Last year founder Greg Lyons announced that he’s expanding his business from talent management into being a full fledged label that already includes Gospel star Alexis Spight.
Lyon’s made the announcement on Facebook saying, “Sometimes we have to just sit down, be still, be quiet, and let God do what he does. I’m still in amazement how God orchestrated this union with Zebulon Ellis.”
Lyon’s client roster also includes Niyoki, Half Mile Home among others.
ABOUT ZEBULON ELLIS:
BET’s popular program Sunday’s Best introduced the world to one of gospel music’s brightest new recording artist, Zebulon Ellis. He captivated judges and audiences alike with his powerful and soulful vocals, making it to the final four in the competition. The newest artist on the successful independent gospel label Flow Records, he is set to make a huge impact on the world through his music.
A graduate of the Tri-Cities High School for Performing & Visual Arts and a Morehouse College Alumni, his achievements to date have been impressive. He has worked with some of today’s top award winning gospel artists and producers such as Shirley Caesar, Byron Cage, Fred Hammond, Myron Williams, and PJ Morton, along with mainstream superstars Ruben Studdard, and Beyonce Knowles.
A member of both the Screen Actors Guild and the Gospel Music Workshop of America, this talented vocalist formed a singing group that appeared in the motion picture The Fighting Temptations, and sang in the Rainforest Film Production, The Gospel. His musical talents were also recognized at the Antioch Baptist Church North where he was praise and worship leader along with co-director of their five choirs.
In Hebrew the name Zebulon means: to give honor to, dwell in. these meanings truly describe the soulfully-melodic voice of Zebulon Ellis. From the timbre of his tenor vocals to the angelic acoustics of his soprano falsetto it becomes obvious to all that listen; Ellis honors his gift and his God with every soothing psalm that he sings.
“Music is a tool GOD in HIS Eminent Power uses to mend hearts, change minds, redirect lives, heal relationships, and restore love and peace to all.” Zebulon Ellis