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CJM Music release 'Imagine A World' by Rolinson
A GROUND-BREAKING ministry bringing contemporary music and renewal to
the Roman Catholic Church, CJM Music, has been launched with a
songbook and CD. The ministry CJM Music have just released 'Imagine A
World' by Rolinson, Boyce & Stanley and a songbook Rejoice 'n'
Sing. CJM was started by three experienced Christian music figures.
Chris Rolinson is well known in evangelical circles for being a founder member of Heartbeat, making solo albums - both instrumental and vocal - for Word and Kingsway and for leading worship at Spring Harvest. Now a teacher at Our Lady And St Chad's School in Wolverhampton, Chris was received into the Roman Catholic Church earlier this year.
Jo Boyce was recently featured in the Times newspaper for her work in bringing contemporary music to the Catholic liturgical tradition. She is currently based at Coleshill with the Department Of Religious Education.
Mike Stanley is a well known pop and roots musician who has recorded several albums, worked extensively as a youth evangelist and musician and played the Cross Rhythms Festival. He was also a member of Irish folk bands Drowsy Maggie and Shenanigans. Mike has nearly completed a degree in theology at the Maryvale Institute For Religious Studies.
The 'Imagine A World' album was launched at a Rolinson, Boyce & Stanley concert at the Crescent Theatre, Birmingham on September 22 before a sell-out audience.
BBC Radio 2's award winning Gospel Train are in the US this autumn
recording programmes with major churches and artists. Among the cities
being visited are Los Angeles, Detroit, Chicago, \New York and New
Jersey. Transmission of the first programme begins in October.
- A major feature on Gospel Train will appear in the next Cross Rhythms.