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Jeff Majors

Sep 23, 2018

Inspirational Jazz Harpist - Ticket includes CD

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"A True Gift from The Heavens with a Sound for Our Times" — Dr. Maya Angelou

Jeff Majors, “…energizes my faith and transports my spirit. For me, it is the best way to start my day.” — Oprah Winfrey

A Washington, D.C. native, Jeff Majors studied under the wings of jazz pianist and harpist Alice Coltrane, wife of jazz legend John Coltrane and legendary jazz harpist Dorothy Ashby.

Upon his return to D.C. he formed several jazz bands and became a radio personality at Radio One, as the Vice President of gospel music programming for the Radio One network, and the host of “Sunday Joy,” the semi syndicated inspirational and gospel on-air ministry that can be heard on Magic 95.9 and 102.3 in the Washington DC, Maryland and Virginia area.

Hailed as an inspirational jazz / gospel producer and renowned harp master Jeff Majors has touched the hearts of millions through his television program, TV One’s “Gospel of Music with Jeff Majors,” and his faith-affirming, soul-stirring Sacred series.

After being welcomed to perform on her talk show, media mogul Oprah Winfrey stated that the music of Jeff Majors, “…energizes my faith and transports my spirit. For me, it is the best way to start my day.” And when he was hand-picked by the Martin Luther King Family to perform at Coretta Scott King’s memorial service, Jeff Majors demonstrated that his music could console a nation.

Today, he appears in more than 40 million homes through “The Gospel of Music with Jeff Majors,” the flagship program on TV One. The hit show provides a venue for diverse well-known and emerging talent, and has showcased some of the biggest names in the industry, including James Ingram, Mavis Staples, Shirley Caesar, Yolanda Adams and Gerald Levert in his last television appearance.

The current project is the Jeff Majors Sacred series of the “Epistles,” which includes for the first time ever a DVD of some of the most memorable performances of Jeff Majors on the Harp. Thanks to the popular success of the series, the release is eagerly anticipated within the industry of inspirational/Jazz music and by fans alike. It is projected to meet the expectations set by his acclaimed Sacred 2000, of which Billboard said: “One listen will make believers out of even stone-cold cynics.”

He is an ardent activist for the nation’s homeless through his non-profit organization “The Network of Doves.”, his annual “Jeff Majors Blankets for the Homeless” and the newly established “Hiphop for the Homeless,” where he has collaborated with some of today’s emerging artist and youth in the inner cities drive awareness of and help homeless communities around the country.