Maxine Duncan eager to please Jamaican audience

August 10, 2017
Maxine Duncan

Gospel artiste Maxine Duncan is looking forward to performing for her fans in Jamaica.

The New York-based singer, who has not performed on local soil since 2014, is slated to do three shows in Jamaica this month as a part of her I am Committed to Jesus Faith Tour 2017.

The first show is scheduled to take place at the Faith Assembly Ministry in Mandeville on Saturday, and on August 19, she will perform at the Restoration Ministry in Kingston.

The third concert will take place at the Calvary Evangelistic Church of God in Osbourne Store, Clarendon, on August 26.

"I want the people to come out to these events and receive the message of the Lord as I minister to them through my music. I'm confident that the Holy Ghost is going to show up and show off in a very big way. It will be a life-changing experience," Duncan said.

The charismatic singer was born and raised in Ewarton St Catherine. She launched her recording career in 2000 with the release of her debut album Greatest Love & Friend (Jesus) shortly after migrating to the US.

Since then, she has released five other albums I Am Committed (to Jesus) which was released in 2011, Safe from the Storm (2012), Trust in the Lord (2013), Christmas with Maxine Duncan (2014) and Christian Battalion (2016).

Duncan is known for songs such as Knock out the Devil, Greatest Love and Friend and her most popular single to date, I Am Committed (to Jesus).

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