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Earnest Pugh’s Album “Survive” Out Friday! Album Release Party in Richmond, VA



Gospel music powerhouse, Earnest Pugh, will release his ninth album, Survive (P-Man Music/Blacksmoke), this Friday, October 27th.  Pre-Order by clicking here.

The riveting title track is making its way up the music charts and onto playlists at radio stations across the country.  Pugh kicks off the campaign with an album release concert taking place Wednesday, October 25th at the Village of Faith Church of Richmond (11000 Hull Street, Midlothian, VA 23111).

The big event starts at 7 PM and features appearances from North Carolina songbird Ruth La’Ontra, pulsating choir leader Earl Bynum, The Virginia State University’s Gospel Choir, James Johnson, and Nikki Ross who has sung with everyone from Kirk Franklin to Israel Haughton. There’s a 5 PM meet and greet followed by 6 PM red carpet arrival hosted by Michelle Cape-Taylor. Stellar Award winning choirmaster Lonnie Hunter will host the free admission program with Richmond’s Praise 104.7 FM Program Director, Reggie Baker.

Michael Bereal, who produced Pugh’s prior No. 1 Billboard chart smashes “I Need Your Glory” and “Rain On Us,” returns to produce, “Survive.” The soul-stirring track is currently one of the most added songs at gospel radio and gaining momentum. “I’m exited about this new project,” Pugh adds. “I think this is some of my best work yet and I can’t wait to share it with the world.”

View Pugh’s “Survive” lyric video:

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