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Newworldson

A Canadian gospel quartet, Newworldson were formed in the waning many years of the first 10 years from the 21st hundred years, and within a short while found themselves being successful awards and using a number of the genre’s titans. Acquiring musical cues from such luminaries as Jamie Cullum, Stevie Question, Ray Charles, and Spencer Davis, Newworldson released their initial record in 2007. Entitled Root base Revolution, the record as well as the band’s exclusive sound gained the band honours (Greatest New Musician and Root base/Folk Record of the entire year on the Gospel Music Honours in Canada) and — moreover — an starting slot machine of Christian music giants Newsboys on that group’s 2007-2008 tour. Further very good news for vocalist Joel Parisien, guitarist Josh Toal, bassist Full Moore, and drummer Tag Rogers emerged in 2008, as the music group was nominated for the 2008 Juno for Greatest Christian/Gospel Record of the entire year.

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