Francine Jones is one of Gospel music's best-kept secrets. Her vocal range is just inspiring!
Blind virtually since birth, Ms. Jones has been performing since the age of 2 and has been touching many hearts with her brilliant vocals and superior musical arrangements. She has a positive awareness of the spiritual state of the world and conveys the ideas of her songs with a subtle charm that is sure to capture the essence of your spirituality.
Ms. Jones has decided to use her God given talents as a form of ministry bearing witness to the world using her testimonies and life learned lessons. She has performed with the likes of such greats as Kirk Franklin, Kirk Carr, Shirley Ceasar, The Williams Brothers, The Clark Sisters, Vickie Winans, Yolanda Adams, Richard Smallwood, Timothy Wright, Byron Cage, Judy Peterson (Tyler Perry), Ron Kenoly Jr, The Winans, John P Kee and The Georgia Mass Choir. She appeared on the Bobby Jones Gospel Show, where he affectionately dubbed her “Lady Francine”.
Francine has been deemed “the Ambassador of Gospel” by The Florida Announcers Guild and is a former member of the Thompson Community Singers. Under the direction of the “late” Rev. Milton Brunson of Chicago, IL she recorded the selection “You Are Everything”.
Innovative and compelling, she has merged high-powered gospel with a slightly classical touch. She is recording a CD of her own entitled Blessed and Highly Favored© that will completely open your eyes to life's adversities and how anything is possible when God is in the midst. Ms. Jones says, “People have the tendency to think on the things gone awry or the wrong things done to them instead of giving God the praise and accepting there afflictions as such!” Philippians 4:8 explains “Whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, and whatever is admirable— if anything is excellent or praiseworthy — thinks about such things.” For more info: www.candjmusicministries.com / email@example.com or (813) 506-9680
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I play live all across the US
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