Kathy Golden | God Heard It

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God Heard It

by Kathy Golden

This song begins moderately slow and stirring and then moves smoothly into a rocking, rolling, swinging beat with both old-fashioned and new-fashioned rhythms that makes you want to move with the music and praise God for all your answered prayers.
Genre: Spiritual: Contemporary Christian
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Kathy Golden, mezzo-soprano singer and songwriter, currently resides in Tampa, Florida. Born in Memphis, Tennessee, she is the daughter of WLOK Radio Station's Gospel Deejay, Mrs. Joan Golden (1937-2007) [aka "The Golden Girl" and "The Precious Young One"]. "God Heard It" is the first one of Kathy's songs that she has recorded. On May 6, 2011, at her request, WLOK played this song as a special dedication to her mother who passed away on July 4, 2007. The cdbaby sound clip is 30 seconds long. To hear the entire song, please visit Kathy's "God Heard It" site listed on her artist page.

This artist also recorded her own version of "Were You There When They Crucified My Lord?" Both the lead and background vocals on this track are performed by Kathy. This song accompanies a YouTube video, which has the same title as the song. See the link to "Were You There?"

Her music is recorded and produced by John "Dash" Dixon in "D" Studio, Tampa, FL.



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