The Sojourners Biography
When Canadian blues icon Jim Byrnes called Vancouver based gospel singer Marcus Mosely to ask if he could round up a few friends to record some back-up vocals for a new album, no one could have guessed what would happen next. From the moment they began singing, they realized that they had something very special going on.
This is not music that strives to be polite. In The Sojourners’ universe, echoes of doo wop, R&B, country and blues weave together to create a unique sound that has all but vanished from today’s world. This is gospel music that can take a punch and remain standing. The Sojourners sound just as at home in a road house bar as they do in a revival tent.
The Sojourners are a rock solid unit and proof positive that faith can move mountains. But, don’t let that scare you away. Sinner or saved - wherever you are on your own personal journey, you should listen to The Sojourners. You’ll feel better for it.
The Sojourners reviews
“A refreshing alternative to the mainstream gospel market.” Soul Tracks
“Voices which capture the soulful beauty of faith-based music.” Popmatters