Jerald Bailey | Hold On

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Hold On

by Jerald Bailey

Jerald Bailey style is traditional/contemporary he loves bridging the two together.
Genre: Spiritual: Contemporary Gospel
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Jerald Bailey is a native of Memphis, Tn., he is the husband of Joyce Bailey, to this union they share six wonderful children and five awesome grandchildren. Jerald is a duly consecrated Bishop in the Lord’s Church, where he has served as senior pastor of Restoration Outreach Ministries-Memphis for twenty years. Jerald credits his gifting and calling to God and attributes his singing style to both of his late parents Barbara Ann Bailey and Gospel Joe Ben Williams who were both recording artist.

Jerald is no stranger to the music industry twenty-nine years ago he founded the Orange Mound Community Choir with his Brother Timothy Bailey and childhood friend Michael Raiford as Co-founders. The Orange Mound Community Choir went on to record five projects. Jerald would later go on to record a solo project as he wedded his wife and stepped into pastoralship. Jerald’s first love is preaching the Gospel of Jesus Christ and second is singing, for Jerald singing is therapeutic. It’s been 10yrs. Since Jerald has last released music, in the summer of 2009 he released his single entitled “I’ll Encourage Myself”. For many years Jerald has been focused on family and ministry and haven’t had much time to devote to music, but hopes that the releasing of his new single “Hold On” creates a buzz that will open opportunity to minister more through music.



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Natasha Halmon

Hold On
Yes God way to go Bishop congratulations