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Humble Beginnings with gifted music artist Arthur Roland

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Arthur Roland

Gifted Guitarist - Southern Gospel Artist – Human Justice Humanitarian – Man of God

In 2014, Arthur Roland was inducted into the Gospel Music Hall of Fame as a member of Lucille Pope and the Pearly Gates. He has been playing and touring for 35 years as a professional gospel artist. He is among the first Gospel groups to record and chart on a White Southern Gospel Music label (Morningstar Records).   His sophomore album, "Stepping Out Of Myself,” is slated for release in November 2015.This album is the first project all written produced /song most by Roland, launched  the start up of his own record label, that was always a dream after moving to St Louis, Mo. In 2009 and now back home in Georgia in 2015.From these humble beginnings, Roland has spent 35 years of his life touring, singing, playing, and writing music for some of those same artists that he saw when he walked into that Gospel concert at six years old. In addition to this professional Gospel music career, Roland gives his time, his voice, and musical platform to the community and to speak on racial intolerance and human injustice.  He has chaired the foundation "Urban Future," a St. Louis organization that helps inner city youth focus on school musical dreams and college goals. Roland has also spoken in Florida with Jamie Foxx and other noted celebrities after the Trayvon Martin incident and was at Ground Zero in Ferguson, MO.  As a resident of St. Louis he, along with other St Louis leaders and known personalities, pleaded for calmer heads after the violence erupted. “Stepping Out Of Myself,” his new cd project, is dedicated in remembrance of the Michael Brown . Call 1 6573830771 guestline to speak, I'm your host with the most LADY DIVA




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