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Jerard & Jovaun Release Debut EP: WHAT A BEAUTIFUL NAME

Uplifting husband and wife team, Jerard & Jovaun, bring their unique blend and harmonies to all-new digital EP,WHAT A BEAUTIFUL NAME, available today.
The on-the-rise duo, made famous by their performance videos on social media, embody the growing sound of Gospel music that leans into classic worship songs while presenting it with a modern gospel flair. WHAT A BEAUTIFUL NAME is a 5-track digital EP showcasing the couple’s beautiful harmony. Jerard & Jovaun offer renditions of hymns and beloved worship songs.
Among the gems found on the project are the title track “What A Beautiful Name,” the prolific worship song “Oceans (Where Feet May Fail),” and the popular anthem “Great Are You, Lord.”
Jerard & Jovaun shared an all-new acoustic video of “Great Are You Lord”today on their social channels. The duo will also perform their project’s title track this Monday, March 18 on GOOD DAY on KDFW in Dallas.

Currently worship leaders at the multi-cultural Bethesda Community Church (Ft. Worth, TX), Jerard & Jovaun first made names for themselves as go-to background and session singers for over two decades, working with industry heavyweights like BeBe and CeCe Winans, Natalie Grant, Donnie McClurkin, Michael W. Smith, and Yolanda Adams.
WHAT A BEAUTIFUL NAME is available now on all digital platforms.
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