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Janet Paschal is listed in the credits for the following albums:
Janet Paschal (born October 18, 1956 in Reidsville, North Carolina) is a Contemporary Christian and southern gospel vocalist and performer, often associated with Bill Gaither's Homecoming events.
Janet Paschal joined the LeFevres in the mid-1970s, first appearing on the 1975 recording titled Experience...The LeFevres. She made the name change transition (from the LeFevres to the Rex Nelon Singers) with the group after Eva Mae LeFevre’s departure in 1977. The group released a recording called Feelings in 1979 and saw their single ”Come Morning” hit the number one position on the Singing News chart for the months of June, August, and October in 1980. Another popular tune that featured Paschal with the Nelons was “We Shall Wear A Robe And Crown” from the 1980 Expressions Of Love release.
After leaving the Nelons in the early 1980s, Paschal ultimately embarked on a solo career. Her initial solo release was on the Shiloh label in 1986, titled I Give You Jesus. By 2004, she had added ten more releases to her solo discography. Paschal’s success as a soloist came in the Inspirational market. “God Will Make A Way,” “Another Soldier’s Coming Home,” and “Written In Red” are just of few of the songs for which Paschal is well known. Seven of her singles have reached the Top Ten on the Inspirational chart, including the 1990 number one hit, “Take These Burdens.”