SounDoctrine Hot Points:
*Music Featured Regularly on The Weather Channel
* Consecutive Appearances on Baltimore’s 104.3FM “Smooth Jazz Brunch”
* 2006 Capital Jazz Fest Finalist
* Album ENDURANCE Rated #3 Best Jazz/Funk Album OF 2006 by Soul Patrol
* Multiple Feature on Cleveland TV “FOX 8 In The Morning”
* 2004 Hollywood Black Film Fest Finalist * 2004 Nominee - Best Jazz Artist - American Gosple Music Awards * 2003 MEIC Official Showcase Artist
* 2003 Award Soul Patrol - New Soul Album Of The Year (Perseverance)
* 2003 Campus Crusade For Christ Theme Song Yoyo
* Multiple Airplay: The Joe Kelley Show, New Artist Radio, On The Horizon, Ison Radio, Gospel Jazzations, Smooth Soul Online, Tom Pope Show, iTunes, Music Net, Napster, etc.
* Performances with Spyro Gyra, David Benoit,Ohio Players, Felton Pilate, Atlantic Starr, Ready For The World, Freddy Jackson, Bobby Blue Bland, Foley, Kirk Whalum
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Soundoctrine - Source
Those who are not aware of Soundoctrine’s background can be forgiven not knowing this Ohio based outfit performs with Christ at the center and the source of all they do. I don’t know if it would be accurate to call them a Christian band – although I doubt that the members would have a problem with that description. Clearly, the group had their spiritual profession in mind when they titled their latest album Source.
If there is any lingering confusion about where Soundoctrine falls in relation to other instrumental acts whose work is informed by their faith, it may be due to the fact that Soundoctrine has been an instrumental group for the better part of a decade after starting out as a band that – Incognito style – employed a revolving roster of vocalists including the likes of Marlon Saunders and Nadir