way music opens doors and gives access to audiences in ways that other means may not. Music is able to transcend barriers and I want to use music to soften people’s hearts for the word of God.” 

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