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Artist Kene Wayne, And Artist Ellen Hayes Are On Air!

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McKinley Jackson, better known by his stage name Kene Wayne, is an American musician, singer, songwriter, and rapper. He is regarded as one of the most charismatic artists of his times.

Shortly after his mother passed, Kene began to cultivate his love for music, he entered talent shows at his alma mater, West St. Mary High School, where he instantly made a name for himself. ********************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************

ELLEN HAYES

Detroit is known for churning out great soul and R&B singers. Also known as the home of Motown, Detroit is the place for great Gospel talent as well. One of those shining sacred artists in Motor City is Gospel Recording Artist Ellen Hayes. A flat-footed singer that can belt out notes that shake the soul, Hayes has been inspiring believers for decades. The gifted alto epitomizes church with her mastery of traditional Gospel music and contemporary Gospel music. The multi-talented organist, pianist, vocalist, songwriter, choir director and four-time Rhythm of Gospel Nominee is getting ready to shake up the world of Gospel with a long-awaited release, We Owe It All To You.

It was in the church where her love of music began. Her mother, a musician, played for the church and helped with the choir. A gifted pianist and vocalist, the notes that flowed from the piano as her mother played soothed Ellen’s soul. Enamored by the sound of the keys, later, Ellen learned to play by ear, starting with the organ first and then the piano. She had an affinity for jazz, pop and soul, initially, but soon her passion for Gospel music blossomed. 

 

 

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