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  • KTSU Choice Artist of the Month: Chante’ Moore

    KTSU Choice Artist of the Month: Chante’ Moore

    Chante Moore was born on February 17, 1967 in San Francisco, California as Chante’ Torraine Moore. She is an American born R&B and jazz singer. Born to a gospel minister, she grew up singing in the church and was heavily influenced by the music of George Duke and Lee Ritenour. While in high school, she […]

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    | October 10, 2014 | 0 Comments

Jonathan McReynolds Stops By KTSU and Talks New Album with Rev. Charles Hudson

| October 10, 2012 | 0 Comments

 

 

Instead of partaking in “worldly” activities that most youth love participating in, 22 year old Jonathan McReyonolds enjoys saving the souls of the misguided youth through his gift of music.

His latest album “Life Music” which includes the single “I Love You” debuted at #3 on Billboard Gospel Charts and made the Billboard 200 coming in at #98.

Growing up on the south side of Chicago, McReyonolds attended New Original Church of God in Christ where he did not have the desire to sing; instead he was exposed to a variety of musical instruments including the drums and the organ. He realized his passion for music during his high school career after being involved in various organizations that allowed him to become more familiar with music. Later on he met with and joined a group of 5 guys called “Mind of Matter.”

The pastor and popular local radio personality John Hannah heard an album that was recorded by McReyonolds as a present to his family and   played his music on 1390AM which began the start of his solo career. “I am able to turn my full attention to representing and following Christ, doing the work of the Kingdom and making good, transparent music.” Jonathan McReyonolds

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