Have you ever found yourself having a really bad day, and as soon as you turned on your favorite music, all the weights of the day seemed to melt into nothingness? There is an old saying that music has healing powers, and I know this to be true. Within the chords and notes, the highs and lows and in-betweens, stress seems to fade away, especially if that music is soothing, the likes of gospel and jazz.

Allow yourself to explore the websites of a few of my favorite online music stops. Just click on any of the icons to link directly to the site. You can also click on any of the artist names below to check out their websites. These are but a few of my favorites, and depending on what type of mood you’re in, you’ll likely find something that ministers to your spirit, as well as something to just sing to. There are even links for places to purchase instruments and other musician tools. Enjoy!

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Artist

Genre or Comments

Fred Hammond

Gospel—my absolute favorite!

Jonathan Butler

Gospel—incredible voice; my second favorite

Shekinah Glory Ministry

Extreme anointing. The DVD is outstanding!

Smokie Norful

Gospel

Take 6

Contemporary Christian a capella jazz

Debra Killings

Gospel, beautiful voice. I use her music for vocal training.

Ben Tankard

A true “piano prophet”. One listen and you’ll be hooked.

Israel & New Breed

Gospel, praise and worship experience

J. Moss

Gospel, but very contemporary. Youth can relate, too!

Kierra “Kiki” Sheard

Young gospel artist, but she’s extremely gifted

Anita Baker (no web site available)

What can I say? She’s been my favorite for YEARS, and listening to her music helped inspire me to sing.

Candy Dulfur

She’s one of the best sax players out there!

Boney James

One of my all time favorite jazz artists

Michael Buble

Pronounced “boo-BLAY”. Smooth standards, award-winning

Angelo Luster

Friend of the family, plays a mean sax!

Saundra Silliman

My sister and experienced jazz vocalist

David Silliman

My brother in law—great percussionist

John Legend

Sultry voice, very unique. Some songs have great messages.

Marvin Sapp

Gifted, uplifting and beautiful Gospel artist

Joshua Redman

Perfect jazz for sitting in front of the fireplace on a rainy day

Yolanda Adams

Beautiful voice, versatile and inspiring