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Summer Pearson: Rising artist shares ‘Love Letters’ from her heart (Interview)

Summer Pearson, a Contemporary Christian Soul artist is on the rise. In fact, she is so much on the rise, she is already known just by her first name. Her debut album, Love Letters dropped last year. The album contains eight songs that speak about how God helped her through challenge after challenge. Since the album’s release, the former attorney has been riding a tide of popularity and high-profile appearances.

Summer Pearson at ECMA

Summer Pearson performing at ECMA (Photo credit: Vanessa Manago)

It’s not easy breaking onto the scene as an independent artist, but somehow Summer has managed to do just that. Perhaps it’s her angelic vocals that seem so rich and pure. It may also be the fact that she commands the stage when she sings like a seasoned pro, connecting with the audience. Or could it be like songs like her lead single, “Promised (Never Alone)” seems so authentic in its lyrics and are conveyed through her passionately delivery. No doubt, it’s all these things that have put Summer on the fast track.

Her efforts and artistry have not gone unnoticed. Summer won the The Newsome Awards for Female Vocalist of the Year and made it to the initial ballot for the Dove Awards. In July, she gave a riveting performance at the Independent Gospel Artists Alliance (IGAA). Adding to her presence in the industry, Summer became a member of the Stellar Award nominated ensemble, Charles Butler & Trinity.

Love Letters is available on iTunes, Google Play, Amazon, CD Baby, and all other digital media. For more on Summer, visit www.summersofficialpage.com

Summer sat down for a chat with PositivelyGospel.com during the ECMA Concert Gala. She shared about Love Letters, her love for God and more.  Click here to watch the  interview.

 

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