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JR Edwards's Biography

Intercession is the newest project out by 29 year old musician, music producer and songwriter JR Edwards. JR began getting serious about music at the age of 9. Throughout his career, JR has been playing with artists including Shirley Murdock, Dorinda Clark Cole, Judith Christe McAllister, Tonya Baker, Israel Houghton, Shelia E., Hezekiah Walker and John P. Kee. JR was also a featured musician on several different "Colors of Christmas" programs, featuring such artists as Roberta Flack, Phillip Bailey, Stephanie Mills, and Jeffery Osbourne. JR is currently the Musician Director at the Bible Way Church in Columbus, Ohio where Bishop William C. Latta serves as the Pastor. "Playing for Bible Way and many different projects for other groups allows me to get a heads-up on the infrastructure of the music industry." JR serves as the Chief Musician for the ministries of Apostle Patrick J. Brown and The Father's Heart International Church as well as The Empowerment Worship Center under the pastoral ship of Charles Robinson Jr. "Most people tell me that I have a different style of playing, whether it is drums, piano, or organ. I just pray that God continues to bless me with other opportunities."





JR's passion for difficult styles of music has allowed him to write and produce for Elder Jimmy Mitchell and Jimmy Mitchell's Drum Institute and the Greater Christ Temple Youth Choir's project, where JR has written the title cut "Grateful." JR served as the music director for Erik Dillard Ministries, and he is featured on the song "One Word" and on upcoming artist Erik Dillard's project titled Great Things. JR is now the lead producer for upcoming record company Shortfuse Records spearheaded by Sean Harper.





Since JR's release project, he has helped produced upcoming artists and groups such as Camille Betton, Victoria Dunn, New Season and Men Of God's Heart. Currently, JR has launched his own production company called Davdical Productions, which specializes in music production through weddings, worship services, and CD projects.



JR Edwards