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Rev. Clay Evans

About Rev. Clay Evans

The Rev. Clay Evans comes from the same school of groundbreaking Gospel as the Rev. James Cleveland. In the early '50s, Evans was one of the many musician/preachers adding contemporary pop shadings to once strictly hymnal Gospel. Often backed by church organ and a rousing choir, his energetic arrangements are synonymous with the form and can be enjoyed for their historical value, or as uplifting celebrations of religious belief.

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Rev. Clay Evans

The Rev. Clay Evans comes from the same school of groundbreaking Gospel as the Rev. James Cleveland. In the early '50s, Evans was one of the many musician/preachers adding contemporary pop shadings to once strictly hymnal Gospel. Often backed by church organ and a rousing choir, his energetic arrangements are synonymous with the form and can be enjoyed for their historical value, or as uplifting celebrations of religious belief.

About Rev. Clay Evans

The Rev. Clay Evans comes from the same school of groundbreaking Gospel as the Rev. James Cleveland. In the early '50s, Evans was one of the many musician/preachers adding contemporary pop shadings to once strictly hymnal Gospel. Often backed by church organ and a rousing choir, his energetic arrangements are synonymous with the form and can be enjoyed for their historical value, or as uplifting celebrations of religious belief.

About Rev. Clay Evans

The Rev. Clay Evans comes from the same school of groundbreaking Gospel as the Rev. James Cleveland. In the early '50s, Evans was one of the many musician/preachers adding contemporary pop shadings to once strictly hymnal Gospel. Often backed by church organ and a rousing choir, his energetic arrangements are synonymous with the form and can be enjoyed for their historical value, or as uplifting celebrations of religious belief.