Special Guest - Lucinda Moore
National Gospel Recording Artist
“Many ears are on Lucinda Moore’s new release “Lord, I Hear You!,” states The St. Louis American newspaper. Released on September 17 via her independent label Nalah Music Group powerhouse vocalist, songwriter, and
Stellar Award winning recording artist Lucinda Moore debuted her song in the Top 30 on iTunes Top 200 Christian/Gospel Digital Songs chart. Co-written by Moore and Grammy-nominated musician Cedric Thompson
(Marvin Sapp, Karen Clark Sheard, John P. Kee) who also produced the songit appeared on top tier Gospel music playlists Apple Music Gospel Flow, Pandora's New Gospel Now, Spotify's New Music Friday Christian, AppleMusic's Take Me to Church, YouTube's Hot Gospel Playlist and Pandora’s Women in Gospel. “Lord, I Hear You,” which serves as the lead single from her forthcoming 2022 EP release is the follow-up to her 2018 “Still Alive (ISurvived)” digital single, which earned her a 2019 Stellar Award for Traditional Female Vocalist of the Year. “In 2014, I survived a near-death experience when my heart stopped during emergency spinal surgery,” states Lucinda. She was mandated by her doctor to have surgery, or she would risk being paralyzed. “Once I woke up and the doctors delivered the shocking news to me I immediately was inspired to write songs of testimony!” “Still Alive (I Survived)” and “Walking In My Favor,” her 2017 single which appeared on Billboard’s Hot New Singles Sales chart for eight consecutive weeks, were birthed from that experience. Moore teamed up with Cedric Thompson on both tracks. Lucinda believes her message not only mimics where she is in life today, but for anyone who feels like they may have missed their chance. “You must walk in your blessing with unyielding faith knowing that God will provide right on time.
By the time Lucinda was in her early teenage years, she had begun singing with several local church groups and honing her skill as a vocalist, as well as, being influenced by legends such as; Tramaine Hawkins, The Clark Sisters, Walter Hawkins, and Andrae Crouch, just to name a few. But what should have been one of the most exciting times in her life, turned out to be a moment she would never forget for the rest of her life. During her senior year of high school, Lucinda tragically lost her father in a brutal stabbing. The loss of her father was devastatingly, painful and still affects her to this day. But enduring such a tragic moment at just sixteen years old, also displayed the strength and character of who God was in her life. Two years later, ironically Moore found herself singing in the background for one of her idols she had grown up listening to, renowned gospel singer Tramaine Hawkins. During her five year stint with one of the most popular
Gospel singers in the world, Lucinda learned what it meant to be an artist, what music ministry was all about, and most importantly, developed a deeper and more meaningful relationship with God. Soon thereafter, for several years, Lucinda began traveling and performing with multiple groups, including appearances with; Hezekiah Walker, Carmen, the Gospel Music Workshop of America, and Joe Pace & The Colorado Mass Choir. In 2004, she independently released her first solo recording, entitled Unlimited Praise. By 2005, Lucinda had managed to land a national recording contract with Tyscot Records with the help of industry veteran, Telisa Stinson. Less than a year later in ‘06, Lucinda released her debut self-titled live CD/DVD, which landed in the top 20 on the Billboard Gospel charts and also spawned a big radio hit “Pressure Into Praise.” The success of a popular radio single and chart topping debut, put Lucinda’s already rising career into high gear. Four years later in 2010, Lucinda returned with her highly anticipated second release Blessed, Broken & Given, which landed at #13 on Billboard’s Top Gospel album charts, solidifying Moore as a major player in gospel music. This album would eventually win Lucinda her first Stellar Award in 2011 for Traditional Female Vocalist of The Year.