One of the things I've enjoyed about working on the Christian Music Archive is discovering artists that I was not previously familiar with. Our world is a big place, and many people are making music celebrating the Savior that we may have never heard of. For example, a while back, I stumbled across the music of Noel Robinson. Noel is from Essex, London, England, and is one of the pioneers of the British Gospel Sound. He has released eight records that I'm aware of and was signed in 2014 to Integrity Records.
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Noel Hugh Robinson is a British Christian musician, who primarily plays a traditional black gospel style of gospel music. He grew up in the Church of God of Prophecy in England, following in his father’s footsteps as a musician at his local congregation. As a teenager, Robinson also took on the added role of itinerate musician, serving other congregations that did not have a music program. By his late teens, he had become the music director for the denomination’s London district and eventually would serve as its national music and communications director. Today, Robinson and his wife, Tanya, attend City Gates Christian Center in Ilford, an Elim Pentecostal congregation where Robinson serves as a worship team member. He also leads worship regularly at Kensington Temple in London and at other congregations and events around the world. Last fall, he led worship for the “Empowered21” conference in Jerusalem. Most recently, he led for a Morris Cerullo crusade in California before returning home to England to lead at “Festival of Praise” in Manchester alongside Israel and New Breed.