Award Winning Vocalist ROBERT E. PERSON Releases Inspirational Jazz Single “Come Sunday” Featuring Pianist Allyn Johnson

An intense feeling of deep affection and personal attachment for another person…that’s Love.  An even greater love is the Love of Christ.  HIS love is a gentle continuous flowing river of compassion, deep affection and concern, and it is because of His Love and attachment to us that we can love one another.  Robert E. Person’s desire is to share this message with an all new musical installment focused on the divine love of God.

Multi-award winning inspirational jazz vocalist Robert E. Person is releasing an Inspirational Jazz single “COME SUNDAY” from his fourth indie album LOVE DIVINE. Robert’s remake of “COME SUNDAY”, the classic Duke Ellington spiritual movement of his extended piece “Black, Brown & Beige”, features Allyn Johnson on piano.


LOVE DIVINE is a magnificently orchestrated and divinely written project that also includes a special remake of the hit “I Really Love You”, written by one of Gospel music’s favorite songwriters Dr. Norman Hutchins, and Robert’s first Gospel radio single “Testify” written by Ayesha Daniels.  Robert adds another duet to this collection with former Richard Smallwood singer Dottie Jones on the Broadway musical hit “Somewhere”.  LOVE DIVINE is arranged and produced by Robert and extraordinary Jazz pianist and friend Allyn Johnson.

Robert has garnered a number of accolades for his vocal and musical prowess: The Gospel Blue M.I.C. Achievement Award – Artist of The Year, The Newsome Music Award – Male Vocalist of The Year and The DMV Christian Music Award for Gospel Jazz Artist of the Year.   Robert has recently been nominated for a2015 Outstanding Emerging Artist for The 30th Annual Mayor’s Arts Awards in Washington, DC. The Mayor’s Arts Awards are the most prestigious honors conferred by the city on individual artists, teachers, nonprofit organizations and patrons of the arts.

LOVE DIVINE is available on all digital music outlets and available in stores across the country.