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Thursday 23rd June 2005

New group A7 have national debut with self-titled album.

AMERICAN urban gospel group A7 have their national debut released in the States on Triple A Entertainment. The self-titled project is described by Christian Retailing as "expousing a mostly urban R&B vibe with a variety of sounds and a message of inspiration and hope." The six brothers in A7 gained attention after their performances at President Bush's inauguration receptions and appearances on several TV networks.

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Posted by LaToya Picou in Columbus, Ga @ 13:40 on Feb 27 2009

The first time I actually saw or heard of the group A7 was last night. I had fallen asleep with the television on and the song Don't Walk Away actually woke me up. I heard it in my sleep and had to wake up. I saw that I had fallen asleep and The 700 Club was on. It was such a beautiful song. I didn't even know the name of the group, but I spent 3 hours online trying to find info about who this was on The 700 Club. I finally found it and researched this group until I came to this site. I just wanted to say I love the music. Great job, God bless.

Posted by Kelvin Anderson in Springfield, MA @ 15:21 on Aug 24 2005

I am very proud of the group A7, I have very much been inspired by their press toward success. both spiritualy and acadimicly. I just want to thank you guys for keeping the standard of holyness, because this world needs it. I hope in the near future if God wills', we could work together in tearing down the devils kingdom through preaching, and singing the gospal by the wisdom, power, and anointing that God gives us in the name of Jesus Christ oue lord. I am now writing songs and working towords my first recording. thanks "Drake"

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