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E Dewey Smith God Period New EP
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Renowned faith-leader, author, and pastor E. Dewey Smith, releases his first solo EP “God Period,” today under his new record label, Pebble Street Records.

The prolific teacher and Atlanta-based Senior Pastor release an amazing project that presents a diversity of genres and captures the multifaceted musical approach of Smith. This project is focused on offering reverential adoration to God and showcases Smith’s deep, resonant vocals and establishes him as a bonafide contemporary Gospel artist.

“The pandemic has brought much grief, anxiety, division, fear and uncertainty in the world,” said Smith. “I have a deep conviction that even in the most difficult of times, we can be refreshed, renewed and rejuvenated by reflecting on the essence of God. I sense that many people are desirous of encountering and experiencing God in a sincere way. This project will be a tremendous catalyst for those with that pursuit. We are still alive and blessed which is solely due to “God Period”!

A long time musician and ardent supporter of Gospel music, Smith has regularly given gospel artists and worship leaders from across the country a platform at The House of Hope, and he is now excited to share his own music ministry. “God Period” is the first EP to be released under the recently established Pebble Street Records, which will be home to his forthcoming debut album and future projects from the House of Hope music family. Based in Atlanta, Smith continues to build his multi-media brand that includes film, television, content production, books, and music.

“I am deeply excited to launch my label Pebble Street Records,” Smith said. “It is the fulfillment of a lifelong dream, an opportunity to pay tribute to my musical roots and also to allow other gifted people to produce music! God gets the glory.”

“God Period” is available now on all digital platforms & physical CDs can be purchased at edeweysmith.org

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