Music Notes

Cheryl McWhorter will be appearing November 11 at the “Dressed Up But Messed Up Symposium/A Conversation about Abuse” at Hope Everlasting Ministry in Trussville. She is also performing December 15 at the Perfect Note Jazz Restaurant in Hoover.

Birmingham gospel recording artist, Cheryl McWhorter, recently released her new single titled “No More.” The single was co-produced by Birmingham composer, Lincoln Byron Morgan Thomas and is meant to bring consciousness to the problem of domestic violence.  A percentage of the proceeds from the single will be donated to safehouses across the country. In addition to being a gospel singer, McWhorter is a survivor of spousal abuse and the founder of No More, a ministry to victims of domestic violence. McWhorter is known for blending Christian melodies with smooth contemporary sounds of jazz, traditional gospel, and a sampling of neo-soul. She got her musical start early. Her father, a pastor would frequently call her up to sing before and after his sermons when she was only seven years old. Her mother, lead singer of an a cappella gospel group would have her to fill-in when one of the group’s members could not attend an event. Soon she was singing everywhere she could; at church and in local talent competitions, a pattern that continued all the way through high school. She completed her 11-track debut album, Cheryl McWhorter: My Story My Song, in 2016. Learn more at www.cherylmcwhorter.com

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