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Jonathan McReynolds Life Room Concert Series- Orlando

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Jonathan McReynolds has been transforming living rooms into life rooms and on August 18th, Orlando’s studio at Calvary Church hosted the Stellar and Grammy nominated, Gospel Soul singer for his Life Room Concert Series.

Those in attendance were looking forward to hearing him live and one man, Louis, flew in from Brooklyn, NY to hear the singer’s authentic and relatable music. Trinity Anderson opened up the show with a song that led others into pure worship and WillMBand engaged the crowd with a medley of Gospel classics and his own originals.

Jonathan’s vision for Life Room music and transforming living rooms into life rooms is to inspire others to make room for God and to remember The One who gave us life.

Orlando Christian Voice was able to sit down with Jonathan after his Life Room Concert in Orlando as he talks about the Orlando show, his vision for Life Room, and inspiration for writing authentic and transparent music. Check out the interview here.

 

 

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