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About the Artists


Steve Darmody is one of Gospel Music's finest voices.  After earning his M.Div. at Andrews, his music ministry blossomed into the creation of the Morning Song Music Group (MSMG), a business that has blessed hearts and ears through the fostering of Christian music and artists.  His ministry operates an online CD eStore, an internet radio station, a record label, a concert booking and tour management company (www.msconcerts.org) and more. 

Steve tours internationally and has performs over 2,500 concerts and appearances.  Steve has been heard in many venues, with highlights including: Carnegie Hall, The Crystal Catherdral, The 1996 Atlanta Olympics, Warsaw’s National Philharmonic Hall and most recently he was invited to perform a concert inside the Pentagon and for the US Senate. He appears on television networks like TBN, DayStar, Crossroads, Cornerstone and, of course, 3ABN, The Hope Channel and more. Many of you have seen him on all the FAMILY REUNION Videos.

Steve Darmody has been inspiring audiences since 1980. His 'milk chocoate', award-winning baritone voice has been compared to that of Bing Crosby and Pat Boone.  His seven CDs have become a staple in Christian radio stations everywhere. Steve's former ministry as a Pastor gives him the perfect blend of approachability and purpose when onstage. His work of imbuing his music with the message of the gospel is his highest priority.  www.SteveDarmody.org



Jennifer LaMountain's voice has touched thousands in her 10 years of professional music ministry. Beginning at age three, she sang with her sisters for their hometown church in Tennessee. Now this former opera performer sings regularly on religious television and international satellite programming. The five inspirational CDs featuring Jennifer’s natural soprano voice remain favorites of Christian radio stations across the nation. And the stages on which she sings have changed, too. While still appearing in small-town churches, she has found herself in such major venues as the Crystal Cathedral, Manhattan Center and St. Louis Busch Stadium. www.JenniferLaMountain.org