A Conversation with Choir Director of Mav City Music Jason McGee
Choirs have and will always be an essential part of worship.
You can look at a choir and find you in it.
There is a power communicated in a diverse choir that spans everything.
– Bishop Wright
In this episode, Bishop Wright has a conversation with Jason McGee, Choir Director of Maverick City Music. In it, they discuss the origin of choirs, the diversity choirs represent, and why Jason said yes to being a part of Imagine Worship in NYC on Oct 3 with Presiding Bishop Michael Curry. Listen in for the full conversation.
Jason McGee & The Choir, established in 2015, have become affectionately known as “the choir for hire.” They’ve worked with music icons Madonna, Cyndi Lauper, John Legend, Raphael Sadiq, Logic, and David Foster, just to name a few. They’ve recorded songs for Usher, Gospel superstar Erica Campbell, UK rock band The 1975, Christian artist Matthew Redman, and The Fray’s lead singer Joe King. They can be heard on the movie soundtrack for Birth of a Nation and seen on television shows such as David Tutera’s CELEBrations, CBS’ Pure Genius, and Hallmark’s Home & Family.
In 2016, Jason McGee & The Choir signed with legendary producer Warryn Campbell and his record label MyBlock Inc. They’ve since released hit singles like “Promises,” which was named by Billboard as one of the top added Gospel songs to radio in 2018, along with “Never Let You Go,” and “It’s Not Over.”
Jason McGee & The Choir continue to spread their message of God’s love through music, fashion, and performance. They seek out any opportunity to take that message far beyond the church walls and have become leaders in Gospel and trend setters among choirs. They are grateful for any and all opportunities and have purposed to be “medicine to the spiritually sick.”